Effective 3/15/21: There will be a 20% manufacturer surcharge added to pricing.
A metal carport is a practical solution to protect vehicles or other property. Carports are more affordable than a fully built garage and can offer similar protection for cars, trucks, RVs, or farm equipment. And at Alan’s Factory Outlet, our metal carport prices will ensure that you get a durable structure at low cost. We can help you find the best deal on metal carports with our highly affordable prices.
These metal carport prices are applicable to Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.
How Much Does a Metal Carport Cost?
Metal carport prices will vary depending on the style and size of the carport you choose. Our prices typically range from $1,095 to $4,195. Metal carport prices are subject to change without notice, but we pride ourselves on offering the most affordable carports around.
Free delivery and installation on all orders over $7,200. Orders Under $7,200 Pick up only.
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Your Location and Carport Prices
Metal carport prices will vary depending on where you live: Your state may have different building standards for affordable carports, and your structure will need to withstand different weather conditions. That’s why Alan’s Factory Outlet metal carports are built differently in Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, and Pennsylvania: They’re fully braced with the tubing 4 feet on center, but due to the additional labor and materials required, these metal carport prices are a little bit higher. That’s also true of Florida, which has unique specifications that your carport must meet. That’s why our steel carport prices for Florida delivery are also a bit more than the prices for other southern states. But no matter where you live, you’ll find the best deal on metal carports at Alan’s Factory Outlet.
Other states with different price lists are as follows:
How Much Higher Are Carport Prices With Installation?
When you buy our durable metal carports to protect your property, delivery and installation is always free for orders over $3,600!
Standard Carport Sizes and Styles
We carry regular, boxed-eave, and vertical-roof carports, and sizes range from 12 by 21 feet to 24 by 41 feet. Here’s what they look like and how much they cost:
How Big Is a 2-Car Carport Inside? How to Calculate Clearance
Let’s say you are considering buying a regular carport to house your RV that is 12 feet wide and 36 feet long with legs that stand 12 feet tall. This regular-style carport will have 12-foot legs at the bottom of the bend. As you move toward the center of the carport, the height (clearance) will increase. At about 6 inches from the side, the carport is 1 foot taller, making the clearance 13 feet. All regular-style carports are like this. At the center of the carport, the peak headroom clearance on these 12-foot-leg and 12-foot-wide carports are 14 feet 3 inches, 2 feet 3 inches more than the height of the leg. This is demonstrated below. The top peak of the carport stands at 14 feet 9 inches tall, 2 feet 9 inches more than the leg height ordered. It’s important to remember that this isn’t the headroom of the carport but the clearance above the braces.
How Long Does Delivery Take?
Estimated Delivery Time for Carports and Metal Garages
Orders $7,200 and more:
- 99% of Orders are Delivered within 90 to 180 days
- 1% of Orders are Delivered within 180 days or More
Orders Under $7,200 Pick up only
Please keep in mind the above estimated time frame is not a guarantee and simply forecasted based on current trends. Additionally, during winter months there is a greater chance of exceeding the above delivery times due to common winter storms in many locations.
Special Note For Orders Placed After September 1st:
Any installations/deliveries occurring in: IN, KS, MD, MO, OH, PA & WV will most likely be delayed until Spring, due to common winter storms in these states.