Metal Carports come in all colors and styles. Want your carport to resemble your house? Our A-Frame options let you do that. Check them all out to figure out which one suits you.
Vertical Roof Style (Best)
A-Frame Style (Better)
Regular Style (Good)
Top Selling Metal Carports
A-Frame Vertical RV Carports
Utility Carports (2 in 1)
26×60 Utility Carport
18x21x7 Vertical Carport
30×36 Regular Carport with Gable
28x60x12 Vertical Carport with Enclosed Sides
Metal Carport Details
Metal Carports are great for just about any customer. They offer protection from hail, rain, snow, and pretty much anything that would harm your vehicle or boat. Carports can be custom made to match your home with a variety of colors such as grey, white, green, and many more. These carports can range from 12′ to 30′ wide and can be made up to 12′ tall.
Siram Metal Buildings offers only high-quality metal carports, unlike the flimsy carports sold by retail stores. All of our carports are securely anchored to the ground or cement. This reliable and secure foundation provides your building with a sturdy and robust shelter for your vehicle or boat. Furthermore, our metal tubing comes with a 20 year rusting warranty if you opt for 12 gauge tubing for the frame.
Metal carports are great for all kinds of situations. Metal carports can be used as shelters for your vehicle, boat, or RV. One, two, or three vehicles can fit inside a carport, depending on the size you ordered. Some features are:
- Custom Size Options
- One, Two, or Three Vehicle Options
- Color Options
- Enclosed Sides
- Front & Back Gables
- Up to 16′ High
- Very Low Maintenance
Metal Carports can come is 2 different styles. The A-Frame, also known as “boxed eave”. The Regular style is known for its rounded corners. Our customers can tell you with confident that with which ever one you go with, you will be satisfied with your purchase.
Customers love the A-Frame Carport because of its looks and functionality. Home owners often choose this style because it matches the structure of their house. You can order your A-Frame carport with either a horizontal or vertical roof. Vertical roofs provide added stability and strength to your carport because of the added structure required to install a vertical roof.
The Regular Style Carport is one of the most recognizable buildings out there. New customers tend to gravitate to this style because of its simple and functional style. These carports come with rounded corners and does not come with an overhang like the A-Frame.
There are 2 different roofing styles available for your carport. There is the vertical roof and the horizontal roof. The main difference is exactly what it sounds like, but lets get more in depth.
Customers often opt for the vertical roof because in addition to looking better, a vertical roof adds structure and strength to your carport. This is because he vertical roof is constructed with additional hat channels in the rafters. Hat channels are steel beams that look like hats and add durability and stability to the roof. Since the panels run with the slope of the roof, vertical roofs do a much better when it rains and snows. Here are some advantages:
- Added Strength
- Added Structure
- Easier for Rain & Snow to Slide Off
- Superior Look
The horizontal roof paired with the regular style frame make for the most affordable carports we have. All regular style Frame carports come with a standard horizontal roof. 29-gauge panels run perpendicular to the bows. A horizontal roof gets the job done, but if your location is known for extreme weather, we recommend the vertical roof. Some advantages are:
- Most Affordable
- Simple Style
Metal Carport Buying Options
We make it easy for you to feel confident in your carport for years to come. This is why we offer many warranties and added bonuses that will surely get you exited!
Metal gauge is a unit used to measure the thickness of steel elements. The higher the gauge number of the steel, the thinner the steel is. Our standard metal carports come with 14- gauge steel tubing which has a dimension of 2.5” x 2.5”. However, you can upgrade the carport with 12- gauge tubing with a dimension of 2.25” x 2.25”. A 12-gauge steel tubing has a higher structural strength and is much more suited to withstand heavy snow and strong winds loads.
Color options for carports are as follow: white, beige, tan, brown, taupe, pewter gray, zinc gray, blue, green, red, burgundy, and black
Carports can be ordered with different color panels and trim. This is all up for you to decide.
Additional options include gabled ends, extra panels, extra braces, extra bows and legs, concrete anchors, mobile home anchors, and optional ground concrete supports. This additions can be made to any carport that you order with SiRam Metal Buildings.
The info-graphic on the side shows exactly how ground concrete supports would look like. These ground supports go 5 feet deep and are reinforced with concrete.
Depending on the type of weather conditions your location encounters, we have anchors that accommodate normal or severe weather conditions.
Standard anchors come as default with with every carport and are 5 fee long
Asphalt anchors are used when a carport is installed on asphalt.
Mobile home anchors can be ordered with every carport. Location weather conditions should inform you whether you will need these.
Concrete anchors are exactly what their name implies. If you want your carport installed on concrete, concrete anchors are going to have to be used.
Gable End – A steel panel, usually installed horizontally, with the same curve as the bow of the building. They can be installed on either end of the building, and they extend from the top of the legs up. Gable ends can be installed vertically at an additional cost.
Ordering Your Carport
When it comes to ordering your Arkansas Metal Carports, SiRam Metal Buildings makes the process straightforward. After choosing your ideal metal carport in Arkansas, you place the order and have your building processed in a quick manner. Processing of your building only occurs once the down payment for the building has been paid. For carports priced $1,500 and under, the down payment is %10. Carports which cost between $1500 and $4000, the down payment is %12 and %15 for carports costing $4,000 and up.