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Looking for Metal Carports in North Carolina at the most affordable price, fulfilling your sheltering requirement? In that case, Carport1 will deliver you your dream carport across the state of North Carolina ( NC ) without any hassle and on time !!!

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40×30 VERTICAL ROOF EXTRA WIDE CARPORT Free Delivery & Installation $30709
24×66 VERTICAL ROOF DOUBLE CAR CARPORT-CPTVR-021 Free Delivery & Installation $19565
40×32 VERTICAL ROOF EXTRA WIDE CARPORT-CPTVR-003 Free Delivery & Installation $17352
40×28 VERTICAL ROOF EXTRA WIDE CARPORT-CPTVR-004 Free Delivery & Installation $15563
22×72 VERTICAL ROOF DOUBLE CAR CARPORT-CPTVR-036 Free Delivery & Installation $13322
30×41 VERTICAL ROOF TRIPLE WIDE CARPORT-CPTVR-042 Free Delivery & Installation $12400
30×26 VERTICAL ROOF TRIPLE WIDE STEEL CARPORT-CPTVR-040 Free Delivery & Installation $11210
30×41 BOXED EAVE TRIPLE WIDE STEEL CARPORT-CPT-0056 Free Delivery & Installation $10555
30×41 BOXED EAVE ROOF TRIPLE WIDE CARPORT-CPTBE-011 Free Delivery & Installation $10555
Free Delivery & Installation $10290
30×41 VERTICAL ROOF TRIPLE WIDE CARPORT-CPTVR-005 Free Delivery & Installation $8985
30×36 VERTICAL ROOF TRIPLE WIDE METAL CARPORT-CPTVR-039 Free Delivery & Installation $8985
22×41 VERTICAL ROOF TRIPLE CAR CARPORT-CPTVR-026 Free Delivery & Installation $8410
22×26 VERTICAL ROOF 2 CAR CARPORT-CPTVR-028 Free Delivery & Installation $7930
30×36 VERTICAL ROOF TRIPLE WIDE METAL CARPORT-CPTVR-007 Free Delivery & Installation $7860

Buy Metal Carports in North Carolina at best price

Carports and Metal Buildings (NC) are available from Carport1 for the entire state of North Carolina. Delivery and site installation is FREE as long as your job site is level. All of the metal carports, steel garages, barns, and other metal buildings are offered in both non-certified and in certified for 130 MPH winds and a 30 PSF snow load.

All of the steel carports and metal garages that we provide for the state of North Carolina utilize 29 gauge panels for the exterior sheeting. We can provide heavier 26 gauge panels for those customers that want that option. Contact us for pricing for that option. For those areas requiring building permits and certification, you can rest easy knowing your structure is built-to-last and will meet the North Carolina building code requirements.

In the state of North Carolina, we provide clear-span carports and garages up to 60′ wide, with side heights up to 20′ tall and can build any structure as long as your need requires. You will love the quality of our materials and our installation teams take great pride in work that they do.

Metal Carports in North Carolina

We manufacture our metal carports with very high grade galvanized steel warranted to stay rust-free for a great number of years. With metal carports and steel buildings for every weather conditions, you can be sure that we have what you need. We offer certification with our metal carports so that it can stand up to the weather of your place. In areas of NC that are prone to tropical storms or heavy snowfalls, certification is especially crucial.

The features of your metal building depend on a large number of factors, the vehicles or belongings you are intending to store, the weather condition of your place, your local building codes, etc. Dimensions of the carport depend, more or less, on the size and the number of your cars.

The structural framework, as well as the roof style, is affected by the elements of your place. For areas with heavy rainfalls or extreme storms, you can choose metal carport kit with 12-gauge metal framing and vertical roof style. However, for warm, sunny areas, a 14-gauge regular roofed carport will suffice.


Why Carport1 for your buildings/metal Carports in North Carolina?

With all the choices available in the market, buying a metal carport or any other metal buildings NC can get quite overwhelming. First, you have to find a trusted and experienced metal building supplier that is offering quality metal carports at the best metal carport prices.

Luckily, Carport1 ticks all those boxes. Plus, we have an installation crew that does an excellent job of setting up your steel buildings. Only after that can you proceed to think about what dimensions, style, and additional feature you want for your structure.

The great thing about buying NC metal carports from us is that you get full customizability with these structures. You can easily modify and change the features of the carport and make them fit your exact specifications. We have clear spanning metal carports of almost every size, ranging from a small one-car carport to extra wide carports.

These NC metal carports can be the ideal options for people who are looking for economical and accessible shelters for their vehicles. Unlike the wooden carports or vinyl carport, our metal carports can last generations with the least maintenance.


