Our custom carports are built to last, featuring 14-gauge galvanized metal reinforcements.
Parking a vehicle outside can be problematic for a number of reasons. Whether it’s your car that you drive to and from work every day or your recreational vehicle, constant exposure to the elements can lead to damage that’s costly to repair. Although vehicles are designed to be outdoors, certain components work better and last longer when they’re not exposed to significant temperature swings and climate condition changes. Additionally, trees can drop sap and leaves, the wind can blow debris into the vehicle, and the harsh UV rays from the sun can cause damage to the exterior paint job.
Protecting your vehicle from the elements might seem impossible if your Greenville, Texas property doesn’t have a garage. But at Smith Quality Buildings, we can help you solve this problem. We design and construct custom carports for clients that will provide the protection needed at a fraction of the cost of a garage. Our custom carports are built to last, featuring 14-gauge galvanized metal reinforcements. They can also withstand winds of up to 125 miles per hour and hold up to 30 pounds of snow per square foot.
Since we build custom carports, we can create something that fits the specifications of your vehicle. We don’t take a cookie-cutter approach to any of the projects we tackle. Instead, we’ll take your needs and desires into account so that you get a carport that is functional and protects your vehicle, whether it’s a small sports car or a large recreational vehicle.
At Smith Quality Buildings, we construct custom carports for people in Greenville, Bonham, Farmersville, Caddo Mills, Denison, Garland, Rockwall, Royse City, Sherman, Princeton, Fate, Heath, Forney, Dallas, Plano, Sachse, Wylie, Lavon, Nevada, Josephine, McKinney, Blue Ridge, Melissa, Allen, Celina, Prosper, Denton, Little Elm, Quinlan, Lone Oak, Terrell, McLendon-Chisholm, Union Valley, Emory, Sulphur Springs, Cumby, Campbell, Commerce, Wolfe City, Celeste, Leonard, Trenton, Whitewright, Bells, Paris, Howe, Van Alstyne, Anna, Tom Bean, Whitesboro, Dekalb, Mount Vernon, and Mount Pleasant, Texas.