Though pole barns are largely viewed as agricultural buildings, they can be used in any setting and can be used for a wide variety of purposes. If zoning ordinance allows you to set up a pole barn in your area, it will be great if you can set up one. To set up the pole barn by yourself, the first thing that you have to do is select a building. Measuring the area required for setting up the pole barn is important.
To set up the poles you will have to use strings and stake in order to mark the location where you will set up the pole barn. Remember that the corners need to be square. Next, you will have to dig deep holes for the poles. Set up the poles as per the instructions on the kit. Your next steps will include putting the floor, framing the walls, setting the roof, adding the sides and finishing the pole barns.