How ( North Carolina ) NC State affects the Metal building you choose?

The most important factor that influences your choice of Metal Garages or Carports in North Carolina is the local climate. You have to ensure that the metal building you purchase suits the weather of your place if you want the building to last to its optimum lifetime.

With Atlantic Coast in the east and the Appalachian mountains in the west, the Tar Heel state does not have one single topography or climate. Temperatures in the summer in NC can get pretty high. Also, having the Atlantic Ocean as the next door neighbor means that NC is regularly subjected to the tropical cyclones and hurricanes. Tornadoes, similarly, are a major weather threat that North Carolinians have to experience every year.

Our metal buildings NC have been engineered to stand up to these extreme weather conditions effectively. The NC steel carports are galvanized to sustain the corrosive coastal atmosphere of the east coast. Our certified NC metal carports for sale do not only meet but exceed the local building guidelines.

For the people of NC, with non-certified structures, we recommend the stronger of the steel framing options i.e. the 12-gauge tubular framework. It would also be a better idea to go with the 26-gauge metal sheets to weather the brutal elements of their state.

Having an A-framed roofed carport, either boxed eave or vertical can also increase the structural strength of the metal carport. Other measures you can undertake to ensure the stability of the metal building during adverse weather condition is to build invest in a solid concrete base for the carport, have appropriate anchors, etc.

tubing gauge for carport

What sort of additional features and thickness in the gauge of metal panels and bars do metal buildings NC demand?

As mentioned above, the weather conditions of the state of NC are pretty unpredictable. Metal carports and other steel buildings have to be strong enough to face and withstand the extremes of nature. Not only that, they have to be durable and maintain the initial structural strength for a long time. One of the most important components that determine this strength of the steel buildings is the gauge (or the thickness) of the metal panels and bars.

Metal Frame Gauge

To people unfamiliar with the technicalities of the steel building, in simplest terms, gauge means the thickness of the steel components. Basically the greater the thickness of the steel, the more strength it has. We have two options for the metal framework gauge of our metal buildings; the 14-gauge and 12-gauge. The local weather plays a huge part in determining what gauge framing you would need for your NC metal carport

14- Gauge tube

The default for our metal buildings is the 14-gauge tubular framework. This framing is the more cost-effective of the two options. Steel tubes of 14-gauge thickness have a measure of 2 ½” x 2 ½” outside diameter. 14-gauge framing can perform perfectly in areas with mild to moderate elements. They are the ideal option for warm weather areas with very rare rainfalls.

12- Gauge tube

12-gauge framing is the stronger tubular framing option that we have on offer. Steel tubes of 12-gauge have an outside diameter measurement of 2 ¼” x 2 ¼”. Having greater thickness means that metal carports with this framing have a higher tensile strength and can withstand heavier loads.

Though more costly, 12-gauge frames can handle almost any type of harsh elements. They more appropriate for areas that are prone to heavy precipitations, strong winds or even storms, just like some areas of NC.

Along the coast, it is important that you get metal buildings NC that can be rust-resistant for a long time. Not only are our metal buildings galvanized to prevent premature corrosion, but they are also provided with extra protective coatings and paints that can stretch out the durability of the structure.

This characteristic also comes in handy for areas of NC that regularly face hurricanes, thunderstorms, cyclones, and tornadoes. In addition to all these safety layers, our metal buildings also come with reflective coatings that can keep the building cool even during the scorching summer days.

Additional Features for Carports in North Carolina

front gable carport

Gable Ends

Gables have many advantages and are offered as optional features, here on Carport1. What gables are, are simply the portions of the wall that cover the ends of a sloped roof. While open ends are definitely economical, gable ends do offer better protection to your vehicles and belongings without compromising accessibility.

Additionally, gables, for the vertical and boxed eave carport, can provide a very refined style. They also help to increase the strength of the entire metal building. In NC, gables can be especially useful to protect your possessions from sideways rain or strong winds.

side panel in carport


Metal panels provide the coverage for our metal carports. By default, we have 29-gauge metal sheets that are equipped with various protective coatings to combat the harsher elements. Having panels partially or fully cover the side walls and the end walls of your metal carport can significantly increase the protection level for your belongings. This additional feature is what we advise our customers from NC who experience those severe weathers.

Bows and Trusses

Bows and trusses form the structural backbone of the roof of any metal building. Steel bows are more common to metal buildings with less width, up to 24 ft. Similarly, a truss is the feature of metal buildings with greater width, more than 24 ft. You can order your NC metal carport with an extra number of bows and trusses if you want to increase its structural strength and resistance.

