Model # CP1010

Internet #100660034

null 10 ft. x 10 ft. Vinyl-Coated Steel Carport
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10 ft. x 10 ft. Vinyl-Coated Steel Carport

$772.41 /each

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Product Overview

Perfect for your house or trailer home, our sturdy vinyl-coated, electro-galvanized steel patio cover/carport protects your deck, patio or vehicle. With pre-cut, pre-drilled and well labeled parts, this structure can be built as a large DIY project, saving hundreds on professional assembly. Place this free standing structure wherever you need it most knowing that with our premium 15-year warranty, your investment will withstand the test of time.

  • Vinyl coated HDG steel for exceptional corrosion resistance
  • Long-lasting vinyl-coating over galvanized steel has 5 times coating thickness than standard steel buildings
  • Use as a carport for additional storage of vehicles, lawn equipment and boats or use as patio cover for shelter from the elements
  • 755 cubic feet capacity – with substantial footprint sizes of 10 ft. x 10 ft.
  • Appealing single-tone aesthetics in eggshell to complement building exteriors
  • DIY assembly with pre-cut and pre-drilled parts

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Customer Questions & Answers

i know the post go in the ground in concrete, but how long are the post before going in the ground?

Asked by: Anonymous
The Posts don't have to go into the ground they are anchored to the Concrete footings you pour in the ground.This depends on your area and weather. Check with your local Building dept. for specifics.
Answered by: njfhotrocks
Date published: 2017-02-23

Is the roof level or is there a pitch to run off water? what would be the snow load for this unit? What about the 20 foot model?

Living in Colorado, I worry about the snow load for the unit as well as drainage. What is the slope? Can this be anchored to concrete? How thick is the metal in the posts, roof, etc. Where can I get more manufacture infomation?
Asked by: Anonymous
As far as drainage is concerned you can pitch the roof just by shortening the columns on the side you want the drainage to go. About a 2 to 3% slope should do. The Snow load would be my concern as it is only designed for a 20 lb per square foot Live load.Check with your Building dept for the Snow load in your area.
Answered by: njfhotrocks
Date published: 2016-05-26

Can this product be purchased in the following dimensions: 10 ft wide x 15 ft long?

Can this product be purchased in the following dimensions: 10 ft wide x 15 ft long?
Asked by: Meadowlark
At present this product comes only in 10 ft. x 10 ft. and 10 ft. x 20 ft. dimensions.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-03-20

How tall is the 10ft X 10ft carport

Also can I bolt it to wooden deck
Asked by: Hummingbird
The height of the carport is 96 inches.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-11-04
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10 ft. x 10 ft. Vinyl-Coated Steel Carport is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good and Poor Features Delivery was super fast, quicker than Priority mail. The product arrived in good condition, well packaged. As described, all necessary holes were drilled and all bolts screws, etc were furnished. Assembly went pretty quickly, would recommend at least two people for work. My concern has to do primarily with the sturdiness of the product; the fasteners and the number of them seem barely adequate. I am not sure how the product would stand up to even moderate wind and snow loads, let alone seismic forces.
Date published: 2010-09-12
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