Metal Carports in North Carolina

For more than a decade, Alan’s Factory Outlet has been helping customers find the quality carports they need. We understand that many homes today don’t have garages or that garages may serve purposes apart from sheltering the car. In these cases, carports are a viable and affordable alternative to a traditional garage. We are proud to offer a wide selection of carports for sale in NC for those searching for the best metal carports. NC residents across the state can trust us to provide affordable, carports that will hold up for a long time, even in the most difficult weather conditions.

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Metal carports in North Carolina

North Carolina carports are designed to protect your vehicles. These carports give your car, truck, boat, RV, farm equipment, and other valuables the perfect protection from the weather. Hail, rain, and other weather conditions can damage your car’s exterior or harm equipment and property that you have to store outside. Using our metal carports in NC, you can shelter your belongings from the destruction wrought by these natural elements.

Even though protection is the number one benefit of carports, North Carolina steel carports have other uses. Many a host or hostess has relied on a metal carport to provide shade for guests during an outdoor event. North Carolina carports make for a good place to sit and enjoy the weather, especially if you do not own a porch. Plus, kids like to play under carports! Think back to the days when you were a child and image how much fun it could be to play under a metal carport. Children can use these carports as clubhouses or other kinds of imaginary places when the cars are gone for the day.

Our products are available in different sizes, styles, and heights that you can customize to your specifications. Our carports for sale in NC start at 12 by 21 feet. They are also available in widths ranging from 18 to 24 feet and lengths ranging from 21 to 41 feet. For even longer metal carports and garages, we can build out in 5-foot increments to the length that best suits you.

Looking for North Carolina steel carports wider than 24 feet? We’ve got you covered with our triple-wide carports, which come in 26-, 28-, and 30-foot-wide formats. If you need to store many vehicles under one of our carports, you should seriously consider the triple-wide carport option.

We are constantly adding products to our metal carport catalog. The newest metal carport style in North Carolina is the metal barn lean-to carport, which is available in 36-, 42-, 44-, 46-, and 48-foot widths and lengths starting at 21 feet long. Like with our other metal carport kits, NC clients can extend a metal barn lean-to carport in 5-foot increments.

Our North Carolina carports are highly customizable; we can work with you to achieve nearly any size carport that you desire.

Our carports can be installed in all of NC, including Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, and High Point. Wherever you live, we can deliver the North Carolina steel carports you need. Many sites sell metal carports, but NC residents know to trust the professional installation that comes with the reliable, affordable choice: Alan’s Factory Outlet. Clients will surely be satisfied with our carports for sale in NC.

We offer free delivery and setup on metal carports, garages, and metal lean-to barn buildings in North Carolina.

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Triple Wide Carports North Carolina

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Metal barn lean to North Carolina carports

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Metal carports and garages come in three different styles:metal-carport-styles

Sometimes, it can be hard to tell the difference between the boxed-eave roof and the vertical roof styles. The difference is subtle but important when choosing from our metal carport kits. NC residents might most benefit from the latter, as the vertical roof has sheeting arranged in an up-and-down fashion, which helps rain and snow slide off. A boxed-eave roof, on the other hand, has the sheeting going side to side.