As a metal carport with storage, the featured Double Car Boxed Eave Carport offers every type of storage space that you need for the protection of your vehicles and belongings.
Of course, metal carports do an outstanding job of protecting your vehicles from the elements. But these structures are not the ideal solution to shield your expensive equipment from the thieves and other criminals.
We present this particular Double Car Boxed Eave Carport with storage to fix that very issue. This carport has an overall size of 20'W x 31'L x 7'H. The primary advantage of owning a metal carport like this is that you will get a multi-functional building for the price of one.
The combination of being open and enclosed at the same time makes the carport very versatile. Just so you know, the utility storage shed can take care of all of your vehicle accessories, repair tools or garden equipment.
Since we manufacture our prefab metal building with only high-quality steel, we can assure you of its durability. Also, the steel brings several other benefits to the carport.
This metal carport with storage has the structural strength to withstand any adverse weather. Plus, you get to have these structures at a fraction of the cost of traditional carports.
Features of 20x31 Double Car Boxed Eave Carport
The central section, which is the storage shed, has a dimension of 20'W x 10'L x 7'H. Fully enclosed on all sides with horizontal metal panels, this portion of the carport keeps all types of threats at bay.
The front end has a 6'x6' metal garage door for the smooth movement of tools and equipment. There is also a walk-in-door on the right wall for a quick route into the building.
The open carport section of this metal carport with storage is 20'W x 20'L x 7'H. It is open on all three sides, not just for the accessibility, but also to bring down the cost of the building.
You can, however, add gables or side panels if you want to increase the safety of your belongings. The boxed eave roof covers the entirety of the structure. The horizontal panels of this type of roof can effectively handle moderate weather and the occasional downpour.
Make sure that you clean the roof after a snowfall or rainfall since moisture tends to gather along the corrugations of horizontal panels. That is why vertical roofs or panels are the recommended option for areas with brutal weather conditions.