Our customer, Steve, approached us with a requirement for a freestanding single Carport Canopy to cover and protect his vehicle. Steve already had an existing garage in place, but it was contaminated with asbestos. Steve had his garage removed by specialists and opted for a Carport, as it was the only logical option. Steve’s previous garage wasn’t very wide, therefore he had no place to store his vehicle.
Installed recently in West Sussex, our custom designed Horse Box Canopy with Larch infills has really set the bar high. The Rain Screen Rhombus shaped larch infills not only look amazing but also provide great protection from the prevailing winds and driving rain.
Shaheen approached us with a need for a curved carport installed at his home in Kingston Upon Thames. He wanted to protect his vehicles from the acorn tree above, as it was damaging his vehicles and making a mess. Our steel carport appealed to him so much as he recognised that it would provide much more effective, longer-lasting protection that an aluminium carport.
Our free standing front-end parking canopy gave our customer premium coverage, great value for money and full protection from the elements. Our customer, Simona approached us wanting a double parking canopy to be installed at the side of her property in Ulceby.
Keith approached us with the requirement for a long driveway carport/canopy to be installed at the side of his property. The carport canopy needed to be fairly long so that it would stretch the length of his property, all the way up to the garage. Keith wanted as much privacy as possible for when he is parked and/or working on the driveway.
Our customer Tony, approached us with a requirement for a quarter curve carport. Aesthetics were very important to Tony as the carport was to be installed at the side of his property, behind his gate. Our most stylish canopy was the ideal choice for Tony with its premium quality and extremely contemporary appearance, mainly due to the contrast between his grey fascia, windows, doors and framework. The initial visit to Sutton Coldfield was to discuss his needs, the area was relatively straightforward to cover.
Ralph approached us with a need of a carport canopy situated at the side of his property, in front of his garage. Ralph already had an existing carport, but it was damaged and needed to be removed. Ralph wanted something that was contemporary, curved and something that would match the colour of the modifications made to his house.
Our customer, Peter, approached us with a requirement for a single carport to be installed to the side of his garage. Peter has an unusual garage roof, which varies in shape and height. Nevertheless, we knew that our wall attached carport would meet all of our customer’s requirements.
Beth at Cowan Architects approached us with a requirement for a wide double carport to be installed at the front of their customer’s property. Cowan Architects predominantly deal with homes that are set up for the disabled. We had to meet certain requirements, such as working around the soffits, fascias, roof line and the downpipe position. The downpipe had to exit into the existing eco drain.
Geoffrey contacted us with the requirement for a wall attached carport canopy at the side of his property, where he could store his classic car. Geoffrey previously had a canopy, which he had removed. The quarter curve carport canopy is definitely the best fit with the space available.