I put together one of those 1 million fastener sheds from lowes. I didn't do a lot of ground prep but tried to make it as flat as possible. There were initially some areas under the perimeter wall that were too low so I added dirt under those sections. The exterior walls then all sat flat but due to time constraints I didn't try to completely level the inside dirt area. I then put some 6mil poly down on the flat ground and then put the shed on top.
A season later and I have some water puddles in the low spots. I am not sure if the water came in from the change in season and humidity - over the winter there were certainly times where the metal ceiling of the shed was sweating with condensation and dripping.
Do I put a hole in the poly at the low spots to allow the water to drain? Should I put a layer of sand on top of the poly? Anyone add a vent to these things to allow more air flow? The shed is in a really tight spot so I can move it maybe a few feet in one direction but it is pinned in by a tree, a garage, and two sides with fence.
I suppose I could cut the poly, add soil to level and tuck tape in new poly. Really I guess the water and ventilation are the main issue. There is a probably a liter of water sitting on the floor and that seems like a lot for condensation from season change but I am pretty sure that the grade all around the exterior slopes away so maybe there is some kind of small leak in the roof. In the pacific north west we have enough rain that if there was any sizable leak the thing would be saturated.
With two people I can lift the shed vertically. Ideas? Thank you in advance.