Installed recently in North Devon our custom designed carport with timber infills has really set the bar high. Rhombus shaped Larch infills look amazing.
Hot dip galvanised, Jet black powder coating and opal polycarbonate. Our customer was blown away by his double Clapham carport that fully protect his vehicles all year around.
We provided our customer with a long walkway canopy that is structurally sound and fits like a glove. A dry space has been created right up the driveway.
Our bespoke design enabled us to create a dry space for Janet all year round, using made-to-measure canopies that are stunning, practical and structurally safe.
This bespoke modern carport featured varying concrete footings and footplates, varying widths and lengths, cranked posts and also a gallows beam which enabled the carport to fit perfectly without being obtrusive. This is a prime example of a made-to-measure carport canopy.
Our double Europort doesn’t just offer full coverage and protection to our customer’s vehicles but looks absolutely stunning whilst doing so.
Paul, our customer approached us with a requirement for a carport canopy at the side of his property as he wanted to protect his vehicles from the high winds, bird feces, and falling debris from the trees… he loved the look of our contemporary carports.
Stephen and Lynne approached us with a requirement for a quarter curved carport to protect their vehicle and themselves from the harsh and unpredictable weather that we face in this country.
A fresh caravan carport installed to shelter and protect from the weather, trees and birds. Colour matched to the surroundings this canopy blends perfectly.
Dr Nasar (our customer) approached us with a requirement for a canopy which would perform 3 tasks, Carport, Covered patio area & covered area between his house and office (converted garage). Initially Dr Nasar, only wanted a canopy to cover the patio area but his wife wanted the canopy extending to the front of the garage which would incorporate the carport and also allow enough space for her washing line to go under the canopy 🙂 The initial visit was very detailed and fairly complicated, as to get the most from the area and for the canopy to be at it’s most efficient, we decided the canopy needed to be wall attached and also attached to the converted garage. Designing the canopy to this specification, created quite a few issues, which we needed to make sure were addressed at the measuring and design stage: Soil & Downpipes on the house to be avoided. Garage/Office not built parallel to the house. Shed