Depending on the area that you live in, a barn can be an added structure next to the house, whether you want it there or not. This type of structure could be used for a variety of purposes, to store agriculture or another type of equipment, storing hay or animal feed, to house livestock or just a place to work undercover.
If there is a barn on your property is it used?
Or is it there maybe just for the aesthetics of the property?
In either case, you would want to make sure that it's good condition and suitable for the use you would like it for.
Some things to check to see if your barn is in good condition is any visible damage. Some indication of damage could be that caused by horses or livestock or any fire hazards that could be located in or outside of the building. Another important factor in using the barn is the electricity. The lights and receptacles should be GFCI protected. Also check for any extension cords, which can be a indication the barn isn't updated or could overload the system and can also pose a tripping hazard.
Whatever the reason you use the barn on your property, these are some good tips to check the condition for its use.