Our customer Steven, approached us with a requirement for a quarter curve carport. Steven designed and built his own house, therefore Aesthetics were very important to him. As Steven wanted his carport installed on his driveway, exceeding the projection of his property, planning permission was required. Steven went through planning permission himself.
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.
Mandy approached us with a requirement for a carport canopy to replace her existing garage, which was contaminated with asbestos. Mandy arranged for her garage to be taken down by asbestos specialists. Her previous garage wasn’t wide enough to store a vehicle in, so she wanted her new carport canopy to cover her property and provide parking and shelter right to the back of the property. Mandy wanted a gate installed on the front of her carport, so with that in mind we manufactured and supplied a post with welded gate hooks.
We recently installed 4 identical carports for North Ayrshire Council on one of their new housing development sites in Irvine. All four of the carports had larch infills, which really set the bar high. The larch infills not only look amazing but also provide great protection from the prevailing winds and rain.
James reached out to us in need of a Carport Europort with rhombus shaped larch wooden infills. The Rhombus shaped Larch infills not only look amazing but also provide great protection from the prevailing winds and driving rain.