My entire coop frame was made from a deck we took off our house. The inside is finished with carsiding on the walls and beadboard on the ceiling. The outside is (brain fart) the cement composite siding. Entire coop design was DH's and he built it with the help of some very good friends. I am so lucky. Little did they know that the chickens would stay and their plans to put wheels on it and use it as a icehouse would never happen My husband only commented on the cost once when I figured out how much our meat birds cost and he said did you include the cost of the coop? I asked how much the fish he caught cost with his boats, lures, poles and ect. figured in. I got a smile and he said that was really a good one. So we are both happy with our hobbies. Just need to add shutters and hayracks on the front and I am done for now. The coop was built four years ago and I am still moving things around. I added shelves this year and for sure dropping boards. Oh and you can just see it on the side that is an old feeder from my neighbor growing up Mrs. Binger. Yeah I felt like I won the lottery getting that. I just want to cut the legs a little shorter but I need to find something to cut angle iron.