Safety a very steep slope would obviously make it hard for you to defy gravity when bringing the machinery inside the shed. If you are pushing heavy equipment up a steep ramp, there is a greater chance that you might slip and get crushed. Safety should be one of your priorities when making a building plan. First things first, if you want your lean to shed to look good and make it seem as it has been with the original plans of your home, you should design your shed to have a finish that is the same as your home. You should also use materials and design to make a continuous flow. The planning stage is very crucial and you should explore all your options so that you will be able to work without any glitches later on. There are also different choices in materials when building a storage shed, whether doing it from scratch, or by using kits. The most common are wood, steel, and vinyl. The latter is because they are rust-proof and looks good without the need for painting. Building a storage shed will allow you to discover many of the things that professional carpenters know, like the many small details that complete the work. 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. This part of your shed is very crucial. They should be able to protect the contents of your sheds and also be able to withstand harsh weather. Your plans should be very detailed as to the rafters and beams and also the type of roofing material. You can now just put your finishing touches such as trimming the shed and painting it as well. Glass cabinets can be used to keep sharp tools away from the prying hands of a child. Keep your shed locked all the time. Close all windows and hide your keys. Always check your shed for gaps and cracks and loose boards which your child and their friends can pry open to get inside. If you have hazardous and flammable materials, store them in a locked cabinet.