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How would like to wake up every day and always have a dry vehicle outdoors? Think about the times in which inclement weather made getting to work on time difficult: shoveling your vehicle out after the last snow storm or scraping off from rain freezing to the surface. Wouldn't it be great to just turn on your car and go? Carport canopies offer such convenience. As an affordable storage solution, carport canopies shelter your vehicle in all types of weather.
Carport canopies consist powder-coated steel frames and polyethylene tarps. The tarp is treated to be waterproof, UV resistant, mildew resistant, and waterproof, and this combination of properties keeps UV rays and water away from your vehicle. The steel frame, additionally, is strong once anchored into the ground. In inclement weather, a carport canopy's steel frame stays strong against winds up to 95 miles per hour and heavy snow falls.
Carport canopies come in two styles: valance and enclosed. The latter is more common and consists of an open, peaked steel frame structure with a polyethylene tarp on top. Enclosed canopies have the same metal frame but tarps are used on all sides; the shelter may be equipped with a zipper or rollup door in front.
A valance shelter, however, can be modified by additional tarps. If you want to turn a valance carport into an enclosed canopy, an enclosure kit or tarps of the right size need to be ordered and installed.
While these portable shelters offer many protective properties at an affordable price, you might be asking yourself, "How do I set up carport canopies?" The shelters are relatively simple to set up and involve following instructions with each kit, but the key component is anchoring the shelter. All poles can be set in concrete in the ground, or an anchoring kit used. Without anchoring, the shelter will not be as strong as it can be.