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Cedar siding on coop.
It also has a small planter box attached.
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This coop is made mostly from cedar and built right next to the home s stairs for easy access.
Coop with attached planter.
It cost about 500 to make and took about 20 hours from start to completion.
Make this coop yours as you customize it with our available options.
Cedar even butt.
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Techshield roofing sheathing keeps your coop cooler in warm weather see the interior photos of our quaker prefab chicken coops and imagine your coop filled with a healthy flock of chickens.
For the siding i would use 1 2 or thicker plywood siding fence boards new or recycled or any other product intended as siding.
Cedar products are an all around safer healthier natural material for coops and better than almost any other wood in the world.
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Western red cedar siding is a beautiful affordable and environmentally friendly siding choice.
The longevity of the paint or stain on your cedar siding depends greatly upon how well the shingles or clapboard are prepared.
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Cedar siding is actually less maintenance than you think and there s many reasons why you should use cedar for your next siding project.
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Cedar products are a great natural alternative to chemically treated woods.
Box model ehd0810336 116 98 box 116 98 box free delivery.
The only other woods that are even close to cedar in its suitability for use as a chicken coop are redwood and cypress.
For the roof if you have a well ventilated design like the garden coop you can attach a tin roof directly to 2 2 or 2 4 purlins no need for plywood underneath.