Our residential carports are available in sizes ranging from 12’ to 30’ wide and up to 16’ tall. You can choose from three roof styles: standard, boxed eve, and vertical.
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Single Car Carport
If you need a carport for a single car we suggest a 12’ wide carport ranging from 20’ – 25’ long. If you wanted to go wider then 12’ wide we recommend an 18’ wide.
If you need a carport to cover 2 cars we strongly suggest a 24’ wide carport. Many manufacturers will try to sell you an 18’ or 20’ wide cover, however that is not wide enough to house 2 cars or trucks and open the doors. See our photos and video below showing the comparison. TIP: You can go wider if you would like to, however we strongly suggest to go no less the 24’ wide!
For a triple carport we suggest to go with a 36’ wide clear span building. The commercial buildings are more expensive so if you are looking to get the same amount of space covered for a better price we recommend to go with a Heritage Barn or an American Straight Line Barn.
First and foremost, it is important to know the height and length of your RV. We can accommodate any height or length of RV you may have. Once you have determined the size and height you can start customizing your cover. We recommend purchasing no less than the 18’ wide. If you go too narrow, it makes it difficult to back/drive into the cover. Also, if you have slide outs that you want to have open to clean it or have them open because you live in your RV it is important to allow enough space around your camper. Learn more about RV and Boat Covers.
The standard style is a very common roof style which has rounded corners and the metal runs horizontally (front-to-back) it is the same price as our boxed eve option. The panels may occasionally trap leaves, snow, and other debris in severe weather conditions, also small amounts of water may seep in through the seams and over time can rust behind the ribs where moisture can build up.
Best for: Arid climates with limited tree coverage.
Boxed Eaves Roof
The Boxed Eave roof style is very common, it has an A-Frame roof and the metal runs horizontally (front-to-back). The panels may occasionally trap leaves, snow, and other debris in severe weather conditions, also small amounts of water may seep in through the seams and over time can rust behind the ribs where moisture can build up.
Best for: Arid climates and limited tree coverage.
The Vertical style is best-looking carport and the strongest. More metal is used for constructing the roof thus automatically giving you a sturdier carport. The metal runs vertically allowing debris and snow to slide off which keeps moisture from building up and causing rust over time. This allows a much longer life span of your metal roof.
Best for: All climates
The customer is fully responsible for checking local building requirements to see if any permits are required to construct the building.
Prior to the delivery of your building, it is crucial to ensure your site is level. We recommend the ground be level within 4" front to back and side to side. Improperly prepared sites may delay the setup or construction of your structure and result in additional fees.
If our driver is unable to deliver your building due to limited access to the site or because the site has not been properly prepared, a 10% fee will be charged. This fee must be paid to the driver at the time of attempted delivery; a new delivery date will not be scheduled until the fee has been paid.