Published at Tuesday, May 29th 2018. by Alissa Williamson in Carport Design.
There are some metal carports that actually resemble wood. This type of carport is built with 6 by 6 metal legs that resemble timber legs. The finishing work on this type of carport tends to be a little less ornate than that found on real wooden ones. There are advantages and disadvantages to this type of structure. The major disadvantage commonly mentioned is the lack of a construction project feel. Lots of guys relish the idea of getting out the table saw and hammering a few nails. This type of experience is lost if building with pre-formed metal.
The value added to the property exists because covered spaces are always an attractive add-on that potential buyers of commercial property may be looking for. The value added in terms of employee or customer good will is also invaluable. An employee who has a carport to park his car under and to walk under to avoid the rain for example may have a boost in morale if he/she feels that his employer is looking out for his best interests by providing the carport.
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Consider adding a flat roof carport to your home. The addition of a flat roof carport or any type of aluminum carports can be a wise investment.
Carports arent necessarily just for cars. Use your imagination. A stand alone wooden carport can possibly used as a gazebo or dining area in the back or side yards. A lean to wooden carport could be fashioned into a side porch. The carport could even have multiple uses. It could be a living space in the summer months and a car storage area in the snowy winter months.
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