Omega Carport Case Study

How to add a carport to a house


Create a carport for between the side of a bungalow and a garage.

Products used

Omega Smart white canopy with triangle infill in white.

Add a carport to a house

The customer wanted to add an aluminium carport to the side of their house to fit in front of their garage. It was important that it blended in with their white fascias and window frames They wanted it to create a divide between their parking rea and their neighbour's pathway. They also needed it to be able to drain into a planted soak away at the side of the building.

The solution was a made-to-measure Omega wall-mounted canopy. It had a white powder-coated framework and was glazed with 16mm multiwall polycarbonate.  The customer also wanted additional protection at the front. A standard Omega triangular infill for the wall-mounted canopy was supplied cut to size. Knee braces were also added to the legs to create more of a divide.

The customer was really happy with the finished result. If you are looking to add a carport to a house, please contact us for a quotation today.

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