Carports are a popular choice among homeowners for protecting their cars and adding value to their homes. They not only protect your vehicle from the elements, but they are also a less expensive option compared to building a fully enclosed garage. MyLiving Outdoors specialises in designing custom-designed carports that meet your demands while also enhancing the appearance of your house.
But when deciding on the best carport for your home, the question often arises: should you go for a single or a double carport?
Single carports are a great investment for those with one vehicle. They are small, inexpensive, and readily fit into smaller homes. Plus, a well-built single carport by MyLiving Outdoors can add significant curb appeal to your home. Each carport is designed to be more than just a safe cover for your vehicle; it is an asset that increases the value of your home.
One key benefit of a single carport is its adaptability. It can also be used for other things, such as storing outdoor equipment or setting up a small workshop. Plus, if you decide to expand, you can easily add a roller door, screening, or walls to your carport.
Double carports, on the other hand, offer more space and can accommodate two vehicles. This option is great for families with numerous cars or those who require additional storage space. Our double carports, like our single carports, are customised to accommodate your property and lifestyle.
A double carport protects not just your cars but also other important items such as boats or other outdoor equipment. Furthermore, with MyLiving Outdoors, you can be confident that your double carport is made to last. We only use high-quality materials and highly trained installers to ensure that our structures are built to last for up to 30 years.
Making the Choice
So, single or double? The decision is mostly influenced by your requirements and the available space. Remember that whether you choose a single or double carport, you’re investing in more than just a shelter for your vehicles. You’re increasing the long-term value of your home and improving its general appeal.