Hi, Here's some photos of our new coop. The inside does not have a 'ceiling'...it is open to the metal roof/rafters. Do you think more needs to be done to keep it 'warmer' in the winter? It can get very cold here with wind chills minus 30 plus during the worst winter months. I realize they need fresh air, but no drafts, and this will be our first winter with this coop. I plan to put a few pieces of plywood over the roost area and where the meat king pet lies...as like a 'false low ceiling'. (Please note: There will be a better roost installed for the two laying hens), As much as I'd like to put heat lamps in there...sources say to NOT do this for many reasons...so I will stay away from them. Thanks folks for your thoughts.