This though would be more costly and to be honest, not too many homeowners are able to work with cement. But you can be rest assured that this, in the long run, would give you less problems and worries. It is essential though that if you decide to use a concrete slab foundation, you should know that cement soaks up water and can potentially add moisture inside your shed. Ann assistant will be most beneficial to help you hold the trusses ready. Most shed roof would use a 5/8 inch roof decking, normally plywood, to hold together the roof trusses. After screwing or nailing the plywood and the trusses, you can then cover it with either tar paper or asphalt shingles. Like in any other roof, any destruction like a strong gust of wind or accidentally dropping a shingle can lead to an accident. Start with your floor deck moving on into your walls, windows, doors then your roof. Make sure that your framing is secure and a solid stake is driven securely to the ground so that you have a sturdy post to attach your frame to. Don t skimp on the nails, make sure that they securely fasten and attach all parts of your wooden storage shed. 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. Although some of these pallets may not have the highest of quality wood, if your design and plans are good enough, you can still be sure that your pallet shed will be durable and strong. Other sources for free or cheap wood pallets are from your neighbors, or if you drive around you may find them from homes where they have done some remodeling work. Consulting your local lumber dealer would give you a chance to make a wise decision as to which wood would be best suited for the climate in your area. To ensure that your shed will be durable and secure and also effective in protecting your belongings inside, try to use lumber that has been pressure treated.