Eagle Carports, Inc has a a wide selection of standard carport sizes, which are suitable for most of our customers. We can also create custom buildings. To view photos of actual carport installations, click here.
We offer three primary roof designs. One of which is the Standard Rolled-Corner design, the other design is the A-frame with Boxed Eave, and our Vertical Roof design. All designs can be constructed in the 12 Gauge, 14 Gauge, and Certified configurations.
BOXED EAVE STYLE
VERTICAL ROOF STYLE
Photo shown above has optional extra bracing.
We also offer a variety of options with our carports. On both the standard type and the A-frame type, the carport comes with a Standard Horizontal Roof. The roof panels run parallel to the side of the carport. With our A-frame with Boxed Eave products, you can choose to have the panels installed vertically at an additional charge. You should consider purchasing additional panels to the side of your carport to keep the blowing rain off of your vehicles or equipment. Also consider the addition of gable ends to your carport, especially if you are placing the carport near your home. It makes the carport stronger and it has a much nicer curb appeal. To view photos of actual carport installations, click here.
Our windows are constructed of durable heavy duty aluminum and are 30"x30" in size, they come standard with screens to keep out insects. They are trimmed with J-trim color of your choice for a finished appearance.
Our walk-in-doors are 36"x80" in size. These can be placed on either the ends or on the sides of your carport depending on leg height. Each door comes with its own set of keys for extra security.
Corner Braces are constucted of galvanized steel, it is a U - shaped brace and comes in either 2 or 3 foot long. We recommned adding 2' braces to buildings up to 8' tall (leg height), and over 9' we recommmend using 3' braces on every leg to strengthen the caport even more.
We offer a varitey of garage doors, from a 6x6 up to a 10x10 size door. Our roll up garage door can be placed on either the ends of your building or even on the sides, provided there is enough clearence.