Carport Pricing Estimates

*Prices Based Off 12 x 20 x 6 Dimensions And 14-Gauge Frame. Local Taxes Not Included.


Classical Roof

12 x 20 x 6
$ 2,310 Tax Not Included
  • Standard Roof
  • Bracing Included
  • Delivered And Installed
  • Upgrade to 12 Gauge

Boxed-Eave A-Frame Roof

12 x 20 x 6
$ 2,420 Tax Not Included
  • Boxed-Eave A-Frame Roof
  • Horizontal Lines
  • Delivered And Installed
  • Upgrade To 12 Gauge

Vertical A-Frame Roof

12 x 20 x 6
$ 2,750 Tax Not Included
  • Hat Channels
  • Ridge Cap To Prevent Leaking
  • Strongest Roof Available
  • Delivery and Installation Included


Single Car Garage

12 x 20 x 8
$ 5,920 Tax Not Included
  • Boxed-Eave Roof
  • Walk-In Door
  • 8 x 7 Roll Up Door
  • Installation Included

2-Car Garage

20 x 20 x 8
$ 7,385 Tax Not Included
  • A-Frame Roof
  • 8 x 7 Garage Door
  • Walk-In Door
  • Upgrade To 12 Gauge

3 Car Garage

30 x 20 x 8
$ 13,205 Tax Not Included
  • 3 Roll Up Doors
  • A-Frame Roof
  • Concrete Anchors Included
  • Delivery and Installation Included


2- Sided Carport

40 x 45 x 14
$ 33,995 Tax Not Included
  • Vertical Roof
  • 2 Sides
  • Bracing
  • Installation Included

Open Wide-Span

50 x 30 x 12
$ 22,420 Tax Not Included
  • A-Frame Roof
  • Concrete Anchors
  • Walk-In Door
  • Upgrade To 12 Gauge

1. Factors that influence metal carport pricing

When it comes to metal carport pricing, there are several factors to consider. The size and design of the carport are important, as well as any additional features you may want. The type of roof you choose for the carport will also influence the price, as our vertical roofs can be more costly. The location of the carport and any additional labor required for installation will also affect the cost of the carport. Finally, the complexity of the carport and the time it takes to build will also play a role in the overall price. By taking all these factors into account, you can find the perfect carport at the right price.

2. Cost savings associated with metal carport installation

When it comes to metal carport pricing, there are many cost savings associated with installation. Not only is the initial cost of the metal carport lower than other types of carports, but the installation costs are also typically much lower. Metal carports can be easily assembled and installed by our installation team, as the carport is pre-manufactured at the manufacturing facility. Since metal carports are professionally manufactured and require fewer materials than other types of carports, installation can take as little as a day or two to complete. And since metal carports are so durable and require minimal maintenance, you’ll save money on upkeep in the long run.

3. Different types of metal carport materials and their associated cost

When it comes to metal carport materials, there are several options to choose from. Each type of material comes with its own pros and cons, as well as associated costs. Here are three popular materials for metal carports and their associated costs:

Steel is the most common type of metal carport material and it is also the most affordable. Steel carports tend to be strong and durable, even in harsh weather conditions. The cost of steel carports ranges from $2,310 to $30,000. Enclosed garages and warehouses can be more expensive, depending on the size and accessories required.