For people who do not have a garage on their property or are using it for some other reason than storing their cars, finding a viable place to park your car in is very important. It’s not recommended that you leave your car out under the open sky. The harsh Australian sun is going to cause serious damage to the paint job of your vehicle, and it won’t take more than two to three years for white lines to start showing on the exterior paint of the vehicle. Instead, you can hire a company that specialises in carports in Melbourne to get a carport installed.
Here are some of the benefits that you get for installing a carport.
1. Safety from Weather
The first major advantage that you get for installing a carport is that it prevents the weather from having an adverse effect on your vehicle. You don’t need to worry about any of the harmful atmospheric elements like rainfall, snow or hail. There’s a protective cover installed atop the car port that will prevent anything from falling directly onto the roof of your car. Even damage from the sun’s harmful rays will be prevented due to the shade. Keep in mind that carports aren’t enclosed from all sides.
Another reason why a carport is such a good choice is because it offers additional safety. Carports are often installed much closer to the front gate of the property. As a result, the walking distance from leaving your car and entering your house is reduced significantly. Rather than parking your car out on the street and then walking back, you can just park it close to your door and quickly walk into the house.
3. Storage for Two Vehicles
Some companies also offer carports in Melbourne that can accommodate two vehicles, as well.
You can install a carport with walls around it so that you can also keep some of your other belongings in the car port.
Carrying stuff into the house from your car is easier because the carports don’t have any doors or locks that you need to worry about!
Get in touch with Future Shade today for more information about our range of custom shade solutions.