People who are looking to add a beautiful shelter to their property for protecting their belongings, you do not need to look any further. No matter what the weather conditions, harsh sunshine or heavy rain, the Boxed Eave Roof Triple Wide Steel Carport will equip your vehicles with the best defense. Not only does the metal carport get the job done but it also looks the part. Plus, the steel carport is as affordable as they come.
This 30'W x 26'L x 12'H metal structure has a boxed eave roof style. The visually stunning aesthetics of the carport can effortlessly blend in with the form of a traditional house. The clear-spanning width of the steel carport can comfortably fit in 3 cars, trucks, etc.
What differentiates the above-pictured 3 cars carport from other of its kind is the amount of coverage. Almost fully enclosed, this structure offers the best security that a metal carport can offer.
While parking vehicles and outdoor storage of equipment are the typical uses of our metal carport, these buildings are useful for so many other applications as well. More than anything, it makes the ideal cover for your agricultural storage.
It can keep your livestock, farm vehicles and machines, hay, animal feed, and much more, dry and shielded from the elements.
Features of 30x26 Boxed Eave Roof Triple Wide Steel Carport
The structural core of the featured Boxed Eave Roof Triple Wide Steel Carport is similar to our other prefab metal buildings. It has a 14-gauge tubular framing. The roof structure has an A-frame, and the roof panels are in a horizontal orientation.
This combination is well-suited for places with warm weather. The boxed eave roof style can handle harsh sun exposure and the occasional rain or snowfall.
However, vertical roof style and the 12-gauge frames are better options for withstanding extreme weather conditions. You can choose these customization options at an additional cost.
For keeping your vehicles and belongings safe from all kinds of elements, the 3 Cars Carport features full coverages on both the sides and the back end. Even though by default, the side panels are in a horizontal orientation, you can choose the vertical panels instead.
The horizontal gable at the front end adds another layer of protection while also refining the look of the carport. For further options and features, please look at the technical specifications below.