Carport Kits by ShelterLogic
It isn't surprising that carport kits are a popular option in the U.S. For a long time, America has, on average, had at least two cars per household. We managed to avoid this statistic for years by having just one car, and didn't get a second car until my daughter turned 16, and spent her hard earned cash of $1000 on a car that was as old as she was. It wasn't too much later that my husband got a motorcycle, after all, you have to do something like that when you turn 40! We also had a little utility trailer that sat at the side of the driveway. In a few short years, we had joined the ranks of millions of Americans and had accumulated extra vehicles. The 1970's house we were living in had a two car garage, but we drove a large Suburban, so with storage, the motorcycle was all that would fit in the garage. Like many others we were looking for alternative storage to protect our vehicles.
With only a little bit of looking around, we found some great carport kits. These kits have many advantages, a few of them are:
- They are easy to set up.
- They offer your car year round protection, from winter's inclement weather, and from the damaging affects of the summer's UV rays.
- Besides protection from the sun, it also gives you a bit of shade so that your car doesn't get so hot inside.
- You can set them up most anywhere. A concrete slab is great, but not necessary.
- If you move, you can take it down and move it with you.
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