Solway plastic recycled chicken hen house, £225 delivered @ Solway Recycling
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Solway plastic recycled chicken hen house, £225 delivered @ Solway Recycling

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Posted 14th Nov 2018Edited by:"SOUTHWALES"
The Eco Hen Loft is a variation on the poplular Solway Mini Hen Coop. The Eco Hen Loft is made from 100% recycled plastic so will not rot and will prevent the build up of red mites. While we cannot guarantee red mite will not find a home on your hen house the plastic does not allow red mites to penetrate unlike wood. A great starter coop ideal for housing up to 4 birds.

The removable roof combined with the easy clean plastic makes the eco hen loft childsplay to maintain.

The eco hen loft is up off the ground on legs. These legs are adjustable to suit your desired height. The height of the legs can make the base of your loft anything between 0 - 150mm from the ground.

The external nest boxes make retrieving eggs easy with no need for back breaking crawling into houses. Simply unclip the plastic curl pin, slide back the nest box roof and you have access to the eggs.

The door has an open/ closing mechanism that is hidden when the door is open and the ramp down. This is all attached to the eco hen loft making for easy moving. The locking mechanism simply twists horizontal to lock the door shut. Swivelling the lock vertically means it is hidden underneath the door when it is down.

Your coop will be fully built on site and will require no further assembly when you get it delivered simply clip the nesting boxes into place and it's ready for your chickens.

The eco hen loft is available in green, red, black or grey. It has two perches with more than enough space for your birds to sit on.

The eco hen loft does not need treating so it is as low maintenance as possible.

The eco hen loft has 447 x 834mm or 0.37 square metres of internal floor space which is ideal for housing for up to 4 birds. The eco loft can be between 800mm and 1000mm in height depending on the height of the adjustable legs. The actual size of the Eco Hen Loft is 1220mm wide (with 2 nest boxes attached) x 1020mm length and weighs approx 25kgs.

We can now add an additional nesting box if you would prefer your coop to have a second nesting box please select the number of nesting boxes from the drop down menu.
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Thanks, I've been looking for somewhere to put my cock in over the cold winter months
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Most plastics degrade over time when exposed to UV, it will be interesting to see how these "recycled plastics" last.

Some plastic sheds we bought lasted about 15 years before they started showing signs, and some climbing frames were still good after 20 years; but other products for exterior use started failing after only a few years, including plastic bits on (VERY expensive), upvc windows that crumbled into dust in less than 5 years.
Would love to know quality compared to the Egglu that’s available?
Thanks, I've been looking for somewhere to put my cock in over the cold winter months
I have seen these - they seem to me like they would be durable -
Not the sort of plastic that becomes brittle at all
I am tempted - red mite are a real problem with my girls as their coop is made from wood
I have tried every remedy under the sun but nothing seems to eradicate the little blighters!
lindalindalin48 m ago

I have seen these - they seem to me like they would be durable - Not the …I have seen these - they seem to me like they would be durable - Not the sort of plastic that becomes brittle at allI am tempted - red mite are a real problem with my girls as their coop is made from woodI have tried every remedy under the sun but nothing seems to eradicate the little blighters!


Fire?
all these plastic coops are rip offs
Janzbro1 m ago

all these plastic coops are rip offs


Care to expand?
lindalindalin1 h, 18 m ago

I have seen these - they seem to me like they would be durable - Not the …I have seen these - they seem to me like they would be durable - Not the sort of plastic that becomes brittle at allI am tempted - red mite are a real problem with my girls as their coop is made from woodI have tried every remedy under the sun but nothing seems to eradicate the little blighters!


Honestly just buy an Eglu chicken coop if red might are a problem.
There are no seems or cracks where the mites can survive and they are so easy to clean out.
We did consider one of these Solway coops but they just seemed a hassle so remove the chicken poop and there where plenty of joints and crevices where Mites could hide but even this Solway will be massively better than a wooden coop at eradicating red mites.
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 15th Nov 2018
Why would anybody want something to house recycled chickens ;-))

Headline should read: Solway chicken hen house made from recycled plastic.
How’s is this a deal? How much money do you get off?
Why do recycled things cost so much, kinda defeats the object for me
ashbath15/11/2018 05:04

Would love to know quality compared to the Egglu that’s available?


I purchased my solway coop 2 years ago and really happy with it, the plastic is quite thick around 8 to 10mm, the whole coop feels solid and looks as if it should last a lifetime, really easy to clean and keep clean compared to my plastic coop.

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Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 15th Nov 2018
deleted129396014/11/2018 23:17

Most plastics degrade over time when exposed to UV, it will be interesting …Most plastics degrade over time when exposed to UV, it will be interesting to see how these "recycled plastics" last.Some plastic sheds we bought lasted about 15 years before they started showing signs, and some climbing frames were still good after 20 years; but other products for exterior use started failing after only a few years, including plastic bits on (VERY expensive), upvc windows that crumbled into dust in less than 5 years.



If you get 15 years out of a small chicken house your doing well, in our experience. Smaller houses are a waste of money in the long run they just can't be repaired properly as the parts are to small, and the quality of the wood is often sub standard. Better off with a 'small' walk in chicken house if you keep a handful of chickens, basically sheds with a bob hole, as they can repaired easily and if sat correctly will last for decades. Also a lot easier to clean a walk in as well. They aren't that expensive as well, often under £500.

These Solway plastic ones are probably the best option if you must have a small house. The triangle ones and other plastic raised ones other manufacturers do are a bit of a faf and take up far to much area for the amount of chickens.
SOUTHWALES15/11/2018 09:36

I purchased my solway coop 2 years ago and really happy with it, the …I purchased my solway coop 2 years ago and really happy with it, the plastic is quite thick around 8 to 10mm, the whole coop feels solid and looks as if it should last a lifetime, really easy to clean and keep clean compared to my plastic coop.[Image]



According to yourself you bought quite a few over a period of time. hotukdeals.com/dea….uk
SixtyFive17/11/2018 19:02

According to yourself you bought quite a few over a period of time. …According to yourself you bought quite a few over a period of time. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/solwayrecycling.co.uk


Just because I have listed it a few times does not mean I purchased one every time.
SOUTHWALES17/11/2018 19:50

Just because I have listed it a few times does not mean I purchased one …Just because I have listed it a few times does not mean I purchased one every time.



No not every time.
just three times out of the five times you posted it according to your own words. hotukdeals.com/dea….uk
SixtyFive17/11/2018 20:40

No not every time.just three times out of the five times you posted it …No not every time.just three times out of the five times you posted it according to your own words. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/solwayrecycling.co.uk


So did I say this is the 3rd coop I have purchased? If I post this deal again in another few months and mention that I have purchased one of these coops a few years ago that does not mean I have purchased another one, I am referring to the one I have purchased and the one I have added a photo of In the post.

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Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 17th Nov 2018
SOUTHWALES17th Nov 2018

So did I say this is the 3rd coop I have purchased? If I post this deal …So did I say this is the 3rd coop I have purchased? If I post this deal again in another few months and mention that I have purchased one of these coops a few years ago that does not mean I have purchased another one, I am referring to the one I have purchased and the one I have added a photo of In the post.[Image]



I don't think you can help yourself can you.
When your in a hole stop digging yourself deeper in it.
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