Steel Carports, Garages, Barns, Warehouses, & Workshops.
Designed to protect your cars, RV’s, watercraft, and more!
*Prices Are Estimates And Subject To Change
All Bracing Included
Choose Your Gauge Type
12 gauge steel tubing is the recommended gauge for regions with heavy winds, snow, and rain. 20 Year 100 MPH Wind Rate Warranty.
The 14 gauge steel framing is more economical and comes with a 1-year Workmanship Warranty.
Choose Your Roof Type
Standard roof do not come at an additional cost. The A-Frame style roof comes in two types: boxed-eave and vertical.
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 style roof is designed to displace water, snow, and debris. Purchasing a vertical roof will give you the strongest, most durable, and more bang for your buck than other roof styles. The ridge cap will help prevent leaks and is recommended for workshops and garages.
Choose Your Panel Type: Horizontal or Vertical
Looking for a custom carport? Or maybe you are just looking for steel panels to update your property and give it a beautiful new look. Vertical steel panels are the way to go. With our wide selection of horizontal steel panels, you will be able to make a custom carport of your own. These steel panels are a great way to make your carport stand out from the rest!
Traditional carports have been long-time popular for car owners, but now you can customize your own carport with horizontal steel panels. Carports are now a versatile outdoor structure that can be used as outdoor gathering space, a covered area for cars or motorcycles, as a children’s play area, and even as a dog kennel.
Roll-Up Doors, Sectional Overhead Doors, Walk-in Doors, and Windows
Garage Roll-Up Doors
Roll-Up Garage Doors
Walk-In Doors & Windows
The Foundation Your Carport Will Be Installed On
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. *Before installing the concrete pad, please contact us so we can send you the concrete requirements for your project.
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.
Choose Your Color Options
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.
J-Trim For Partially Enclosed Sheets
J-trim is the side trim piece that runs along both sides of the carport where the roof sheeting stops. J-Trim finishes partially enclosed panels and gives it a polished and professional look. J-Trim helps the partially enclosed panels “lock” In place and ensure overall stability.
All Necessary Bracing Included
No matter what type of roof style you decide on, the proper bracing will be included in the final price. This may include trusses, additional snow load support, and more. Buildings are generally designed for a 30lb. snow load with the 12G frame.
If you are using an exact concrete base to install your steel carport and building on, then you will need these L-Brackets to ensure the framing is secure.
20 x 20 x 12 RV Carport
18 x 25 x 8 Classical Carport
24 x 25 x 9 Enclosed Garage
15 x 50 x 14 RV Carport
15 x 20 x 8 Enclosed Garage
30 x 40 x 8 Triple Wide Carport
28 x 25 x 8 Auto Shop
Before You Purchase A Steel Carport
Clearance Space For Workers & Permits
- If the unit is fully enclosed please take in consideration that the manufacturer’s work crew must be able to move around the entire structure with ladders and drill tools.
- A minimum of 3′-4′ is needed for work space. They require a minimum of 3′-4′ around the entire structure.
- If your unit is going to be installed next to an existing home, we must also have at least 2′ of clearance above the roof line.
- Example, if you are planning to purchase an 8′ boxed-eave unit and it is going to be installed next to an existing home/garage, the eave height of your existing structure must be 2′ taller than the eave height of your new metal unit.
- If upon arrival you are not able to provide these clearances, a Labor Charge will be added to your bill if it was not added already when placing your order.