I am planning a metal roof directly over the rafters in my coop. A couple years ago I had a pole barn built at my house and they used a thin insulation, it looks like bubble wrap that is a silver color on one side, white on the other. They put it down on top of my trusses and the metal was screwed onto it. I was told this keeps the metal from "sweating" and will keep moisture from dripping down into the barn. My coop is going to be 6x8 foot. Would it be a good idea or a bad idea to use some of this stuff under the roof of my coop? Curious if those of you with metal roofs have any type of insulation or not? I figured since the coop is not heated it might not be as prone to sweating as a heated building would that was really warm inside and cold on the outside, or visa versa in the summer. I have a half roll of the stuff left so it won't cost me anything to add it to the coop.