Our RV carports offer the ideal way to protect your vehicle from the elements.
In order to keep your vehicle in the best possible condition, you should store it in a garage or carport to protect it from the elements. This also holds true for larger vehicles like RVs—even though they are designed for camping, they should still be stored under cover when not in use to keep them in good shape.
Unfortunately, most homes lack carports that are big enough to accommodate an RV, but our team at Smith Quality Buildings can help fix that. We have over 15 years of experience in the construction industry, and we have built many RV carports over the years. If you want to ensure that your RV won’t be damaged by the elements, we encourage you to give us a call.
Our team builds RV carports to stand up to even the harshest weather conditions, just like we do for all our carports. We use 14-gauge galvanized metal to reinforce the walls and roof to give it extra strength and durability—in fact, we build our carports to be strong enough to withstand winds of up to 125 miles per hour, and to hold up to 30 pounds of snow per square foot. No matter what the weather has to throw at you, you can rest assured that your RV carport will remain standing and give your vehicle the robust protection it needs.
We are proud to serve the McKinney, Texas community, and we want to help you keep your RV in the best possible condition. If you are interested in learning more about our RV carports, we encourage you to give us a call.
At Smith Quality Buildings, we construct RV 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.