i'm planning on building a coop run combo that is about 5'x13'. i live in a permanently warm climate so the "coop" portion is just going to be 3 covered sides with some roosts and a poop board down at the end and the nesting boxes underneath the poop board but extending outside of the coop/run. anyway, the whole thing is going to be covered in a roof. originally i had planned on using those sheets of ribbed metal or plastic, whichever was cheaper, but it looks like that would cost me over 100 bucks alone. so, i'm looking into maybe shingling; however, i've never shingled anything, and it seems a lot more complicated, and it's still not cheap. so now i'm thinking about just maybe using plywood on a slant, which is free. i'd paint it obviously, but i'm wondering if it's just going to fall apart immediately. it's pretty much between 67-85 here with a rainy season and a dry season. has anyone else done this and what did you think? any pics?