Three things to consider before purchasing
Tired of having to clear heaps of snow from your car and driveway every morning? Why not eliminate the need to do so altogether with a temporary carport? If this sounds like the perfect solution for you, be sure to consider these three points before signing off on a model to buy or rent.
Every municipality has its own regulations in place surrounding the use of temporary carports. To avoid getting slapped with a hefty fine, make sure to comply with your local bylaws by finding out whether you’ll need a permit and what types of structures are and aren’t allowed.
If you don’t have the time or are otherwise unable to safely and adequately install your temporary carport, there’s sure to be a business nearby that can help you assemble and take down the structure. Ask your neighbours for their recommendations.
To keep your vehicle protected all winter long, choose a temporary carport with a galvanized steel structure and a thick, UV-resistant tarp. In addition, look for a model with two doors (one in the front and one in the back) and large windows that offer a clear, unobstructed view of the surrounding area.