I am looking forward to the warmer weather as well. Our coop we actually had bought from a shed seller. He said he had just started making coops. Now that we've had it for the winter we definitely see where improvements could be made. The main door into the coop area has a door that overlaps the inside, so when there is snow it catches the snow and pushes it up against the bottom so the door won't close unless you get all the snow off the overlap There was no vents put in except a large one directly behind the roosts. Great in the summer, but not useable in the winter. We wrapped plastic around the attached run so we don't get drafts. I am able to at least leave that their pop door open for some ventilation. It wasn't insulated so we insulated it which I am sure helps a lot. We added a 10x10 dog pen to the outside of the attached run. They will go out there as long as it is shovelled. We added an additional 10x10 and 10x20 pen at the end of the summer. But those ones are currently full of 4 feet of snow The poop hammock has been fabulous! Cleaning the coop takes minutes Here's a better picture of what the coop looks like without the snow.