Sorry for what is probably a bunch of stupid questions but I've been looking on this website for some pictures of what the interior layout of a chicken coop should look like & I can't find them. I know the answers are probably in here somewhere but I'll admit that I'm not what anyone would call a computer genius. My wife & I only want 3 hens so we're figuring a 4' wide X 4' deep X 4' high coop is good going by the 4 square feet per hen advice that I've read here. What I've kind of settled on in my mind is that the coop will also be 2 foot up off of the ground so really it'll be 6 feet high. We've never built a chicken coop before and would greatly appreciate some pictures of what goes where inside the coop. Where do the roosts go in relation to the nesting boxes? How high up should I place the roosts? I'm planning on a wire floor (is that OK?) with a tray underneath that slides out to clean the poop. How high should the nesting boxes be? I'm planning on the guilllotine windows that I see here in photos and also running a light to the coop. Since we live in Georgia, it seems that ventilation is a big concern with the heat we have to I'm also planning on a temperature-tripped ventilation fan on top of the coop. Any photos of the inside of chicken coops about the size I've mentioned above would be greatly appreciated. One last thing...what is the thinking on using treated lumber for building a coop? Thank y'all in advance.