So no matter how much you want to clean up and get your own storage shed, if you don t have the money, there s not much you can do. But, if you have the skills and the determination, having your own shed in your backyard doesn t have to remain a dream, how? By recycling old wooden pallets. Some would immediately think that pallets, being the way they are, would just be an eyesore, but not if you have a good set of plans. Build a Shed Door That Will Not Fall Down The shed door rarely gets as much attention as would the roof and the foundation get, most of the time people would just purchase a pre fabricated door, measure it and install it and think that the job is done. But since the shed door is the single part of the shed that gets the most action, it s highly likely that it would be the first one to give in. A plan with a step by step guideline is what we all need, this way, we save time on our work. A good set of plans, whether you downloaded it for free, bought it, or created it yourself should have a complete and detailed list of all the materials you will need, including their exact measurements. The options you would want to do, have a step by step guideline, a drawing of the structure, preferably 3D, and illustration along with the step by step instructions. This is so that your brick wall will be stable. Continue until you have reached the desired height. Make sure that the bricks are tightly packed so that water could not seep in. Don t forget to leave an opening for your door and windows. Step 5. Leave a gap of about three to four inches for ventilation for the frame of the roof. Depending on the size of your shed and what you plan to store inside, you can choose from either a concrete foundation or just the plain earth. The latter is not really recommendable especially if it contains a lot of moisture. It is also very difficult to level and create framing for your partitions. Many have languished in the fact that many of their tools and belongings, which are not suited to be stored inside the home, have dominated their garage and that their garage has lost its main function, to park their cars safely. This increasing need for space is not only relegated to the suburbs and for city folk, people from the countryside are also experiencing these and even though they already have farms and barns, they have machineries and equipment that need to be stored as well.