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Standard Carport

Sizes are shown in feet and Width x Length.

Regular Style
12' x 20' 18' x 20' 20' x 20' 22' x 20' 24' x 20'
12' x 25' 18' x 25' 20' x 25' 22' x 25' 24' x 25'
12' x 30' 18' x 30' 20' x 30' 22' x 30' 24' x 30'
12' x 35' 18' x 35' 20' x 35' 22' x 35' 24' x 35'
Vertical Roof Style
12' x 20' 18' x 20' 20' x 20' 22' x 20' 24' x 20'
12' x 25' 18' x 25' 20' x 25' 22' x 25' 24' x 25'
12' x 30' 18' x 30' 20' x 30' 22' x 30'' 24' x 30'
12' x 35' 18' x 35' 20' x 35'' 22' x 35' 24' x 35'
12' x 40' 18' x 40' 20' x 40' 22' x 40' 24' x 40'
12' x 45' 18' x 45' 20' x 45' 22' x 45' 24' x 45'
12' x 50' 18' x 50' 20' x 50' 22' x 50' 24' x 50'
Boxed Eave Style
12' x 20' 18' x 20' 20' x 20' 22' x 20' 24' x 20'
12' x 25' 18' x 25' 20' x 25' 22' x 25' 24' x 25'
12' x 30' 18' x 30' 20' x 30' 22' x 30' 24' x 30'
12' x 35' 18' x 35' 20' x 35' 22' x 35' 24' x 35'

Black

Quaker Gray

Pewter Gray

Galvalume

Clay

Sandstone

White

Tan

Copper

Brown

Burnished Slate

Green

Crimson

Barn Red

Burgundy

Slate Blue

Note: Colors may differ slightly from the colors in reality.

Prepare a level lot: Lot must be level and square in order to receive installation and avoid labor charges.

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Mark any utility lines running underneath the planned installation site. If you do not know where the utility lines run, call 811 to come mark the lines free of charge.

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If you are planning to have your building installed on concrete retaining walls, please contact our corporate office, manufacturer, or building specialists to discuss installation options, as these installs are addressed on a case-by-case basis.

Move all obstacles in and around the installation site such as cars, RVs, and debris to avoid a build-over fee. Remember, an install crew needs at least three feet all around the building to work.

Have the payment ready before the arrival of the installation crew. We accept VISA, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and either a money order or cashier's check. Personal checks and business checks must be approved. Personal checks and cash may be accepted at manufacturer's discretion.

Review:
Once we have received your order, we will review it to ensure that there are no errors and that we have a proper understanding of your building. If an error is found, we will contact your Building Specialist and we will also contact you, if necessary, to ensure that everything is correct.

Confirmation:
Once your order has been reviewed, the manufacturer will contact you to confirm that you are ready for installation and that your site is level. When you confirm that you are ready, your lead time will begin. *If you are not ready for installation when you are contacted, your order will be put on hold.* Once you are prepared, you must call the manufacturer to confirm your availability for your lead time to begin.

Manufacture:
After your order has been confirmed, the production of your metal building materials will begin. After the necessary components have been made, your order will then move to scheduling.

Organization of Run
Once your components have been made, scheduling will take your order and find other orders in your area to maximize their time and efficiency.

Final Confirmation
Once the run is assembled, the manufacturer will contact each of the customers to confirm their respective orders. We will cover:

  • Building Specs – Confirming correct dimensions, componets, colors, and the price due at time of installation and type of payment accepted (this is construction). It is your resonsibility to confirm all aspects of the contract and ensure that you understand what you will receive with your install.

Issues That Can Cause A Reschedule:

Inclement Weather: Unsuitable weather in your area or weather in another area that the crew would have to travel through to get to your install site.

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Mechanical Issues: Malfunctions with installation trucks or trailers.

Failed Installation Prep: A customer not being ready for install (due to site issues or unavailability) that breaks apart the run.

Crew Shortage: Installers that have personal emergencies or physical injury that could leave a crew shorthanded.

Preparation

The location of where the metal building will be installed MUST be level within 3" from front to back and side to side, as well as being squared for proper installation. Ensure the surface is level to avoid incurring any additional fees. If your building has roll up doors, the side where the door(s) will be installed must be completely level to avoid any cracks/openings underneath the door(s) that could potentially let in water, dust, or pests.

The installation crew will arrive with a dually pickup truck and attached trailer that will total 55' — 70' long. Therefore, remote locations, steep hills, or sites located far into fields can be inaccessible to the crews. The decision to install or not to install remains the sole discretion of the installation crew. Note: Installation crews require 3 feet of clearance around the structure.

Any requirements or safety training/videos that are to be completed prior to installation must be disclosed to us upon purchase of unit. Such requirements must be noted on purchase order. A fee may be incurred depending on length and depth of training and requirements.

If you are unsure that you meet these requirements, please contact your Building Specialist. Photos of install site are required. (Photos of the install site may be necessary for review/approval.)

Potential Fees

A Restocking fee of 10% or more of the building price will be added to the final balance of the building in the event (but not limited to) the following situations:

  • Customer cancelling or rescheduling installation.
  • Alterations made to order after installation date has been scheduled.
  • Permitting issues that result in incompletion of work.
  • Incorrect or off-square concrete pad resulting in non-installation of building.
  • Unlevel lot or restricted/obstructed workspace.

Please see our Terms, Conditions, and Warranty Info PDF, which can be downloaded via the button below.

Download

Size Options

Sizes are shown in feet and Width x Length.

