Carports. Friday , October 13th , 2017 - 12:22:27 PM
Exposing vehicles to the elements can be a damaging experience for the vehicles. Whether you are protecting your own car and the cars of employees, or whether you are providing parking for customers, the steel carport will help to make parking safer. This, in turn, will add value to the property and can help you to earn a reputation as someone who cares about customers or employees. The value added to the property exists because covered spaces are always an attractive add-on that potential buyers of commercial property may be looking for. The value added in terms of employee or customer good will is also invaluable. An employee who has a carport to park his car under and to walk under to avoid the rain, for example, may have a boost in morale if he/she feels that his employer is looking out for his best interests by providing the carport.
Carports are structures specifically designed for the purpose of protecting cars, vans, trucks and other types of vehicles. These structures are constructed in a free standing position. Some exceptions are mounted on a wall. A carport does not have a complete wall enclosure unlike other structures. Carports are basically intended for car owners who want to have their vehicles protected.
A good metal carport can be made from materials like steel or aluminum. Another good material which can be used is alumawood, but its major disadvantage is that it is very heavy and this can make you incur extra transportation cost in the event that you are getting one. Metal carports made with steel are often stronger than others made from other metals like aluminum because of the ruggedness and strength of steel.