Yes! Don’t worry, we won’t stick you with a cookie-cutter style. Our team will design and build a carport that is unique to you and your home. For more information about our distinctive carports, give our professionals a call.
No, if we are replacing or repairing a previous carport or garage you do not need to worry about a permit; however, to build a new carport or a new garage you will need to check with your local government and neighborhood association. Our professionals can help answer some questions and our contractors can help you walk through specific steps.
Be sure that the ground on your property is level for the installation of a carport. Our team may have to add extra charges if we are having to clean, repair, and level out the surface your new carport will be built on.
No! We have clients who use these carports for extra storage space, RV’s, and extra entertainment space. Space can be used for a lot of different activities depending on your lifestyle and your wants. There is no wrong way to use a carport.
Installation, if nothing goes wrong like weather delays, can be done within 24 hours; however, if there issues with the ground, the weather, or permits there could be delays.
Metal carports are not leaking prone and should be inspected if you notice any leakage to ensure no damage has happened to the roof. Metal carports are strong and resistant against weather and exposure to differing conditions. Issues with a metal roof are rare so if you do experience issues please give our team a call.
We can categorize carports into single, double, triple-wide, RV, utility, combo, regular, boxed eave, vertical roof, and Carolina carport. We can talk to you about the different materials that best suit the look of your home and your desires.
We offer an incredible warranty! 10-year material warranty, 2-year labor warranty, for everything except concrete.
We offer unique carports! There are different materials for different homes and different design needs and wants. Some of the different materials include steel, oak, polycarbonate, plastic, aluminum, and more.