As part of our up-front pricing, Sheds Galore and More offers center braces and corner braces on all our carports. Each carport is anchored to the ground or to a concrete pad.
We will work with you every step of the way to select and build your new carport, call today for a FREE estimate!
Crystal River Live Oak
Protect your car, motor home, RV, or farm equipment with quality carports from Sheds Galore and More in Crystal River, FL , Live Oak, FL and Chiefland. Our carports are built to last using strong steel, not aluminum, and are installed only by our highly trained professional installers.
Getting a new carport is easy! Just call Sheds Galore and More for the highest quality metal carports in Florida starting at just $1,095 installed!
$0 Down financing
• Multiple vehicles
• Enclosed or open air
• Gabled or flat roof
• Multiple colors
• Garage doors available
• Set-up and delivery included
Rebar anchors are made of steel. Rebar is commonly used to reinforce concrete or cement structures. Real Steel offers rebar anchors that are 1/2"x32", which are used to provide strength and stability to custom metal structures.
Mobile home anchors, or auger anchors, are used to keep structures secure to dirt or soil foundations. When installing a custom built carport, you don't need to have a foundation poured, but you need a level installation site. The auger style helps the anchor stay secure to the ground and prevents the custom carport from moving.
Concrete is a sturdy substance; Real Steel will use anchors that will adhere your structure to this solid surface. The installation team will use a masonry drill bit to drill holes in the concrete. Unlike working asphalt, while working with concrete it is better to use concrete expansion anchors. At Real Steel we use concrete wedge anchors for installation on concrete slabs. We also offer different length anchors depending on the dimensions of the foundation poured for your new custom metal carport.
Asphalt anchors are built to hold fast to asphalt. As the material is likely to fracture if direct pressure is applied as it is in expansion anchors, the asphalt anchors either have a screw like thread or have barbs on the shaft to keep the anchor secure.