Is a Carport worth the money ?
If you don't have a garage, then there are many benefits of buying a carport. Not only can a carport protect your vehicle from wind, rain, snow, and UV rays, but it can also increase the value of your home and provide a versatile space for storage or other purposes.
Is a Metal carport cheaper than wood?
Cost. The cost of a metal carport is significantly less than the cost of wood carports. A metal carport is cheaper starting with the fact that the amount of wasted materials is significantly less than that of wood carports. Forget all of the small unusable pieces of wood and sawdust leftover.
Reasons Metal Carports are Well Worth the Investment With minimal maintenance, your metal carport will actually increase in value—just like real estate, stock portfolios, or any other lucrative investment. Search your local area for carports for sale and enjoy a wide array of features. Always keep in mind that metal building financing is also an option for metal carports . Metal carports add usable space to your home or business and actually increase your property value. Because metal carports don’t decay like wood buildings, you can increase your return on investment over several years.
These are the 3 different roof styles we offer, for more options contact us with any questions
Regular Roof Style
The Regular style carport is the most economical of the three styles (Regular, Boxed Eave, & Vertical).The Regular style is the only one of the three roof styles that has a barn style roof, with rounded, overhanging edges. The roof metal is installed horizontally so that the ridges of the metal run from the front of the carport to the back. As a result, water will drain off the front or rear of the building, since that's the way the ridges run
Boxed Eave Style
A Boxed Eave style has the appearance of a home roof-line or shape but has the horizontal roof panels as a result water will drain off the front or rear of the building. It has no hat channel nor ridge cap, it provides a 6" overhang on the sides and ends. The angles of the roof are straight, and no curves are used
Vertical Roof Style
The Vertical style carports are built in an A-frame roof, allows the water to run off to the side of the building, it provides a 6" overhang on the sides and ends. The angles of the roof are straight, and no curves are used