My jersey giant baby chicks are 2 weeks and a half and boy are they growing! They already look crowded and I am using the largest size plastic bin I have found in stores. Today already two chicks seemed like they were going to pick a fight (I suspect they are two roos) and wondering if it can be an issue of space. Anyhow, I would love to keep them in my sunny room as we live in Arizona and it's nice and warm and we can interact with them more. The space will be lined up with puppy pads covered with wood shavings/pine pellets. Now, here's the problem: there are times of the day when the temperatures there can get as high as 91 and I worry that that may be too much. I can always pop two windows open if needed though. In the evening it gets quite cool and they will need their heat lamp on. So was wondering if the temperatures get as high as 91 degrees, and despite the window being open, it still stays too warm, can that be dangerous to the chicks? Consider that once sent out free range in our land, temperatures are going to be pretty much the same if not more as we get closer to the summer. Any options other than opening windows if it gets too hot? Will turning on an A/C window unit or a fan be a problem, if worse comes to worse?