Make a Few Mistakes When Planning your Pole Barn. Mixing old with the latest 6’x six-foot pieces of wood The key is to avoid using old pieces of wood together with the new ones. The new ones will begin to warp and bend in some time due to how they’re positioned with the old pieces. Waiting too long to install trusses when you’ve put the posts in the ground: If you delay for weeks to do this, you’ll not only lose speed, but get caught doing a hurry job. It’s not clear how sturdy and heavy the trusses with all their metal can be. Trusses could weigh excess of 300 pounds. It is not level enough for your pole barn to stand up. It should be at least two feet beyond the barn’s perimeter. A poor quality concrete sealer The concrete sealer is designed to self-level, however an inferior sealer will not make it so. You probably should invest $100+ on this.
There isn’t a single method to design and set up an ideal pole barn. It is always a smart suggestion to research the internet for resources and to learn from other people what they have done with their DIY projects.