I've been delaying felting my shed for a long time and the roof is falling apart. We're hoping to move within a year, so I am looking for ways to avoid replacing the shed before we do. I came up with a few options, I will list them in the order from "cheapest and easiest" to "costliest and hardest". The east corner is the worst - see photos below. 1. Do nothing for another year - but I doubt the shed will survive the winter 2. Cover with damp-proof membrane black 1200ga 3 x 4m - not sure how to secure it to the roof/sides? Just nails? Or just screws? Can I use some eyelets or washers to avoid wind ripping it at the nails/screws? The beam on the underside is in decent condition, but sagging, how do I stop a puddle forming in the middle of the roof? 3. Cover with damp-proof membrane black 1200ga 3 x 4m but knock up a basic flat frame to nail it to 4. Cover with felt from the roll on existing boards - some are rotten throughout so I can't really nail the felt, will lots of adhesive along all edges be enough? 5. Cover with felt from the roll, but make a new roof but knock a basic flat frame with 3mm MDF sheets to nail the felt to - seems excessive for the task of securing it for a year.