Here is a list of our different types of carport design shelters.
Our most popular carport frame style: The classic house gable design. The peak carport frame is cost-efficient and built for ease of installation and storage shelter versatility. Available in 8', 10', 12', 14', 16', 18', 22', 24', 28' and 30' widths.
Round Top's radius design is the most effective at shedding off snow and moisture easily. The Round Top is a strong and stable carport design. Available in 8', 10', 12', 14', 22', 24', 26', 28' and 30' carport shelter widths.
The barn carports feature an overall increase in cubic storage space and more usable headroom than other canopy frame styles. Available in 12', 15', 20', 25' and 30' shelter widths.
Square Tube Carport Canopies
Square Tube carports deliver an ultra solid square tube design with reinforced roof features. A full-length, solid steel base rail allows easy anchoring in any condition. Base frames available in 12', 18' and 24' carport widths.
Truss Carport Buildings
The engineered, structural, galvanized steel truss carport frame is our top-end carport option. These huge carports are designed for commercial, industrial and consumer storage building applications.
How To Choose The Best Carport Design
When considering a carport, you should determine the worst weather condition experienced in your area. If you experience a lot of snowfall during the winter season, a peak style roof is highly recommended. The roof design allows snow to slide easily off the roof. You don’t have to worry about water piling up the carport roof. If there are hailstorms in your area the regular carports and vertical carports would suffice. These styles have a design that can shield your vehicle from powerful hailstorms.
The number of vehicles you own is also a big consideration. You can choose a small and compact carport if you just own a car. But if you plan on having one more vehicle, then it would be best to choose a bigger one so by the time you purchase another car, it’ll have the protection it needs.