Well, this building used to be my tool shed. Now it's the brooder house. This has forced me to move the generator, compressor, riding mower and other large equipment outside. I'm making a box for each of them since I'll probably never be able to get them into the brooder house again. I'm making some mouse proof boxes I can drive them into and lock up. (no more mice nests in the engines). I still store all the non mechanized garden tools in there. I just ignore the dust. I made all that stuff with things I had on hand. (apparently I have way too much junk on hand). There's a loft in that building. I can put the brooders on their side and slide them onto the loft when not in use (I. e. summer). After doing so, there's still room on the loft for the paver saw and outdoor Christmas decorations. The brooders are based on the old Ohio brooder setup. There's a ceramic fixture on both ends inside. The toggle switches allow heat emitters to be turned on independently and a duplex receptacle on each brooder allow powering one from the other or things like fans, lights, radios, etc..