Protect your car from the elements or create an enjoyable sitting area anywhere. Give you plenty of room to park your vehicle. This sturdy carport also boasts a snow load of 20lbs/ft2. The best news is that you can take your carport with you if needed. The re-assembly option allows you to re-locate your Vitoria 5000 and easily re-assemble it. Features include a gutter to direct rainwater, virtually unbreakable twinwall polycarbonate roof panels and an aluminum and galvanized steel rust resistant powder coated frame.
1. Ceiling materials:
a. High strength solid polycarbonate panel with 4mm thick.
b. allows 15 years guarantee.
c. Impact resistance: Polycarbonate panel when the impact strength of 250 times of common glass. It's so call non-broken glass,
d. Flame retardant: according to the national GB8624-97 test flame retardant B1 level, no fire, no poison.
e. Temperature resistance: Within the scope and -40 to +120 degrees Celsius, no deformation or degradation phenomenon.
f. UV protection on the surface, can withdrawn 98% UV rays from sun, means that lounging outside on a sunny day is both
enjoyable and safe for your family, but will also protect your garden furniture,BBQ and other belongings all year round.
g. Blue, brown, green, white and black colors available, or customized color.
2. Aluminum Frame:
a. 4mm thick aluminum frame, strong & steady.
b. Allows 15 years guarantee.
c. Wind load up to 12th typhoon (40M/S or 120KM/H).
d. With water down pipes allow collecting rain water for gardening and ponds.
e. Easy and simple DIY. Easy clean and free maintenance.
f. With snow load capability of 100kg/m2 and additional 50% of safety margin high impact hail resistant
g. Brown, white, black colors available, or customized color.
- The weather here has been too bad to put it up but soon and very soon Review by Leroy A. Williams
Love this thing, Beautiful, The weather here has been too bad to put it up but soon and very soon (Posted on 12/9/2016)
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- So far so good, we will see after the winter on how it holds up with the snow. Review by David E Steward
Took us 2 days, and 4 people to set it up. Make sure you lay out all the parts and follow the directions. Since we have a asphalt driveway, we first dug out the asphalt with a jack hammer, then we had to small pour concrete footings for it.
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When you screw the bolts into the concrete to hold down the unit, make sure you have a hammer drill, it will go a lot easier.
For the gutter downspouts, instead of the traditional way, we hung chains from the gutter holes so the water can follow the chain links down.
So far so good, we will see after the winter on how it holds up with the snow. (Posted on 12/9/2016)