Plus you can develop a good timeframe and know exactly what you have to do one after the other. There are two things that you have to do first, after you have made your plans, before you actually start building your wooden storage shed. First, you have to know where to build your shed. Avoid unlevel land areas and make sure that there are no cables, wires, pipes running beneath it. The problem is, most sheds contain dangerous items that are sharp, pointy, and poisonous or maybe even explosive. Or they may even try to imitate you and try to get the grass cutter and play with it. Whatever reason the child has, these dangerous items should be safely kept away from them. To avoid these accidents from happening, there are some ways that you can do to make your storage shed safer to a child and keep away whatever potential hazard that may occur. Build a Steel Shed and Other Types of Storage Structures As the country has experienced a boom in its population and as our needs have increased, many of us has decided that the most practical solution in providing more space for our homestead is to create outdoor storage space. Aside from the outdoor kitchen and dining areas, outdoor storage structures or sheds has also increased in popularities. Any aspiring Do-It-Yourselfer will find this a very enriching experience. But before anything else, to avoid excessive time consumption and errors, it s essential that you have a plan first. Keep in mind what you need to do and follow your plan to the T. This will help you save ob costs and on your time and effort as well. The Basic Tools That Are Needed When Building A shed A storage shed can be considered as a minor project, not as minor as a stool or table, but if you have some basic skills in woodworking, you can just as easily build one for yourself. Inspiration and motivation is what drives the human spirit to go where they have never gone before, so even if you have never built a shed, you can build one with your own two hands, but an extra pair would not hurt. Once your plans have finished, make an estimate of the materials and the tools you will need. Commonly, these materials and tools are wood, nails, roofing, hinges, cement, sand, hammer, tape, saws, and screws. Start from the ground up. Make sure that your foundation is level. Nail your floor properly to the foundation blocks.