Afternoon all, I need to remove a shed in an overgrown corner of the garden. According to our home survey the wood on the wooden rear panel is rotten and we need to shift it anyway to put in a garden office later in the year. Fairly sturdy structure, with large window in the front panel - maybe 9 x 6 foot. Got that material on the roof which looks like tar paper with a fine covering of grit. My problem is that looking at it, I don't know where to start in order to achieve it efficiently and safely and I am wondering if this is a specialised job that I should not be attempting. It was a case of "that'll be a few hours with a sledge hammer" when I first conceived the idea but now reality is dawning! Any and all advice gratefully received - I am a total DIY newbie. Thanks!