Still in the design phase of our coop - hope to start on it this week - trying to finalize the plans. I have 2 recycled dual paned vinyl windows I am going to use in the coop. Coop is 8' x 4'. Back of coop is 4' and front is 5'. Windows are 30" x 50". My plan is to put a window in each long wall. Both walls will have the window opening sideways. Back window faces north and is protected by a 6 ft wood fence. Front wall faces south and is the actual front of the coop facing the yard. I can turn the front window upright and have it open up and down but then part of the window will be below the pine shavings for the DLM. The window on back wall has to go sideways (due to height of wall). Which way would you turn the front window or does it matter? I have some left over window tinting - do you think I can use it on the windows or will the reflective nature confuse the chickens? I would have the reflective part facing outward. many thanks!