Star Buildings and Carports has been in business for many years. We are a locally owned and operated manufacturer of metal buildings located in East Texas with 18 years of experience in the industry of metal buildings. All our products are installed by experienced independent contractors, that work hard to provide remarkable products and great service. We provide metal carports that range from basic single and double carports, triple-wide metal carports, RV covers, motor home carports, fifth-wheel shelters, loafing sheds, barns and much more. All of our metal buildings feature heavy-gauge, galvanized steel construction for durability. Our standard configuration is 29 gauge roof metal with a 14 gauge tubular steel frame. If you live in an area that receives heavy wind, and rain you might consider upgrading to the stronger 12 gauge steel frame.
We have professional installers with many years of experience and always deliver fast. Clients are always satisfied with their high quality buildings. Star Buildings and Carports will take good care of you.
Star Buildings and Carports provide all type of services for all your needs, get in contact with our dealer today for a great deal.
Star Buildings and Carports offers 3 different roof styles
1. The Regular style carport is the most economical of the three styles (Regular, Boxed Eave, & Vertical).
The Regular style is the only one of the three roof styles that has a barn style roof, with rounded, overhanging edges. The roof metal is installed horizontally so that the ridges of the metal run from the front of the carport to the back. As a result, water will drain off the front or rear of the building, since that's the way the ridges run.
2. A-FrameI style has the appearance of a home roof-line or shape but has the horizontal roof panels as a result water will drain off the front or rear of the building. It has no hat channel nor ridge cap, it provides a 6" overhang on the sides and ends. The angles of the roof are straight, and no curves are used.
3. Vertical style carports are built in an A-frame roof, allows the water to run off to the side of the building, it provides a 6" overhang on the sides and ends. The angles of the roof are straight, and no curves are used.