Metal carports can come in various sizes, from single-car carports, up to 50’ wide clear-span shelters. These metal structures protect your investments from accumulating snowfall, heavy rainfall, high winds, and other harsh weather conditions. There’s no doubt about it – metal carports can easily be one of the best investments you make.
Here at Get Carports, we have a wide variety of metal carports and other building options to choose from. From single-wide metal carports built for one vehicle to three-car metal carports that are designed to house multiple vehicles easily.
Of all the carport styles offered here at Get Carports, our regular style metal carports are the most standard and economical. They are also the most affordable due to their simple infrastructure. But despite what most customers may think about these simple rooflines, they are as sturdy and reliable as the other roof styles available in the metal building industry.
Due to their box-like design, our A-frame horizontal roof carports are often referred to as boxed eave carports as well. As a slight upgrade from regular carports, this particular design is made to fulfill a variety of purposes without compromising the structural integrity of your unit.
Of the various carport styles offered here at Get Carports, our vertical roof metal carports are the most durable, reliable, and cost-effective. Whether you’re looking for a new storage unit for your home or an outdoor area for your office building, these steel carports can do it all for years to come.
Triple wide carports are one of the most popular carport styles offered here at Get Carports. You can rest easy knowing your vehicles, watercraft, and outdoor equipment are protected by 26 to 30 feet of heavy-duty, galvanized steel. Our 3-car carports are designed to accommodate multiple vehicles and other pieces of property without compromising their structural integrity. Not only are these structures durable and versatile, but they’re also very affordable. Feel free to contact our sales department today for more information about our products.
*Prices vary with states and certification requirement
After you’ve spent a considerable amount of money on an investment such as an RV or camper, would you really want to leave it exposed to Mother Nature’s brutal forces? With a metal RV carport from Get Carports, you can have peace of mind knowing your investment will be protected year-round. Our RV carports are designed with both ends open, unless you opt for additional paneling, making it easier to pack your home-on-the-road up and drive off to the open road. And no matter how large or small your RV may be, we can customize an RV shelter to cover it. You can contact our sales department for more information about these durable, long-lasting structures.
Depending on the county you live in, you may or may not have to certify your carport. Here at Get Carports, we provide certified steel carports to our dedicated customers throughout most of the continental United States. The difference between our non-certified and certified structures is that our certified units are installed with additional corner and snow braces, anchoring systems, and a stronger, thicker steel framing. And since certifications are based on our location, it is your responsibility to speak with your local building department about their requirements and building codes.
“Carports” originate from the concept of a “ship port”. This term was commonly used in the 1930s and the 1950s. During this time, vehicles had a different design, making them slightly less water-resistant than they are today. This resulted in the need for a vehicle cover that was both durable and long-lasting. However, even to this day, we are still in need of a durable, reliable shelter for our vehicles and other property. Certain weather elements, such as the sun’s harsh rays, hail, heavy rain, and accumulating snow can cause extensive damages to your vehicle if not sheltered.
In the early days of cars, people often stored them in their barns; however, the convenience of a prefab metal carport has become quite popular throughout the years. Carports can be used in almost every situation imaginable, from sheltering your car from the elements to storing ATVs, gardening tools, lawn equipment, household items, RVs, and everything in between.
Your needs for investing in a steel carport are yours, and we respect that here at Get Carports. No matter if you’re in need of a shelter for a second vehicle, farming equipment, or lawn equipment, Get Carports has a variety of carports that will accommodate almost every need you have. And when you choose to invest in one of our prefab metal carports, there are several benefits you stand to gain, including the following:
When compared to buildings constructed using wood, steel carports are the superior option. Unlike steel, wood is often worn down by long-term exposure to the weather elements. And while its initial cost may be less than that of steel, you will spend more money on repairs and maintenance throughout the years. Unlike wood, steel does not require ongoing repairs or maintenance and it isn’t susceptible to rot, rust, warping, cracking, leaking, or termite infestations.
Get Carport is one of the industry leaders for providing carport kits. While there are several limitations and risks involved with metal carport kits, they can accommodate most every need just as our other carport options can. And by purchasing a kit, you can also save yourself more money. You can see some of our steel buildings that are available in a kit below.
When you choose to invest in a prefab metal carport, you expect to get the most bang for your buck. And here at Get Carports, that’s exactly what you get. No matter what your needs or requirements may be, our goal is to provide you with an ideal storage solution that you can rely on for years to come. If you would like to know more about our large selection of carports, feel free to give us a call today at (800) 691-5221 to speak with one of our friendly building representatives. You can also visit our website for additional information.
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