DIY Pole Barns Shed/Garage Construction LP SmartSide

DIY Pole Barns Shed/Garage Construction LP SmartSide

I bought my pole barn shed/garage from
They have a custom quote tool which made it easy to see what the building would cost. My building needed to be unique due to “city” requirements. So, I called DIY after finishing my online quote. They were quite flexible and were able to handle my custom requirements easily.

The plans were quite detailed. If I would have had time, I believe I could have built it myself, using the plans provided.

The materials were excellent quality. Straight/clean lumber. All of the materials came from Graber Post out of Montgomery Indiana. It was delivered a few days before the construction crew arrived.

The builder (Colossal Construction) from Ohio did an outstanding job. A crew of 4 completed the building including siding and roofing (which they usually do not do since most pole barns are steel sided) in 3 days.
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20 Replies to “DIY Pole Barns Shed/Garage Construction LP SmartSide”

  1. Title is diy….??? Video could have been 2 minutes long. Just showed himself calling the company most amount of what he did himself. But in today's world that is how most people are

  2. did they put something on the 6x6es that where in the ground .i noticed the 6x6es that was in the ground was a different color.and i noticed they did not fill the holes in with cement

  3. I love watching your videos it’s very cool to watch with different projects have from your house to friends to the farm

  4. I love to see what the midwest calls a Pole Barn. Down here in the Lower 48 Big state, pole barns are made from Telephone and Power pole Poles. Massive logs made round and turned black. They are often holding 10 or more horses, and tac rooms. I had a good friend build one with little help. He placed the power poles – short 50' ones by himself. Got friends in the power company to tie them together one weekend as their storage yard was next door to his ranch. Friends for years. Nice build and Nicely completed and used. Martin deep in the heart of East Texas where poles are made by Fraternal brothers.

  5. Nice. I was surprised they didn't put concrete substructure which is a norm in Poland where i live. However i think it's solid anyway.

  6. Tim Kristi we have one 24×24 then 20 years later added 24 more feet that in finished and heated the we bought a tractor and added 24 more feet the whole thing 24×72 first part is a work shop and second keep toy trains in there and last is for storage should have built it all at once but money is a factor and raising a family your building looks good and in vedio seems to function will for you and your family
    Two Rivers Wisconsin

  7. That guy was using too many nails. There is a thing called nail fatigue. It's when you out so many nails in a board you actually weaken it.

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