It's a sad fact, but in the freestanding carport industry, most of the units you see won't even meet the most basic building codes. Many insurance companies won't pay a claim for storm damage caused by building collapse if the building was not installed in accordance with local building codes.
At Weatherguard, engineering is an integral part of every unit we build. We can design, engineer, and manufacture your project to meet your local building codes and approval processes. Our products meet or exceed virtually all building codes nationwide. You obtain your local building permit, and we will construct your building to meet code.
Our commitment to quality is your assurance of serviceability and lasting value. Don't risk your hard-earned money on a "copycat" building.
Weatherguard has been the industry leader for years. We have over 25,000 building installations to our credit, and we were the first manufacturer to introduce square structural tubing, truss designs, and engineering to our industry.
Unlike many of our competitors who use utility grades of tubing and roofing "seconds" which cannot be honestly engineered, Weatherguard uses only certified construction grade steel and first quality sheeting that can be tested and engineered to guarantee years of reliable, predictable service.
OUR COMPETITION'S BUILDINGS
Take a look at the photo gallery below. These are actual photos of some of our COMPETITION'S buildings. Poorly constructed and not engineered, the owner's of these buildings suffered damage to their belongings and had to purchase a new building. You need to protect your car, boat, camper, or belongings with a building that will withstand most of what Mother Nature has to offer. When you've tried the rest - buy the best - an ENGINEERED carport, garage, or steel building from WEATHERGUARD!
OUR COMPETITOR'S PHOTO GALLERY
DON'T PUT YOUR VALUABLES AT RISK
If you're looking for a carport, garage, or specialty building, don't risk your investment dollars on a "backyard built" structure that has not been designed to meet your building codes.
At Weatherguard, "we won't build it if it won't work!"