More than just a Shelter
Most people purchase a carport to protect their vehicles and valuables from the elements, but our custom-built metal carports can do that and so much more! For example, a carport can double as a covered picnic area or an outdoor studio to keep you dry and safe! We can also build small metal sheds attached to the carport structure in case you need little extra storage. These are called utility carports or combo carports; they serve the dual purpose of vehicle protection and outside storage. Contact us today to let us show you some of the most valuable uses for a steel carport and the many benefits it will bring!
The options we offer on our custom metal carports and barns set us apart from other companies that use basic, “cookie cutter” designs. For our frames, we offer both 12”-gauge and 14”-gauge steel, which can be cut to any desired length. We can also build your custom carport to any specific size; we aren’t kidding when we say custom. Our steel carportsfor sale have a 29”- gauge metal sheeting roof, we also offer a much stronger 26”-gauge metal roofing. The customizations don’t stop there! We have options for color as well, although not all our colors and options are available at every location, so please contact one of our experts (430-252-1912) or through our quote form , to see what colors and options are available in your area.
Metal Carports offers convenience to customers who buy our online carport packages ; easy access. This ensures that our customers who don’t want to lock and unlock a garage, get an ideal alternative. No more hassle of doors or trying to remember where you left your garage keys!
Regular Style Carport
This roof style is the most economical. Here in the regular style roof carport, the corrugated ridges run from end to end. This roof style is great if you live in an area without heavy winds and rains. Perfect to protect your cars from sunshine and damage from exposure to the sun.
A-frame Horizontal Box Eave
This is also an A-frame design, but rather than vertical panels, these panels are installed horizontally. This is more affordable since it does not have the hat-channel pieces that need to be installed with a vertical roof. Good for areas that have some heavy winds but don’t get a lot of snow or heavy rains.
A-frame vertical roof
A-frame vertical roof
Perfect for heavy snowfall or rain, the vertical roof is grooved to allow dirt and precipitation to exit off the sides. The Vertical roof is recommended for any building longer than 36’. Vertical roof is the top-of-the-line in metal building roof styles. This roof style has sheet panels that run down vertically from the top to the eaves, with a ridge cap to cover the panel joints at the peak of the building. The vertical roof style is A-frame, but the panels are placed vertically, making it the best choice for areas that experience heavy snow. With vertical panels, snow won’t over-accumulate as it slopes down easily off the roof.