Carolina Carports, Inc. began in 1997 and is located in Dobson, North Carolina. Well known for their large selection this company uses quality materials, equipment, and the latest technologies to create metal structures including regular (standard rolled-corner), boxed eve (standard boxed-corner), and A-frame vertical carports and garages. We provide quality metal structures including garages, mini storage units, and warehouses.
Metal Carport and Building Styles
Enterprise Center specialize in metal storage buildings including Standard Metal Carports, Boxed Eave Carports, Vertical Carports, Side Entry Carports, Triple Wide Carports, 40′ Wide Shelters, Utility Combos, Enclosed Standard Garages, Boxed Eave Garages, Vertical Garages, Side Entry Garages, RV Covers, Boat Covers, Metal Commercial Buildings, Picnic Shelters, Metal Carolina Barns, Metal Seneca Barns, Horse Barns, Horse Run-In Shelters and many other steel structures.
Units can be purchased with Standard Style Roofing, Boxed Eave Style Roofing and Vertical Style Roofing.
Carolina Carports by Enterprise Center
Finding the best and most durable metal carports for sale and to meet your personal need can be fairly easy once you understand a little bit about the different types of structures such as which material, style, size, and installation is available on the market today.
Certified Carports and Buildings
Enterprise Center offers certified buildings that meets 150 mph winds. Certified carports and buildings are engineered to meet Texas wind. Our steel carports and buildings are also offered in both 12 gauge and 14 gauge framing. Our portable covers and carports are available in 13 different colors. Our steel covers are longer lasting than wood carports and more affordable than aluminum carports.
Types of Metal Carports and Buildings
A well installed metal carport can protect your personal belongings from weather events like rain storms with damaging winds and hail. Daily exposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays and heat can also cause extensive damage to the interior and exterior finish of your valued property. Today’s metal carport are shelters that provide protection from the elements while also providing you with easy access to all types of vehicles including cars, trucks, boats, RVs, and other recreational or service equipment. Deciding on a type of carport or garage is probably the most difficult part in the selection process. Carports come in two basic types:
Completely Enclosed Carports
Partially enclosed units work well when installed adjacent to your home. Partially opened units are also considered portable and can easily be moved should you decide to relocate it to another place.
Partially Enclosed Carports
Completely enclosed structures can be installed anywhere on your property as long as the location is within the limits of your local codes requirements. Closed structures have the advantage of completely eliminating all exposure to the outdoor conditions. You can also lock up the unit so that your equipment is completely secure at all times.
Installing a Metal Carport or Building
Before purchasing a carport or garage you will need to find out if a permit is required for the installation of the structure in your particular area. The local codes enforcement department which is typically located at the city municipality building will be able to advise you correctly. It is important that you know about permit requirements in your area. You should also consult with the local utility companies of your area before installing any outdoor structure that requires digging just in case there are any underground wires or pipes in the area where you plan to install your carport.
Free Delivery and Set-Up
Enterprise Center offers FREE delivery and installation on Carolina Carports Metal Carports, with no hidden charges or fees, in 24 different states in the USA. Those states include: Alabama, Arkansas, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.