The default function that most people have in mind for a carport is for it to serve as a parking space. Whether you don’t have an attached garage on your property or you just need extra covered parking, a carport can do the job beautifully. But that’s far from the only function that your new carport can serve. There are many creative ways to design your carport so it can provide more than just parking.
There are plenty of options available when you need to find a way to protect your car or truck. You could park inside a garage, of course, but in the absence of a garage, you might turn to something like a carport or car canopy to get the job done. But are these the same thing? They are not, although they do share some similarities. Let’s take a closer look in the article below.
Anytime you add to your property, you want to think about what that change is going to do to the value of your home. It’s likely that your home is your most valuable asset, so doing something that will cause its value to go down is not a desirable move. In the process of planning to add a new carport to your property, you may have wondered about how that new structure will impact your home’s value.
Many of our customers are proudly independent landowners who work hard for everything they have. Among this crowd, the urge to handle projects on a DIY basis is strong, as these people would generally rather build than buy. If this sounds like you, the notion of building your own carport may have crossed your mind.