Old playhouse turned chicken coop!

Playhouse Chicken Coop

Want to build a chicken coop? Did a cost estimate? Realized you don’t have enough money for it right now? Well if you happen to have a playhouse no one is playing with anymore, you might have just found a solution… like the owner of this chicken coop!

She has been wanting to raise chickens for years. The problem is they don’t have the budget for all the materials needed. And even after some time of saving, she still got discouraged by how much she has to spend for lumber!

Playhouse Chicken Coop

But when she saw their hand-me-down playhouse her children never played with, she had a brilliant idea of repurposing it into a chicken coop. With just a little bit of tweaking and extensions, they now have a home for their backyard chickens!

There are definitely several inexpensive ways to build a chicken coop. These ideas would work depending on your situation. If you have access to really cheap lumber, that maybe a better option for you. You can also try using other old recyclable materials. This old playhouse chicken coop, however, is no doubt the best idea for those who own a playhouse already!

Do you know someone who can use this cheap chicken coop idea?

You’ll need these materials:

  • Old Playhouse
  • 2×2, 2×4, 4×4, Timber
  • Plywood
  • Fender Washers and Screws
  • Hardware Cloth
  • Paint
  • Vent Covers
  • Clear Silicone
  • Plastic Roofing Sheets

And these tools:

  • Pliers
  • Staple Gun
  • Cordless Drill
  • Paintbrush
  • Tin Snips
  • Hole Saw
  • Caulking Gun

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Thanks to Backyard Chickens for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here




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