I built a 24x36 and wanted to build it to last the rest of my life. I put down plastic for a vapor barrier then I put rebar on a 2' center running both directions then I put wire on top of that and tied it to the rebar. I put the little rebar stands around in a few places to hold it off of the plastic so the concrete could get under it to. I used old power line poles and before I poured the concrete I wrapped the bottom of them with flashing to keep the concrete from touching the poles. I've been told and from what I've seen it's true that a pole will rot where the concrete touches it.All metal roof and siding.
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