Create a covered space to protect your vehicles from the elements.
Tradition Outdoor Living tailors your carport to meet your specific needs. Whether you need to shelter vehicles or want to provide shade on your patio, our structures are the best solution to combating the harsh Texas weather.
There are numerous ways to configure a carport, and our team of professional designers and builders are here to turn your ideas into reality. Our carports are built to last and look original to your home. We build both freestanding carports and structures that connect to your home. Our structures are multi-purpose, attractive, and built to last.
Featured Carport Projects
Situated in the quiet neighborhood of Pecan Grove in Richmond, this project features a carport extension as well as a patio cover over top of an outdoor kitchen and fireplace.
A beautiful and spacious back patio with an infinity pool and outdoor kitchen sits atop a winding stone staircase overlooking the waterfront. This charming outdoor living area is located in the Weston Lakes community of Fulshear.
This carport was built in the memorial area. It offers plenty of space and great protection for vehicles.
Choose an Experienced Custom Carport Builder
Our carports are appealing and incredibly versatile structures that provide shade and protection for almost any situation. We’ll use our years of experience to deliver a beautiful project. One that you will want to share with friends and family. By adding a carport, you are able to:
- Protect your investments, like your boat, car, or motorcycle
- Complement your home and outdoor space
- Provide shade so you can enjoy the outdoors with your loved ones
Frequently Asked Questions
What width should my carport be for two cars?
Our clients typically prefer their carport width to be at least 20 feet wide.
Do I need to obtain a building permit for my carport?
This depends on local zoning rules. If it is necessary, we will compile information and file the forms, so you don’t have to worry about applying.
My ground isn’t level. Is that going to be an issue?
Typical installations allows for slight variations in the site grading.
Can I have my new carport installed on a wood deck?
No. Wood is not strong enough to constantly bear the weight of vehicles and remain in good shape. The best option for the flooring of a carport is concrete.