My DH is getting really frustrated with this DIY project. We are trying to convert our shed into a coop. He cut a window in the front door and hinged it so we can shut it but it doesn't hang right. I'm new here so I hope I get the pictures posted right. We're going to put a screen on it. But it just sticks out like a sore thumb and it'll catch rain water and rot. Do we need to build an overhang on top of the window or re-do the window hinge? Also the nesting boxes are way too high I think. I'm 5'5" and they come to my chest. I really don't want a mad hen staring me in the face. My daughter's only 2 but one of these days I'd like her to gather the eggs too and she won't be able to reach it. I don't think the hens will be able to reach it either. What do you all think? The nesting boxes look like a shelf in the upper left hand corner and the pole he built is on the right. We still haven't cleaned all the junk out of the building yet. Here is more of the window. And this is the door to the run on the opposite side. What is the easiest way to make everything function and if the boxes will work, can we put another roost under them? We have 16 baby chicks in the house right now. He made 12 nesting boxes. For now we just want them for laying but maybe in the future we might raise some to eat. Thanks for your help.