I know there are varying opinions about insulating chicken coops, but I have decided to insulate at least the floor and the roof of my coop. The floor to keep it warmer for them in the winter and the roof to keep it cooler for them in the summer. The insulation I plan on using is a reflective insulation It reflects radiant heat. Probably the best known brand is Reflectix. (http://www.reflectixinc.com/) It reflects radient energy away from or back into depending on how you install it.. It is sold in Lowe's and Home Depot and the price is quite reasonable. It looks relatively easy to work with and has many redeemable qualities such as: • Reflects 94% + of radiant energy (Reflective/Bubble Reflective Insulation) • Reflects 95% of radiant energy (Reflective/Fabric Radiant Barrier) • Easy to install • Fiber-free • Does not require protective clothing or respirators to install • Class A / Class 1 Fire Rating • Inhibits condensation • Resists growth of fungi, mold and mildew • Non-toxic / non-carcinogenic • Does not compress, collapse or disintegrate • Durable and lightweight • Environmentally safe • Does not promote nesting of insects or rodents • Lowers heating and cooling costs year-round • Vapor and radon retarder • Not affected by moisture or humidity • Permanent and maintenance free Has anyone used this, and what were the results? Like it; not like it?