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Our Aluminum Carports Prices Bundle Together Products and Additional Services

Buying an aluminum carport is one of the best ways to improve your home. And at Carports and More, our job is to make sure all our customers are 100 percent satisfied with their purchase.

But it’s not just our prices that makes buying an aluminum car port from us the best choice; it’s the overall value we provide by including free delivery and installation with every tin awning we sell and our experienced customer service team who’s with you every step of the way.

Our knowledgeable sales representatives understand all our products inside and out. They can answer any questions you have regarding our aluminous carport prices and design process. We’re also happy to help answer any questions you have related to delivery and installation.

If you’re a first-time aluminum carport buyer, you may not realize how many ways they can be installed. And, even if you’ve purchased an alloy shelter before, you may not have been able to build it from the ground up, including the roof, the side panels and more.

This page is meant to help both newcomers and experienced buyers by explaining the wide range of aluminum carport setup possibilities, as well as the advanced customization options we offer, which you can explore yourself using our Carport and Garage Builder.

Install Aluminous Carports as Standalone Shelters or Attach Them to Existing Buildings

One of the best parts about buying an aluminum carport is that it has a wide range of installation applications. Whether you need a standalone structure or want to attach an aluminous shelter to an existing building, we make it easy to design a tin barn that fits your specific needs.

If you have a large yard, you may have the existing space to install an aluminum carport that’s completely separated from your house or any other buildings on your property.

But, if you already have a utility carport, shed or building, it may make more sense to build an alloy cover that attaches to that existing structure. We even sell aluminum carports for mobile homes and houses if you have extremely limited space to install a tin canopy.

Depending on how you plan to use your aluminum carport, you may want to consider installing it on a permanent surface. You’ll be happy to know that both standalone and aluminous barns attached to houses or other structures can easily be anchored to concrete and asphalt slabs.

However, we understand that needs change, which is why all our aluminum carports feature a portable design — just in case you need to move it or want to change how it’s being used.

In addition, a portable aluminum carport can be used temporarily, and the lightweight build of our tin awnings allows you to easily disassemble and reassemble one all on your own.

The portability of aluminum carports awnings makes them ideal shelter solutions for a variety of uses.

For example, if you own a vacation home and require an aluminum carport only part of the year, you can store your tin barn when you’re not using it. Or, if you’re looking for something you can quickly assemble to provide shelter for family gatherings, an alloy canopy is the way to go.

If you require something a bit more robust — which may be the case, depending on where you live and how you plan on using your aluminous awning — we have several customization options that allow you to design an aluminum cover that will meet or exceed your expectations.

Take Advantage of Our Customization Options to Build Exactly the Aluminum Carport You Need

Using a tin canopy to cover a car, a truck, an RV or a boat is one of the most common uses of aluminum carports awnings, and it’s doable whether you’re looking to build a standalone structure or attach an alloy barn to existing metal garages.

Aluminum RV carports are especially popular because they often remain in storage for extended periods of time. But the last thing you want to do is leave your RV exposed to the elements — especially if you live in an area that experiences a lot of inclement weather in the winter.

That’s where an aluminum RV carport comes in; our wide variety of styles and customization options make it easy for you to design a long lasting tin shelter that will protect your recreational vehicle in all types of harsh weather conditions.

It all starts with the roof, and we have three different styles: standard horizontal, A-frame horizontal and A-frame vertical.

The standard horizontal is all you need if you live in an area with a relatively temperate climate. This style also is our most cost-effective roof option.

Then, there’s our A-frame horizontal style. Like the standard horizontal, this style is engineered with ribs that run from front to back. However, it has trim on all four eaves as opposed to only two, which is why it’s at a slightly higher price point.

Our highest quality roof style — and the one we always recommend to buyers who live in areas that experience severe winter weather — is our A-frame vertical. The ribs on this style run from side to side, which helps prevent heavy snow buildup.

The A-frame vertical style also comes with a couple of additional bells and whistles not available on our two horizontal styles. The A-frame vertical has trim on all four eaves, and it has with a ridge cap, providing an extra level of polish for how the roof looks.

If you’re going to use a tin shelter as an aluminum RV carport, or to cover other vehicles for long periods of time, you may want to consider buying some aluminum siding for carports as well.

Our side panels are available in a few different forms, including partial sides and gable ends. That means you can build your alloy canopy with top-to-bottom walls on the sides and gable ends, three top-to-bottom walls, or even two partial sides and two gable ends. It’s totally up to you.

The 29-gauge aluminum panels we use for walls are the same quality as the ones we use for roofs. But, if you’re concerned about the durability of the materials that come standard on all our carports, you can order heavy duty aluminum panels for the roof and the sides by contacting us directly.

The ability to fully enclose a tin canopy means you can also build an aluminum carport with a garage door. We can install roll-up doors up to 10-feet wide and we can make frameouts up to 20-feet wide if you want to install your own larger doors.

We also install walk-in doors, as well as windows. Our walk-in doors are available in heights of 72 and 80 inches and all our windows are 30 inches in height and width.

With all these options at your disposal, you may even want to build an insulated aluminum carport and add some vinyl siding to give it a more appealing aesthetic.

But if all you need is a standalone structure with no walls, doors or windows, you can design an aluminum carport that’s completely open.

Patio covers are a prime example of this, and an aluminum patio canopy will provide much better protection than a cloth awning for patio furniture and anything else you need to shelter.

The dimensions of your aluminum carport will depend entirely on how you plan to use it. But, there are some sizes of aluminous carport kits that are more common than others, including:

  • 12 x 30 tin barns
  • 12 x 21 alloy canopies
  • 10 x 20 aluminous awnings

We have carports for sale in a wide range of sizes, including those listed above. The biggest size carport you can build online is 30-feet wide by 61-feet long, but you can order larger ones by contacting us directly.

Pay for a Tin Carport Upfront of Set Up a Payment Plan

In order to accommodate all types of aluminum carport budgets, we offer three different payment methods: up-front and in full, finance plans and rent-to-own plans.

Each payment method has its advantages, but regardless of which you choose, you’ll initially only pay 10 percent of the total cost.

With an upfront payment, you’ll pay the remaining 90 percent of your purchase order once it’s been delivered and installed.

If you opt for a finance plan, you’ll have the flexibility to limit your upfront cost and build exactly the aluminum carport you want without having to give up any features due to pricing.

But a rent-to-own plan provides the most flexibility, as you don’t actually own your tin shelter until it’s completely paid off. That means if at any point you want to switch out your aluminum carport with another one — or even revise your design — you can.

This is especially useful if you’re on the fence about which specific features or customization options you should include, as it will give you the freedom to make adjustments based on your experience with it.

Once you pay your 10 percent deposit, we’ll work with you to find a suitable date when our experienced crews can deliver and install your new aluminum car port.

We do, however, require you to be on site for the delivery — just to make sure everything’s in order. But if anything comes up and you need to change the delivery date, that’s not a problem.

If you’re interested in buying an alloy canopy or would like to learn more about our aluminum carports prices, please contact us today.