Quality and affordability are two traits that describe the regular (rounded corner) carports offered by Coast to Coast Carports. The industrial design with superior building materials allows Coast to Coast Carports to erect shockingly sturdy metal carports at very low prices. As the most affordable carport offered by this steel building manufacturer, the regular style carport remains the most popular style among new shoppers.
Regular style carports are available in 12 and 14 gauge steel framing. The 14 gauge is standard, but if upgraded to the stronger 12 gauge steel, the building will receive a 20 year rust through warranty. Certification is also available on the Regular style carports. At different levels of certification, a regular style carport can be constructed to meet or exceed building codes and regulations in most areas.
All regular style carports come with a standard horizontal roof. The 29 gauge panels run perpendicular to the bows (metal arches that make up the framework of the roof) and assist in the structural integrity. Additional braces and bows may also be added to increase the vigor of the steel building.
Options that are available for the regular style carport include gabled ends, extra panels, extra braces, extra bows and legs, height extensions, pitch adjustment (standard pitch is 3/12), concrete anchors, mobile home anchors, optional ground concrete supports, 12 gauge upgrade, certification, roof insulation, and 12 color options.internal Request a Catalog https://www.coast-to-coastcarports.com/contact/
When determining the clearance of a regular style carport you will start with your leg height. Then, the roof has a standard pitch of 3/12, meaning that for every 12 feet of width, the roof will rise 3 feet. To make this math easier, that is the same as a ¼ pitch, so for every 4’ over, go up one foot. From the top of the legs to the point at which the roof begins to slop on a regular style building there is about nine inches. To break this down on an example of an 18’ wide regular style carport with a leg height of 6 foot, you will calculate the clearance as follows: First take the leg height of 6’ and add the 9” to the roof where it starts to slope. Now you’re at 6’9”. Next you will move towards the peak (or center of the building) and count 4 feet in, then move up 1 foot. Now at 4’ inward you have a clearance of 7’9”. Repeat this until you reach the peak of the building. In this case it is 9’ from a leg to the peak so the rise will be 2’4” plus the original 9” from the leg, plus the leg height. So, in total, the peak will have a clearance of about 9’2”. However, you must take in account for the top brace that will lower your peak by a few inches.
Every carport from Coast to Coast Carports comes with Free delivery and installation weather it is on ground or cement. When a carports is being installed on cement it will come with cement anchor bolts that are pounded into a drilled hole and then bolted o the base rail of the carport. When a carport is being installed on the ground, it is the customers’ responsibility to level the ground and call the ‘call before you dig’ people. Carports on the ground are installed with the standard pin anchors. The pin anchors are classified as temporary and it is recommended that buyers upgrade to stronger anchors if wind or snow conditions are a threat. The pin anchor is a 3’ rebar anchor with a nail head top, and is pounded into the ground through the base rail of the carport.