Regular Style
12' x 20' 18' x 20' 20' x 20' 22' x 20' 24' x 20'
12' x 25' 18' x 25' 20' x 25' 22' x 25' 24' x 25'
12' x 30' 18' x 30' 20' x 30' 22' x 30' 24' x 30'
12' x 35' 18' x 35' 20' x 35' 22' x 35' 24' x 35'
Vertical Roof Style
12' x 20' 18' x 20' 20' x 20' 22' x 20' 24' x 20'
12' x 25' 18' x 25' 20' x 25' 22' x 25' 24' x 25'
12' x 30' 18' x 30' 20' x 30' 22' x 30'' 24' x 30'
12' x 35' 18' x 35' 20' x 35'' 22' x 35' 24' x 35'
12' x 40' 18' x 40' 20' x 40' 22' x 40' 24' x 40'
12' x 45' 18' x 45' 20' x 45' 22' x 45' 24' x 45'
12' x 50' 18' x 50' 20' x 50' 22' x 50' 24' x 50'
Boxed Eave Style
12' x 20' 18' x 20' 20' x 20' 22' x 20' 24' x 20'
12' x 25' 18' x 25' 20' x 25' 22' x 25' 24' x 25'
12' x 30' 18' x 30' 20' x 30' 22' x 30' 24' x 30'
12' x 35' 18' x 35' 20' x 35' 22' x 35' 24' x 35'

Color Options

Black

Quaker Gray

Pewter Gray

Galvalume

Clay

Sandstone

White

Tan

Copper

Brown

Burnished Slate

Green

Crimson

Barn Red

Burgundy

Slate Blue

Note: Colors may differ slightly from the colors in reality.

Pre-Installation Checklist

Prepare a level lot: Lot must be level and square in order to receive installation and avoid labor charges.

...
...

Mark any utility lines running underneath the planned installation site. If you do not know where the utility lines run, call 811 to come mark the lines free of charge.

...

If you are planning to have your building installed on concrete retaining walls, please contact our corporate office, manufacturer, or building specialists to discuss installation options, as these installs are addressed on a case by case basis.

Move all obstacles in and around the installation site such as cars, RVs, and debris to avoid a build-over fee. Remember, an install crew needs at least three feet all around the building to work.

Have the payment ready before the arrival of the installation crew. We accept VISA, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and either a money order or cashier's check. Personal checks and business checks must be approved. Personal checks and cash may be accepted at manufacturer's discretion.

Manufacturing

Review:
Once we have received your order, we will review it to ensure that there are no errors and that we have a proper understanding of your building. If an error is found, we will contact your Building Specialist and we will also contact you, if necessary, to ensure that everything is correct.

Confirmation:
Once your order has been reviewed, the manufacturer will contact you to confirm that you are ready for installation and that your site is level. When you confirm that you are ready, your lead time will begin. A picture of your install site is required. *If you are not ready for installation when you are contacted, your order will be put on hold.* Once you are prepared, you must call the manufacturer to confirm your availability for your lead time to begin.

Manufacture:
After your order has been confirmed, the production of your metal building materials will begin. After the necessary components have been made, your order will then move to scheduling.

Scheduling

Final Confirmation
Once the run is assembled, the manufacturer will contact each of the customers to confirm their respective orders. We will cover:

  • Building Specs – Confirming correct dimensions, componets, colors, and the price due at time of installation and type of payment accepted (this is construction). It is your resonsibility to confirm all aspects of the contract and ensure that you understand what you will receive with your install.

Issues That Can Cause A Reschedule:

Inclement Weather: Unsuitable weather in your area or weather in another area that the crew would have to travel through to get to your install site.

...

Mechanical Issues: Malfunctions with installation trucks or trailers.

Failed Installation Prep: A customer not being ready for install (due to site issues or unavailability) that breaks apart the run.

Crew Shortage: Installers that have personal emergencies or physical injury that could leave a crew shorthanded.

Installation

Preparation

The location of where the metal building will be installed MUST be level within 3" from front to back and side to side, as well as being squared for proper installation. Ensure the surface is level to avoid incurring any additional fees. If your building has roll up doors, the side where the door(s) will be installed must be completely level to avoid any cracks/openings underneath the door(s) that could potentially let in water, dust, or pests.

The installation crew will arrive with a dually pickup truck and attached trailer that will total 55' — 70' long. Therefore, remote locations, steep hills, or sites located far into fields can be inaccessible to the crews. The decision to install or not to install remains the sole discretion of the installation crew. Note: Installation crews require 3 feet of clearance around the structure.

Any requirements or safety training/videos that are to be completed prior to installation must be disclosed to us upon purchase of unit. Such requirements must be noted on purchase order. A fee may be incurred depending on length and depth of training and requirements.

If you are unsure that you meet these requirements, please contact your Building Specialist. Photos of install site are required. (Photos of the install site may be necessary for review/approval.)

Potential Fees

A Restocking fee of 10% or more of the building price will be added to the final balance of the building in the event (but not limited to) the following situations:

  • Customer cancelling or rescheduling installation.
  • Alterations made to order after installation date has been scheduled.
  • Permitting issues that result in incompletion of work.
  • Incorrect or off-square concrete pad resulting in non-installation of building.
  • Unlevel lot or restricted/obstructed workspace.

Warranty Info

Please see our Terms, Conditions, and Warranty Info PDF, which can be downloaded via the button below.

Download

Any Questions?

Please reach out to us for any additional information.

Take a look at our FAQs.