Boxed Eave Triple Wide Steel Carport makes excellent additions to any property since they are such versatile structures and are also incredibly strong at the same time. They are more durable than the traditional wooden carports and require less maintenance in the long run.
The featured Boxed Eave Triple Wide Steel Carport is also one of our steel products that come with a vertical roof style. Even though on the more expensive side of the price scale, these structures are worth every penny.
It has a dimension of 30'W x 36'L x 12'H. As such is considered one of our triple-wide carports, ideal for housing three cars as the name suggests.
Besides this, the steel carport can provide a roof for your RVs, camper, and other luxury vehicles. The carport can also keep your farm equipment, hay, and vehicles dry during rainy weather.
Features of 30x36 Boxed Eave Triple Wide Steel Carport
The great thing about purchasing from Carport1 is that you get more freedom over the design of your steel carport. You can keep the features that you like and change those that you do not. So, even though we are listing out some standard features below, remember that these features are not fixed.
That being said, the readily available model of this steel carport consists of some fundamental but useful features. The 14-gauge tubular framing is the default option for all our prefab metal building. However, the optional 12-gauge frame has greater strength but comes at an extra cost.
The metal panels on the A-framed roof run from the ridge of the roof to the eaves. That allows for better flow of rain and snow away from the building. Hence, you do not have to clean the roof of the carport after a heavy downpour or during snow season. The roof framework also has hat channels and ridge caps to support those panels.
This carport for three cars is not a roof-only structure. It does have some partial coverage on the walls. This enclosure serves as extra elements for protecting your vehicles and belongings against the elements.
In addition to providing better shelter, the gables at the ends also add to the refined aesthetics of the steel carport. Nonetheless, the sides of the building have a full enclosure of horizontal metal panels for the same purpose.