A steel carport is an ideal structure for vehicle owners to protect of their belongings. Our carports are the ultimate cost-effective option that will help increase the value of your property. Our steel carports will shield your vehicle(s) from elements such as snow, rain, and direct UV light from the sun. They can also be used as shade structures to protect your animals.
We stand behind our products, offering a one-year workmanship warranty. If you upgrade to our 12-gauge galvanized steel, we will include a 20-year limited warranty on rust through the framing.
There are numerous ways to make your metal carport unique.
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We have you covered literally!
Carport Roof Styles
We offer three different roof styles that you can choose from:
Standard Metal Thickness 29 gauge
We also offer an upgrade Heavy-Duty Thickness of 26-gauge.
When ordering your custom garage, one major thing to consider is the roof style. We offer three roofing styles to best meet your needs:
We can create your metal garage in a size to best suit your needs—whether you need a single-car garage, two-car garage, or even a four or more car garage. No matter how many vehicles you own, we can create a reliable structure to keep them covered and protected from the elements.
Side Entries Possible
We can even to place garage doors on the long side. It is also less expensive to increase the length of the unit than the width.
Metal vs Wooden Barns
Traditional barns are made of wood. To keep the same traditional look of a red barn while taking advantage of more modern materials, you can upgrade your wooden barn to a metal barn instead.
Some of the benefits of choosing a metal barn building over a wooden barn:
Add a Lean-To
One advantage when it comes to steel barns is the ability to create additional space with a lean-to or awning. Lean-tos are single slope metal structures that can be easily attached to the main structure, giving it the typical barn look. Some extra benefits of adding a lean-to to your barn are:
RVs can have different sizes and different exterior accessories that can alter some of the actual dimensions. It is important to have the exact measurements of your RV to determine the correct size for your RV carport.
We will do our very best to make your dream metal building a reality. Here are just a few of the customization options we have available for you:
All or our steel carport, garages and barns are delivered and installed with 100% galvanized steel resistant to pests and rust.
We offer steel framing in both 14-Gauge and 12-Gauge options.
What Is A Steel Gauge?
Steel Gauge is the thickness of a metal sheet. With an increase in gauge number, steel thickness decreases. In short, the thickness is inversely related to gauge numbers.
Gauges for steel are based on a weight of 41.82 pounds per square foot per inch of thickness. For metal buildings, manufacturers provide 12-gauge and 14-gauge options. 12-gauge is thicker than 14-gauge. 12-gauge steel sheets have a thickness of 0.1084 inches, a 14 gauge metal sheet is 0.0785 inches thick. The 14-gauge tubular frame has 2 ½” x 2 ½” steel tubing, whereas 12 gauge – 2 ¼” x 2 ¼” steel tubing. Remember, both gauges (12-Gauge and 14-Gauge) are both safe for metal carports, RV covers, garages barns, and custom metal garages.
Difference Between Regular Steel And Galvanized Steel
Galvanized steel is regular steel that is applied with zinc coating to resist rust and corrosion. Our metal workshops are built to last long, it’s essential to ensure the steel is capable of confronting rust, corrosion, and decay.
Regular steel is susceptible to rust, which degrades building a life as well as requires frequent painting to extend its life.
Which Steel Gauge Framing Is Right For You?
12-gauge steel is better than 14-gauge steel. Remember, ordering a 12-gauge steel framing for your garage building will include an up-charge based on your area and building dimensions.
Compared to 14-gauge steel framing, 12-gauge has multiple traits that include:
So, if you want a sturdier and certified steel garage that can sustain adverse weather conditions like storms, heavy snowfall, rainfall, and high winds, you should undoubtedly choose 12-gauge steel.