Roof Styles

Learn more about our metal structures and roof styles. Each roof style has features and functions that you need to know to make the best buying decision.

Regular Roof Style

22x21 Regular Roof Double Car Carport Image
22x21 Regular Roof Double Car Carport
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GOOD

  • Galvanized Frame
  • End Roof Trim
  • Horizontally Oriented Roof Panels

Boxed Eave Roof Style

18x21 Boxed Eave Roof Double Cars Carport
18x21 Boxed Eave Roof Double Car Garage
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BETTER

  • Galvanized Frame
  • End Roof Trim
  • Horizontally Oriented Roof Panels
  • Eave Side Trim
  • A-Frame Style

Vertical Roof Style

20x36 Vertical Roof RV Cover
20x36 Vertical Roof RV Cover
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BEST

  • Galvanized Frame
  • End Roof Trim
  • Longer Lasating Vertically Oriented Roof Panels
  • Eave Side Trim
  • A-Frame Style
  • Deep End Roof Trim
  • Deep Eave Side Trim
  • Additional Steel Perlines for Roof Panel Support
  • Ridge Cap

*Roof panels that are oriented horizontally, are more cost effective than vertically oriented panels, but they tend to hold water, snow, ice, leaves and other debris on the roof because the corrugated ridges are running end to end. Vertical panels always last longer because they shed the water, snow, and debris quickly and easily. Units longer than 36’ should utilize the vertical roof.