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Lay the bricks around the base and when you are finished on all four sides, lay down some mortar and place the next layer. Make sure that the second layer of brick is centered on the top of where two bricks on the lower layer meet. This is so that your brick wall will be stable. Continue until you have reached the desired height. This s where the farm shed comes in. Typically larger than the usual storage or garden shed, the farm shed is a viable solution for farmers who are in dire need of extra space. Not only for equipment storage, a farm shed can also be used to house farm animals or to store their produce and other farming supplies. Not only are they widely available, they don t really cost that much, you might even get them for free. Wood pallets can be found most anywhere. Any commercial buildings, groceries and supermarkets would just have them lying around, all you have to do is talk to them and have something to haul the pallets home. It s easy for anyone to assume that building a small shed will be a piece of cake, that will be an assumption that s true, but, it can easily turn into a nightmare as well. To some, a shed kit can be the best choice, especially if they don t really have good DIY building skills. But to those with experience, a shed building kit will be truly easy, all parts are pre-fabricated and it s just a matter of putting them together, but, if you plan to build a shed from scratch, then good for you. Steel sheds the strongest shed finish, this type of shed finish is used in areas where there are harsh climates. This finish is very durable and rugged and provides maximized security against any invader. This though can be the hardest to work with. Aluminum shed best used in temperate climates, aluminum sheds is more affordable than steel sheds. You need lumber that will compliment your home and garden, and lumber that is easily accessible to you. Other factors include your budget for the project, how elaborate your plans are, and how durable your shed you want to be. The most popular wood choices are, light woods like ash, maple, poplar, birch and most commonly pine.