Finally building out our big coop. Been going back and forth on whether to insulate it. I’m thinking it’s not necessary, but wanted to get some other opinions. We’re just south of Houston, so it gets hot and humid in the summers, but we have very mild winters and it rarely gets below freezing. The building is hardie siding with a metal roof and we’ll sheath the interior with osb. The front door will be a storm/screen door. The front 2/3 of the building will be storage and we’ll put in a wall of chicken wire and have the back 1/3 be the actual coop area. Along with the 2 front windows plus the screen door, there will be a 2x3 window on the side wall opposite the wall in the picture. There will be vent holes under the soffit all along both sides and vent holes in the gable areas on both ends. So, would you go through the effort of also insulating? I’m thinking the air gap between the siding and osb should be enough and all the venting in the top should let out enough hot air.