Boxed Eve Trim:
boxed eve trim is used as a finishing touch on boxed eve style structures. The trim provides a boxy look on the sides of the structure.
The square tubing on which the legs of the carport sits on.
Anchors used in installations on concrete in place of rebar.
Corner braces help reinforce the structure of the building or carport 4, two foot long corner braces come standard on all structures, and more are available at an additional cost.
Double trusses are used in our triple wide structures, which begin at 26 feet to 30 feet wide, and are designed to provide additional support.
A horizontal panel with the same cure as the truss on either end of the structure that extends from the top of the legs [. Gable Ends can be installed in vertically at an additional cost.
Garage Roll Up Door:
The garage doors roll up into a cylinder above the opening rather than pulled back along a track.
Headers are placed at the top of the doorframe when an opening or garage door on the side is requested.
J-Trim is used as decorative trim around walk-in doors and windows.
L-Trim is used as decoration on the ends of Classical Style structures to provide a finished look. L-Trim is also used around the edges of garage doors and portions of the Boxed Eve Style structures.
Legs are the lengths of square tubing that elevate the top portion of the structure.
Optional window is 30” x 30”
Optional walk in door size is 36” x 72”
Mobile Home Anchors:
Mobile home anchors are used strictly for ground installations.
Paneling is 29-gauge steel and comes in standard lengths of 21’, 26’ and 31’ and in 13 different colors, available at no additional cost.
14-gauge square tubing comes standard but customer can upgrade and make structure stronger by using 12-gauge square tubing. 12 gauge also comes with a 20-year rustproof warranty on framing of structure.
Rebar anchors are approximately 3 foot long pieces of rebar with a 5/8” nut welded on one end. Rebar anchors are used as a TEMPORARY anchor only.
Ridge caps are used on Vertical Style structure roofs only to cover the gap at the peak of the roof, where the separate roofing panels meet.
A truss is a single piece of square tubing bent to make the roof of a structure.