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With many style options available one could purchase a portable garage to match their vehicle, and then utilize it to tent a family gathering. Good quality portable garages feature an incredibly strong steel frame with a polyethylene canopy. Made to last a portable garage will maintain its strength and efficiency throughout any season.

Carports and portable garages come in different sizes and with the option of standard or heavy-duty materials, depending on your plan of use.

Take the first step to protecting your possessions and gaining back the space you’ve lost with a versatile portable garage.

 

QUICK ANSWER: BEST PORTABLE GARAGES AND CAR CANOPIES

1. Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy 

2. VINGLI 10’x20′ Domain Carport Car Canopy

3. Palram Vitoria Carport & Patio Cover 16 x 10 x 8

4. Outsunny 32′ x 20′ Heavy Duty Outdoor Party Tent/Carport 

5. ShelterLogic 6′ x 6′ Shed-in-a-Box

6. King Canopy HC1020PC 10-Feet by 20-Feet 

7. Abba Patio Storage Shelter 7 x 12- Feet Outdoor Carport 

8. Caravan Canopy Domain 10 x 20 Foot  

9. ShelterLogic 10′ x 15′ x 8′

 

10. Ikuby SUV Carport 

11. Arrow 12′ x 20′ x 7′ 29-Gauge Carpor

12. ShelterLogic ShelterTUBE Storage Shelter

13. Instant/Portable/Temporary/Fabric Garages by Rhino Shelters

14. TopCamp 10x20 ft Pop up Canopy Carport

15. Bestmart INC Carport Portable Garage Storage Shed Canopy

Things to Consider While Buying Portable Car Garage

Size

Wide ranges of portable carports are available which can fit any vehicle, from the smallest economy car up to the biggest trucks and SUVs. You can also choose the multi-vehicle portable car garage.

Most of the manufacturers mention the length and width of carports. But apart from width and length, height is another vital factor to consider. This is especially important if you are planning to park RV or boat in it.

The standard width dimension of the carport is of 10 feet and length starts from 10 feet to 20 feet. You can also find longer and wider carports, but they are not that common and generally manufactured as a custom order. Usually, the height of carports is mentioned from the tallest point to the ground. This measurement is not a correct representation of the overall height of carport. It is recommended to measure support pole length to determine whether your vehicle will have optimum space or not.

Construction materials

Useful quality carports are built to last. Portable car garages constructed of heavy-duty all-steel frames and treated canopies can withstand the harshest of conditions, including sun, rain, wind, sleet, ice, and snow. Against all kinds of environmental assaults, quality carports will keep your vehicle safe and protected.

In laymen terms, the two most common types of materials used to carports are metals and poly materials. Both varieties of materials have their pro and cons.

For most good quality portable carports, the cover is of polyurethane, and the frame is of aluminum or steel. This combination of material provides durability, is lightweight, protection and is easy to transport.

The factors you should consider for portable carports are:

  • The cover should be waterproof and fire retardant
  • Cover should be treated to provide mildew and UV rays protection.
  • The frame should be rust and corrosion resistant.

Carports are available and provide an ideal solution for summer storage. They have ample room for single or multiple vehicles and feature open or closed sided models. These versatile sheds are available in different sizes to fit your motorcycle, truck, or RV. You can also use them to store your boat for the winter. Virtually anything can be stored in a portable garage that you want to keep safe from the ravages of winter. The heavy-duty frames are made of steel and treated to resist the harshest of conditions.

Durability

Portable carports are less durable in comparison to fixed carports.

Metal carports are generally installed using bolts and kind of permanent structure. Metal carports have a rigid and robust steel frame and corrugated sheets of metal as covering. They offer more protection and last for a long time.

Portable carports are lightweight and generally have poly material as covering. They are easy to install, remove and transport. They are not as durable as metal carports but provide a decent level of protection.

You can consider portable carports as canopies and metal carports as home.

Prices

Portable carports are cheaper than fixed carports. They are also easy to install without any professional help, unlike fixed carports.

There are many cheap portable carports available in the market, but they are constructed using inferior materials. These sheds generally don’t last for a long time.

Top quality portable carports should have a rigid frame with the powdered covering to protect against corrosion. They should also have cover treated to provide UV and mildew protection.

Why Use Carports To Store Your Car?

Summer will soon be a memory, and the autumn breezes and leaves will be blowing in.  How will you store that car you’ve been enjoying tinkering on?  Or, that you brought out for all the late spring and summer car shows?

1.  Make sure it’s covered and shielded from the wind and sun.

Improper coverage will age your car quickly!  The care and maintenance, while it’s in storage, is essential, too.

That’s why, even with the smallest of spaces, we advocate for you having onsite storage – a portable garage cover.  It gives you the freedom to do the maintenance on your vehicle plus a chance to protect it yourself.  Besides, who is going to care for it better than you?

2.  Clean and detail your car regularly.

Dust builds up fast. And, it seems even quicker when your vehicle is sitting still.

Remember, to wash it regularly and clean the inside and the out.  A good cover of wax will also help protect your vehicle in between washings.

3.  If your car is sitting for a while, drain the fluids.

Fluids sitting in your tanks and reservoirs can deteriorate your car from the inside.

If you’re not going to run it at all, then drain those and fill them up to new when you’re ready to roll.

4.  Bounce the mice away.

Okay, I heard this from an auto insurance agent.  I am not sure how much truth there is in this. Anything sitting still has a higher chance of getting mice or other pests.

Place a bounce dryer sheet in your vehicle, and it will keep the mice away. And, often check to make sure nothing else has decided to use this perfect place as their new home.

5.  Provide for airflow.

A closed up vehicle can get very stuffy and even moldy.  Crack the windows open just a bit so there will be good airflow and ventilation.

Portable car garage products offer protection for your vehicle. We have compiled the product list with different sizes and canopy styles for you to have numerous options to find the exact portable car garage you need.

So stop leaving your car out in the elements to take a beating and rapidly lose useful life and value. Protect it with one of the high-quality carports.

 

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