Have you been searching online for carports for sale near me? Are you looking for a metal carport at an affordable price? Carports4You is here to help you find the perfect carport for your needs. We offer a wide variety of metal carports for sale, in most cases the price includes free delivery and free installation by the manufacturers expert builders.
Why not start customizing the perfect structure to protect your vehicle, boat or equipment today? Just click the “Design & Build Online” link below to get started on designing your metal carport project.
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Our online configurator makes it easy for you to visualize and design your structure. Choose from the available styles and options to create your custom metal building.
We’ll review your building and email you a quote. If you have any further customizations you would like to add on, please let us know! Once you’re satisfied with the building configuration and quote, you can order your building and make the downpayment.
Your new metal building will be fabricated and packaged for delivery. Delivery times vary depending on the area. Please inquire about the estimated lead times for your location. The installation crew will schedule, deliver, and set up your new building. The balance is due upon delivery. Enjoy your new building!
Great question! Carports have many uses, but the most apparent use lies in the name, providing protection for cars, trucks and other vehicles. Our steel carports can also protect things like boats, garden or farm implements, trailers, and other equipment. Their flexible designs even allow for other purposes such as for use as a pavilion or animal shelter!
Our carports are available in your choice of 3 different roof styles. We offer a regular-style, boxed-style, and vertical-style roof. The biggest differences in roofing styles is in the direction the roof sheeting panels run, and how they intersect with the side wall panels.
The regular style features a roof system that wraps down around the edge of the roof onto the side panel. The roof panels on this style would run the same direction as the roof peak itself. If you were considering adding rain gutter to your carport you would not choose this style. This style would tend to hold snow on the roof rather than let it slide off. The regular style carport tends to be the most economical.
The boxed style features a roof system with a pitched roof that extends beyond the side panels. The roof panels on this style would run the same direction as the roof peak itself. If you were considering adding rain gutter to your carport you would not choose this style. This style would tend to hold snow on the roof rather than let it slide off.
The vertical style features a roof system with a pitched roof that extends beyond the side panels. The panels on this roof would run in the opposite direction of the peak, making it ideal if you are intending to add a rain gutter or live in a heavy snowfall area. This style sports the strongest roof system and is highly recommended for larger carport sizes.
Before the manufacturer’s installation crew arrives to install your new carport you may need to prepare the site.
If you are intending to build the carport on a concrete or asphalt pad we recommend the concrete or asphalt area is 1 foot wider and longer than the dimensions of your new structure. For example if you ordered a 12’ wide x 20’ long carport, then you need a concrete or asphalt pad that measures 13’ wide x 21’ long. If your intention is to build over a dirt or gravel/stone pad we recommend the pad be 2’ wider and 2’ longer than the structure dimensions.
First, contact us. You can do that by using our contact page, requesting a quote, or calling us at 618-214-6659. We’re ready to answer any questions you may have about carport options, specs, or other details. We can even provide you with permitting assistance. Once you’ve decided which carport will be yours and have placed a down payment, we schedule delivery. In a few short weeks, your new metal structure will arrive, and be ready to keep your vehicles safe from the weather.
We already “covered” the carport’s variety of uses, but let’s talk design. Carports come in a variety of basic styles. The regular carport or economy carport is the lowest priced option. It features a bend transition from the roof to the sides, and the roof panels are horizontally placed front to back. The boxed eave carports are the mid-grade option. They feature an A-frame style roofline with the panels also installed horizontally. The vertical roof carport, on the other hand, features vertical roof panels. Panels installed vertically help them stay cleaner and last longer. This steel carport style also features deeper trim on the sides and ends and a ridge cap where the roof panels meet.
No. That’s only the tip of the iceberg! Steel paneled carports come in various colors from blues to reds to greens to grays to browns and everything in between. The trim, side panels, and roof panels can all be customized to match your color scheme. You can also choose how much of a side you need. A carport can have one side covered, both sides covered, or none of the sides covered. You may also opt for partial sides, which allow for an open structure while providing just a little more protection from the elements.
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