All Prices Include Delivery And Installation

Heavy-Duty Metal Carports

A carport is a covered structure designed to provide limited protection for vehicles, primarily cars, against rain and snow. This structure can either stand alone or be attached to a wall. Unlike most buildings, a carport typically lacks four walls and usually has just one or two.

12 x 20 x 7 Vertical Roof Carport

Metal carport prices start at $2,075. Please fill out our online estimate form for pricing.

*Local Taxes and Permit Costs Not Included

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Free Delivery

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Free Installation

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All Bracing Included

100 MPH Wind Warranty

1 Year Workmanship Warranty

20 Year Rust Warranty

Metal Garages

Metal Carports

Metal Lean-To’s

Metal Wide-Spans

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Carport Warranty

The rust warranty is for steel tubing only. (Restrictions apply).

The 14-gauge steel framing is our most affordable frame and comes with a 1-year Workmanship Warranty.

The heavy-duty 12-gauge steel framing is more costly. However, it comes with a 20-year Limited Warranty rust-through of the framing.

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Carport Sizing & Buying Guide

The standard dimensions of a carport and garage are 12 feet wide, 20 feet long, and 6 feet high. Customers can customize these sizes to their needs.

Carports can be enclosed to make. a secure garage. Customers can add roll up doors, walk-in doors, windows, and skylights.

Permits may be required by your county but can be installed without them at your own risk. Norcal Carports and its manufacturers will not be responsible for breaking down a carport or moving it.

Use the sizing guide below to determine the size you need for your carport. The leg height is considered the “clearance” height. You will have 1-2 feet in the peak. Please factor this in when placing an order for a carport.

Carport Sizing Guide

Assess Your Needs:
Determine the size of the carport you need based on the number and size of vehicles you want to shelter.
Consider any additional storage needs for items like tools, bikes, or outdoor equipment.
Decide on the style and design preferences that suit your property.

Research Local Regulations:
Check with your local municipality or homeowners’ association for any regulations or permits required for installing a carport.
Ensure compliance with zoning laws, carport setback requirements, and any other relevant regulations.

Choose a Roof Type:
Decide on the roof type for your carport. Common options include vertical roofs, boxed-eave roofs, and standard classical roofs.
Consider factors such as durability, maintenance requirements, and aesthetics when selecting the roof.

Select a Carport Dealer:
Research reputable carport suppliers or manufacturers in your area or online.
Norcal Carports offers amazing service and is 100% guaranteed to have your carport installed.

Customize Your Carport:
Work with the dealer to customize your carport to meet your specific needs and preferences.
Specify features such as roof style, color, leg height (clearance height), and additional accessories like side panels, doors, or windows.

Get a Quote:
Contact the dealer to request a quote for your custom carport.
Provide them with accurate information about the size, material, and any additional features you’ve chosen.

Review the Proposal:
Carefully review the proposal provided by the dealer, including the cost, specifications, and timeline for delivery and installation.
Clarify any questions or concerns you may have before proceeding.

Place Your Order:
Once you’re satisfied with the proposal, place your order with the dealer.
Make any required payments or deposits according to the supplier’s terms and conditions.

Prepare Your Site:
Clear the area where the carport will be installed of any obstacles or debris.
Ensure that the site is level and properly prepared according to the supplier’s instructions.

Schedule Installation:
Coordinate with the supplier to schedule a convenient time for the installation of your carport.
Confirm any site preparation or additional requirements before the scheduled installation date.

Receive and Inspect the Carport:
Upon delivery, inspect the carport components for any damage or defects.
Notify the supplier immediately if you identify any issues that need to be addressed.

Installation:
Allow the dealer’s installation team to assemble and install your carport according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Supervise the installation process to ensure it meets your expectations and adheres to any relevant regulations.

Final Inspection and Approval:
Once the installation is complete, inspect the carport to ensure it meets your satisfaction.
Test any operational features (such as doors) to ensure they function properly.

Enjoy Your New Carport:
Once you’re satisfied with the installation, start using your new carport to protect your vehicles and belongings from the elements.
Follow any recommended maintenance guidelines provided by the dealer to keep your carport in top condition for years to come.

Customers Use Cases For Metal Carports and Garages

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Permits

It is the customer’s responsibility to obtain their permit. Norcal Carports can assist the customer with Generics or Site Specific depending on the size of the unit and their county. Generics are free of charge if the unit does not exceed 30’ W and 12’ Tall. Site Specific come at an additional cost, cost is determined by the size of the unit along with any add ons.