If you want to have more understanding of the components or additional features that make up our metal carport kits or metal building kits then feel free to use our Components Visualizer tool or our Metal Building Glossary.

carport roof styles illustration

Does NC require a specific roof style or panel orientation?

If you want your metal carport to last for as long as possible, then you will have to give proper considerations to the roof style during the purchase. The roof style and the orientation of panels on the roof, as well as the wall, can impact the performance of your building. Plus, the right choice of roof style and panel orientation can reduce the required maintenance efforts.

We have 3 options of roof style for the NC metal carport near you.


Vertical Roof Metal Carports are the most robust and durable options for carports. The A-framed structure has vertical roof panels to facilitate the flow of moisture away from the roof. No longer will you have to worry about cleaning your roof after a downpour or a blizzard. Horizontal hat channels also add to the strength of the structure and provide support for the roof panels. Vertical roof style is the apt option for wide and extra wide structures.


Just like vertical roof style, Boxed Eave Metal Carports also have A-framed roof. But instead of vertical panels, they have panels that lie horizontally along the length of the structure. Boxed eave metal carports have a fine finish mainly because of the roof overhangs and the eave trims. They are reasonably priced and are ideal for moderate weather.


Being the most economical roof style available, Regular Roofed Carports are some of our most popular products. The curved roofline of these metal carports gives the building a very unique aesthetics. The metal panels of the regular carports run from the front of the building to the back. They are lightweight but still have enough strength to resist mild elements of nature. These carports are perfect for warm weather to defend your belongings against harsh sun exposure.

Are insulation or additional accessories necessary to maintain the inside temperature of metal buildings in NC?

Thermal control inside a building is important to ensure the effective performance of the structure as well as the well-being of the occupants especially for metal buildings NC, where it can get pretty hot and humid during summers. Hence, it becomes even more important to maintain the optimum temperature.

The easiest method of thermal control inside a metal building is through insulation. There are various types of insulation materials available for the Carports in North Carolina. Some of them are:

  • Rigid Board
  • Spray Foam
  • Fiberglass
  • Cellulose
  • Rockwool

metal carport wall insulation

The choice of insulation is affected by a number of things; your local weather conditions, your budget, and more. These insulation layers help to keep your metal building cool during the sweltering summer and warm during the freezing winter.

The R-value is the measure of resistance that insulation layers provide against the conduction of heat. Installing a proper insulation system is also necessary to avoid the problem of condensation, which can cause your steel building to rust prematurely.

Colors for your Metal Carports in North Carolina, NC

At Carport1, we give our customers better control over the design and the styling of their metal building. We have a wide range of color combination options that make a part of our color palette for your Carports in North Carolina. To better visualize your metal buildings and carports with the shades of your choice, you can use our Color Planner Tool.

Free Delivery and Installation of Metal Carports in North Carolina

If you don’t see what you like, you can contact us at (855) 299-4285! You can see your custom metal carport, steel garage, metal barn, or other building before you buy — including all of the available colors! Our carport prices and metal buildings NC (North Carolina) include FREE installation as long as your site is level!

Our delivery service is as swift as it can be. The installation crew has the most skilled professionals in the market. Their workmanship is impeccable and we take great pride in the work of our installation team.

As always, you are welcome to call our staff and we will do our best to help you select, design and build a carport, garage, workshop, or barn just for you. Our customer representatives will walk you through the entire process of purchasing the metal carport that is perfect for you.

Whether you need additional information or general guidance, they are at your service 27/7. Residents of the Tarheel State are sure to be pleased with the quality and workmanship of our products and you will also be pleased with our North Carolina carport prices!

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Metal Carports Prices in North Carolina, NC

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North Carolina Carport Prices

North Carolina carport prices are listed below for our metal carports and steel carports. Unlike some companies, we publish our metal carport prices and our prices include delivery and free installation. All of the North Carolina carport prices include galvanized steel framing with painted steel panels. Our North Carolina carport price list is valid for the entire state of North Carolina, which include Aberdeen, NC, Albemarle, NC, Apex, NC, Archdale, NC, Asheboro, NC, Asheville, NC, Belmont, NC, Black Mountain, NC, Boone, NC, Burlington, NC.

