Keep your vehicle in the shade and out of the rain with our custom-made carports.
Have you ever parked your car in the sun during the summer and then regretted it once you had to touch the hot steering wheel and seatbelt? Or have you washed the dirt off your vehicle only for it to rain the next day and leave unsightly water spots on your windshield? Almost everyone has been there.
Keeping your vehicle shaded and safe from the elements is important no matter where you live, but not everyone can do that as easily as others. Maybe you don’t have a garage, or maybe just you have a large RV that definitely wouldn’t fit in a garage. Whatever your situation is, our team at Smith Quality Buildings is more than prepared to help you protect your vehicle in Greenville, Texas with one of our single-car carports.
Our single-car carports are designed to endure even the harshest of conditions. They can withstand wind speeds of up to 125 mph and hold up to 30 pounds per square foot of snow. We can also reinforce your carport with 14-gauge galvanized metal. As a result, you can have confidence that that carport we build for you will remain upright and protect your vehicle effectively.
We are all about providing single-car carports that are built according to the specific needs of each client, so you can rest assured that we will construct your carport with your situation in mind. We would be happy to discuss your options with you and address any concerns you have. Contact us today for more information.
At Smith Quality Buildings, we construct single-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.