Looking for the absolute BEST way to protect your car, truck, motorcycle, RV, or other vehicles from damaging elements like sun, rain, wind, snow, sleet, and hail? Then come see THE BOSS and check out our many premium vertical roof carport options!
Vertical roof metal carports are really your best option for covering one, two, or three vehicles, and they’re also the best design for shelters of larger dimensions. With a vertical steel carport, you can go as big as 70’ wide without compromising any structural integrity. Read on to learn more about these incredibly sturdy metal structures!
If you’ve been shopping for metal carports, you’ve probably learned that they typically come in three roof styles – regular, A-frame (or boxed eave), and vertical. What’s different about vertical? Like the boxed eave carport, a vertical carport is built on an A-frame design. The key visible difference is that the roof panels are oriented vertically instead of horizontally. The vertical paneling directs away rain, snow, and debris more easily.
14 gauge galvanized steel framing with center bracing and 29 gauge metal roofing. All base units have 6’ legs spaced 5’ on center or less, and (4) 2’ corner braces for added strength and stability. Concrete or rebar anchors included.
You can design your own custom building with THE BOSS!
For the purposes of shedding precipitation and debris off of your roof, nothing beats the vertical orientation of roof paneling on a vertical metal carport. Rain and snow are able to glide right off with ease! But that’s not the only thing that’s better about a vertical carport. Because it’s built on a rugged A-frame with additional reinforcements added, the vertical roof is also the sturdiest available metal carport. Nothing beats the performance, resilience, and flexibility of design that comes with a premium vertical roof. THE BOSS is pleased to offer vertical steel structures in a number of popular designs, including carports, garages, barns, workshops, and more!
You can buy steel carports from a lot of places, but not all steel carports are the same. With THE BOSS, you can customize your vertical carport any way you want. You can choose your preferred building dimensions, additional paneling, trim options, colors, and much more!
How many vehicles do you need to cover? Got other items you’d like to cover too? We can provide vertial steel carports to cover one, two, three, four vehicles, or more! You decide the width, length, and height that work best for you. Got any special design considerations? We can definitely work with you!
14-gauge is a typical standard for steel carports, but you may want to consider a thicker 12-gauge for an even sturdier building. The gauge you choose for your metal roofing and any additional siding is for you to decide, as well.
You can go with a standard open-air vertical carport, but you’ve also got other options. Want to add some extra side panels for more protection or privacy? Or how about fully enclosing your carport and making it a garage? We can create combination utility structures, too.
Add decorative gables to the front, back, or both. Place some decorative J-trim around the edges of your panels. What type of install site do you have? We have anchors to match almost every type of foundation, including plain level ground.
Your vertical roof carport doesn’t have to be boring. What color or colors would you prefer for your roof paneling, trim, and any side paneling? We have many popular color choices, and you can also choose a two-tone option if you like.
Obviously a vertical carport is perfect for covering 1, 2, 3, or more vehicles, but there are many more ways you can utilize these versatile structures, too. Got other items you’d like to be able to protect from the elements? You can do that and more:
These structures were originally designed to provide superior protection for cars, trucks, motorcycles, RVs, and other vehicles. You really can’t go wrong with using one of these vertical steel carports for that purpose!
You can store much more than just vehicles in a vertical carport; you can keep pretty much everything else under these sturdy metal structures, too. Need to cover lawn and garden equipment? Seasonal decorations? Recreational equipment? Other stuff you can’t fit anywhere else? Now you can.
Maybe you’d just really like to have some covered outdoor space for being able to work on a vehicle, hammer out a carpentry project, or pursue some other hobbies. Vertical carports give you the freedom to make it happen!
Wish you could send your kids outside to play, but the weather just isn’t cooperating? A vertical steel carport offers shelter from sun, rain, and snow, and lets your kids still be able to enjoy some “outside time” regardless of what the weather’s doing.
Have a barbeque. Host a neighborhood cookout or other community event. These vertical carports offer lots of flexibility for holding outside meals and fellowships. There’s honestly no limit to the number of ways you can take advantage of these metal structures!
THE BOSS can help you design the vertical carport you need, and we’ll have it engineered it to meet your exact requirements. A 12’x21’ vertical carport is a great size for covering a single vehicle one, but you can adjust the dimensions accordingly, including the width, length, and height. Need to go really big? We can create structures up to 70’ wide if that’s what you need. Just let us know how you want to use your building, and we’ll help you get the right building for you!
We can help you get your building for less, too. How are we able to do that? By working directly with the manufacturers themselves, we can offer you your building for less. Your final price will ultimately be determined by a few factors, including the size of your building, the customization options you choose, and your specific install location. We deliver and install within our service area for no additional charge, too. Looking for some financing options? We offer both traditional financing as well as rent-to-own packages for your convenience. If you have more specific pricing questions about a custom vertical carport, just give us a shout; we’d be happy to talk with you!
One of the first things you should decide is how you plan to use your steel carport. Consider how much space you’ll need to accommodate your vehicles, outdoor items, supplies, or whatever else you plan to cover. Factor in the length, width, and height of each of these items so you’re sure to get a large enough carport. In hindsight, many customers wish they’d chosen a bigger building, not a smaller one. Once you’ve made a decision and placed your building order with us, here are some things you should do to get your site ready for installation:
BOSS BUILDINGS is headquartered in western North Carolina, but we’re happy to serve many Southern and Eastern states. We deliver and install at no extra charge in the following states: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. We don’t make you worry about how to get the components to your site, or how to get your carport put up. Our team will take care of it! Just make sure you’ve covered the basic site preparation needs mentioned above.
Why choose THE BOSS? Because our metal buildings are better, we’ve got better prices, and we get you your building FAST! Our mission at Boss Buildings is very clear: we’re here to get you the quality metal carport, building, or structure you need, period. And thanks to our preferred manufacturer relationships, we can get you your building with a shorter lead time, too. Reach out to us, and let THE BOSS help you get the A-frame carport you need!
THE BOSS is here to provide a full selection of metal buildings and steel structures, including metal carports in several roof styles. We’ve got what you need!
Regular roof carports have a popular rounded look, and feature horizontal roof paneling. Regular roofs are an economical choice, and they offer reliable protection from sun and rain.
The A-frame or boxed-eave carport’s roof looks more like a typical house roof, and includes horizontal roof panels. The A-frame is a strong design which makes for a rugged building.