This aluminium carport is the perfect choice for those who want a practical and elegant shelter for their vehicle. It balances a sensible and robust aluminium frame with classy polycarbonate panels to provide the owner with the necessary protection and stylish new addition to their home.
The Curved Roof
We believe that the curved carport is preferable to a flat roof, not just because of the obvious increased aesthetic appeal but also for practical reasons that will transform your car parking experience.
A curved roof carport allows for greater overhead clearance, enabling the shelter to protect taller cars than if it used a flat roof.
The curve is also essential to the water drainage of your carport roof. A flat-top can mean that water gets trapped above the vehicle, which often results in having to empty it yourself manually or overflowing. With our carport, you won't have to worry.
The curve ensures that rainwater simply trickles off the canopy, into the gutter, and out the gutter head - directing water away from the vehicle.
We've ensured that our carport is the ideal choice for all vehicles by sizing the structure to fit a wide range of car sizes. We've achieved this by giving the carport a wide entry point.
The exact measurements at the highest point of the carport are w: 300cm x h: 219cm x d: 505cm.
This carport involves a simple installation process that we encourage you to do again and again (if you want). The structure is designed to be dismantled and relocated freely, so we've made the ease of installation fuss-free to reflect this.
The Kingston Curved Carport is designed to stand year-round, and so it's prepared to withstand extreme weather conditions. The frame and roof are designed for rain protection and sun protection.
The polycarbonate roof panels, grey powder-coated aluminium, and galvanised steel offer defence against the elements.
Polycarbonate sheeting is a particularly impressive material against sun exposure. It has 100% UV protection, even when only a thin layer is used. So, the corrugated polycarbonate roof panels on this carport provide strength to the shelter's structure and safety against harmful sunlight. Not to mention the ample shading the roof provides, preventing the vehicle from overheating.
Though this shelter is designed as a carport, its benefits are not exclusive to this purpose. In fact, the weather protection it offers is universally beneficial if you want to spend time in your garden.
You can treat the space as a location for gatherings, arranging garden furniture underneath, or as an outdoor kitchen for barbequing. The beauty of the shelter is it can be used for different purposes, in various locations around your garden, throughout the year.
You won't need planning permission to construct this carport in the UK because it is less than 4 metres tall and detached from the main building. You need to follow some specific rules and regulations when adding your carport to your home, so be sure to read the local guidelines on the subject.