Metal Carports Delivered And Installed Near You
*2-3 Week Lead/Build Times For Most Carports.
Direct From Manufacturer Pricing. We price-match exact builds from our competitors!
RV Carports. Garages. Sheds. Lean-tos. Built With Steel.
Prices start at $2,075 for a standard 12 x 20 x 6 carport.
*Delivery and installation are included in the pricing. Pricing is before local taxes.
The 12 gauge steel framing is our strongest frame and has a 20 year rust-through warranty. This is our strongest frame and is recommended for customers in high snow areas.
Roof And Panels Paint Colors
Choose from 13 different colors and customize the roof color, side panels, roof trim, and body trim. Classic barn red with a white trim is a favorite amongst our customers. The poles are not painted.
Gauge Type For Base Frame
Every carport or steel building starts with the base-frame. Depending on your area, you may opt for the stronger gauge steel frame. The 12-gauge steel frame is our recommended choice for all carports or buildings, no matter the size.
The 14 gauge steel framing is more economical and comes with a 1-year workmanship warranty. This gauge is great for most regions. If you need additional strength, we recommend upgrading to 12 gauge framing.
Metal Roof Type
Please note that 12’ tall is our tallest standard leg height with no additional charges. 13’ – 20’ tall buildings will incur additional charges, such as Labor Fees/Equipment Charges. Customers will be required to provide a (telescopic) lift for installation of 13’ and up leg height or a lift will need to be rented by our manufacturer.
Classical Roof Style
The Classical style steel carport comes with rolled corners and is designed to be strong, durable, and cost-effective. If you are looking for a basic car or RV cover and don’t have snow in your region, this option is perfect.
Boxed-Eave Roof Style
Boxed eave roof carports give you the A-Frame look but the panels run horizontal, or front to back. If you have heavy rain or snow, we recommend the vertical A-Frame roof style.
Vertical Style Roof Style
The vertical roof will also have a Ridge Cap to prevent water and debris from entering the building on the peak. Extra hat channels run across the roof for additional support.
Our buildings come with a Standard roof at no additional cost. The roof will have a 3/12 pitch and go into a peak but will have rounded corners leading on to the sides.
A popular option is our classic “A” shaped building to have more of a residential look to go with their house. We offer two A-Frame styles, an A-Frame Horizontal roof with the panels running from front to back and an A-Frame Vertical roof with the panels running from the peak to the eave and additional hat channels underneath for support. The vertical roof will also have a Ridge Cap to prevent water and debris from entering the building on the peak.
Horizontal panels run side to side and are the budget-friendly option.
Vertical panels run from top to bottom and have a professional look.
Roll Up Doors And Commercial Doors With Chain Hoist
Requires Header Sealings. Placed inside the garage, at the top of the roll- up door. (Prevents light or precipitation from coming through.)
Single Pane and Double Pane Windows Available
This is a general guide to show what you can fit within these dimensions. Please leave space for opening doors and moving around.
Carport Installation Anchors
You can install a carport on concrete (3 different options, dirt, gravel, or asphalt. Dirt installations will require mobile home anchors to qualify for the 90mph wind-rate warranty.
HD Titan anchors are available upon request or is permits require it.
Metal Building Insulation Foam Available
One solution for Heat, Condensation & Cold. R-Value 16, .20” (5mm) closed cell polyethylene foam with reflective reinforced foil on one side and plastic white finish film on the other side. Total 5M Plus Insulation combines the benefits of insulation with vapor, air and radiant barrier protection.
Carports can be installed on concrete. dirt, gravel, asphalt, or on top of storage containers. Anchors are needed to secure the carport to the Earth and that provides an 90-mph wind-rate warranty.
We recommend using an exact concrete base for most steel buildings that are enclosed to prevent leaking. Concrete anchors fasten the frame to the foundation and are included in the final pricing.
Dirt & Gravel Foundation
If you are installing a steel structure onto dirt, we recommend using mobile home anchors to fasten and secure the frame to the ground. The mobile home anchors are included in the final estimate.
Steel buildings and carports can be installed on asphalt using asphalt anchors. This will ensure your building is securely fastened to the foundation.