Before the snow and cold start up again I'm in some much needed help/advice. This past summer I had a nice 10x8 coop built. It currently has two smallish windows on either side of the main door to enter the coop. I have it decided off so my 9 bigger girls and 3 ducks are one one side and silkies are on the other side. There are two chicken doors. The back half of the coop has a covered run and the one side has a covered run. Now to my issue... The darn roof inside the coop constantly has moisture!!!!!! As we all know excessive moisture in the coop is not good, at all. I have tried spray foaming areas that were adding to the problem, added extra ventilation, opened the coop windows during nice days! Nothing helps. I recently bought a couple cans of flex seal to spray the seams, but my brother says that because it's a metal roof it's not going to help. I am tempted to spray flex seal on the whole inside of the roof then put up that foam insulation. Does anyone else have a metal roof coop that can advise me what to do before the snow and frost hit again? The roof is literally dripping all over inside!! Thanks for any suggestions. I will add pictures tomorrow.