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At Green Roof Chicken Coops, nothing makes us happier than hearing from our customers. We're just a family business, so we take a lot of pride in helping people build their own chicken coops. It was a wonderful experience for our families the first time we built a chicken coop, and we hope it was for yours as well. Please feel free to shoot us an email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it when you complete your coop. We also love pictures of your coop and chickens too! We just started posting some of the feedback below, so please enjoy!
 

Saint Paul, MN

This family launched their own chicken coop blog (CLICK HERE)!
 
And, this is what they mentioned about the plans:
  • The detail was great -- cut list, specs, drawings etc.
  • We painted before and during the process, which worked fine and was probably a lot easier than doing it at the end.
  • We added a roost bar in the coop.
  • We calked a lot given how frigid it is here, so there was less wind whipping through the cracks.
  • The open floor works great, "stuff" falls through and is easy to rake out.
  • We added a 1 x 4 across the front wire wall and mounted a feeder there.
  • We will probably put plexiglass on the inside of the red door for the winter.
  • The neighbors LOVE seeing the coop over our fence from their upstairs.
  • The herb garden is awesome.
  • The design is a great use of space in our small, urban backyard and the herbs are protected from the chickens.
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Asheville, NC

We picked the herb garden coop because we thought it would make a good addition to our garden.  The plans were easy to follow and we are thrilled with the results!

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Ohio

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The coop is perfect for the girls and they love their oat grass growing on top. As a graphic designer and an artist, we love how the coop functions and looks!

Thanks!

 

Dallas, TX

I just wanted to say thanks for putting together such a great set of plans. This is our first time raising chickens and I can't wait to try fresh eggs. We're growing cherry tomatoes, green peppers, jalapenos, and some herbs on the chicken coop roof. I can't wait to have my first southwest omlet made entirely from contents found in my green roof chicken coop. I'll let you know how it goes. Anyway, I just wanted to say that we're excited to start raising chickens and the chicken coop looks great. It tooks us about a month of Saturday mornings but everything was easy. I thought the hardest part was going to be shaving the 1/2 inch off of the 2x6 but I actually just had home depot shave it down for me. I went back for that so it holds true for me that I can't seem to finish a project without going to the hardware store at least twice. So, I thought I'd mention the 1/2 inch shave on the front 2x6 for those that don't have a table saw. It can be done with a circular saw but it was just a lot easier to have it cut at the store. Anyway, hope that tid bit helps someone. All in all, the plans were great. I loved the shopping list and cut list; they made the prep work mindless which made the plans well worth the money. So, thanks for putting together a great product.

 

San Anselmo, CA

I just wanted to drop you guys an email to thank you for my green roof chicken coop plans. My daughter and I assembled our coop in three weekends time, and we loved every minute of it. I went a little crazy when we decided to raise chickens, and I downloaded 4 plans from different websites. Most of them were garbage, I'd almost say they were scams. Your plans were the real deal. Just as advertised, we were able to follow them from beginning to end. I'm hoping to send you some pictures once our chicks are old enough to live in the coop. I guess that's only a few weeks away! Well, in any case, thank you again for pulling together such a great set of instructions. Our coop turned out perfect. Now, we just have to figure out what vegetables we're going to plant!
 

Loretto, PA

I think it was a good idea for you guys to get an architect involved. I find your coop quite attractive. I did purchase a coop from COMPETITOR NAME REMOVED, but I don't really like theirs because the wood is kind of cheap, and their coop holds fewer chickens than advertised.

 


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