Carrboro, NC, Cary, NC, Chapel Hill, NC, Charlotte, NC, Cherryville, NC, Clayton, NC, Clemmons, NC, Concord, NC, Davidson, NC, Durham, NC, Eden, NC, Elizabeth City, NC, Elon College, NC, Fayetteville, NC, Forest, City, NC, Fort Bragg, NC, Fuquay-Varina, NC, Garner, NC, Gastonia, NC, Gibsonville, NC, Goldsboro, NC, Graham, NC, Granite Falls, NC, Greensboro, NC, Greenville, NC, Hamlet, NC,  Havelock, NC, Henderson, NC, Hendersonville, NC, Hickory, NC, High Point, NC, Holly Springs, NC, Hope Mills, NC, Huntersville, NC, Indian Trail, NC, Jacksonville, NC, James City, NC, Kannapolis, NC, Kernersville, NC, Kingston, NC, Lenoir, NC, Lewisville, NC, Lexington, NC, Lincolnton, NC.

Lumberton, NC, Maiden, NC, Marion, NC, Masonboro, NC, Matthews, NC, Mebane, NC, Mint Hill, NC, Monroe, NC, Mooresville, NC, Morganton, NC, Morrisville, NC, Mount Airy, NC, Mount Holly, NC, Newbern, NC, Newton, NC, North Wilkesboro, NC, Pinehurst, NC, Raleigh, NC, Reidsville, NC, Roanoke Rapids, NC, Rockingham, NC, Rocky Mount, NC, Salisbury, NC, Sanford, NC, Selma, NC, Shelby, NC, Smithville, NC, Statesville, NC, Thomasville, NC, Wake Forest, NC, Wilmington, NC, Wilson, NC, Winston-Salem, NC, Wrightsboro, NC, Yadkinville, NC, and other cities and towns in the Tarheel State!

Metal buildings and metal Carports in North Carolina, NC Counties

If you don’t see a carport that meets your needs here, we can design and price a carport, garage, workshop, or barn just for you. North Carolinians are sure to be pleased with the quality and workmanship of our products and you will also be pleased with our North Carolina carport prices!

For links to these county and city websites in North Carolina, visit State and Local Governments on the Net.

Alamance County – Graham
Alexander County – Taylorsville
Alleghany County – Sparta
Anson County – Wadesboro
Ashe County – Jefferson
Avery County – Newland
Beaufort County – Washington
Bertie County – Windsor
Bladen County – Elizabethtown
Brunswick County – Bolivia
Buncombe County – Asheville
Burke County – Morganton
Cabarrus County – Concord
Caldwell County – Lenoir
Camden County – Camden
Carteret County – Beaufort
Caswell County – Yanceyville
Catawba County – Newton
Chatham County – Pittsboro
Cherokee County – Murphy
Chowan County – Edenton
Clay County – Hayesville
Cleveland County – Shelby
Columbus County – Whiteville
Craven County – New Bern
Cumberland County – Fayetteville
Currituck County – Currituck
Dare County – Manteo
Davidson County – Lexington
Davie County – Mocksville
Duplin County – Kenansville
Durham County – Durham
Edgecombe County – Tarboro
Forsyth County – Winston-Salem
Franklin County – Louisburg
Gaston County – Gastonia
Gates County – Gatesville
Graham County – Robbinsville
Granville County – Oxford
Greene County – Snow Hill
Guilford County – Greensboro
Halifax County – Halifax
Harnett County – Lillington
Haywood County – Waynesville
Henderson County – Hendersonville
Hertford County – Winton
Hoke County – Raeford
Hyde County – Swan Quarter
Iredell County – Statesville
Jackson County – Sylva
Johnston County – Smithfield
Jones County – Trenton
Lee County – Sanford
Lenoir County – Kinston
Lincoln County – Lincolnton
Macon County – Franklin
Madison County – Marshall
Martin County – Williamston
McDowell County – Marion
Mecklenburg County – Charlotte
Mitchell County – Bakersville
Montgomery County – Troy
Moore County – Carthage
Nash County – Nashville
New Hanover County – Wilmington
Northampton County – Jackson
Onslow County – Jacksonville
Orange County – Hillsborough
Pamlico County – Bayboro
Pasquotank County – Elizabeth City
Pender County – Burgaw
Perquimans County – Hertford
Person County – Roxboro
Pitt County – Greenville
Polk County – Columbus
Randolph County – Asheboro
Richmond County – Rockingham
Robeson County – Lumberton
Rockingham County – Wentworth
Rowan County – Salisbury
Rutherford County – Rutherfordton
Sampson County – Clinton
Scotland County – Laurinburg
Stanly County – Albemarle
Stokes County – Danbury
Surry County – Dobson
Swain County – Bryson City
Transylvania County – Brevard
Tyrrell County – Columbia
Union County – Monroe
Vance County – Henderson
Wake County – Raleigh
Warren County – Warrenton
Washington County – Plymouth
Watauga County – Boone
Wayne County – Goldsboro
Wilkes County – Wilkesboro
Wilson County – Wilson
Yadkin County – Yadkinville
Yancey County – Burnsville