Our double-car carports are built to stand up to even the harshest weather conditions and keep your vehicles safe.
If you are like most Americans, your car is your primary form of transportation. Because you rely on your car for so much of your daily routine—commuting to work, dropping your kids off, getting groceries, etc.—it’s important to keep it in good condition. To do that, you will need to keep your car under cover when you’re not using it to protect it from the wind and rain, as well as from any falling debris in storms.
While many homes these days are equipped with carports, most households now have two vehicles, which means you will need a double-car carport to accommodate both. Fortunately, our team at Smith Quality Buildings has the right experience to build the ideal double-car carports to suit your needs.
All our carports are designed and built to stand up to even the harshest weather conditions. They can withstand winds of up to 125 mph, which means you won’t have to worry about the structure collapsing or going flying in a storm. In addition, we build the roofs of both our standard and double-car carports to hold up to 30 pounds of snow per square foot, so you won’t have to worry on that front either.
We are proud to serve the community here in Greenville, Texas, and we want to help you make sure your cars are protected from the elements. If your household’s current carport isn’t big enough to accommodate all your vehicles, we encourage you to give us a call to learn more about our double-car carports.
At Smith Quality Buildings, we construct double-car 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.