If you’re considering building a new carport for your Sydney home, you’ve perhaps considered things like how large the carport should be and where you want it located on your block. But have you decided what materials you should use, in particular what you’ll place on the roof?
While there are several excellent choices – such as Colorbond and polycarbonate sheeting – if there is one material that is the most popular in the Sydney market it would be tiles. This is predominantly because tiles are also a popular choice for house roofs and, as we’ve said many times in our blogs, one of the keys to good outdoor structure design is to match or complement the home.
There are other good reasons to consider tiles for your new Sydney carport, however. These include:
Most of all, however, tiles just look great. They will give your new Sydney carport a visual presence and street appeal. This mightn’t help protect your cars – although tiles will do a great job of that too – but it will help you have the best looking carport in the street!
Choosing tiles can help provide a Sydney carport with wow factor but it’s not the only key.
Take a look at the images on this page of two carports built by our Sydney North branch manager Brett Nitschke and his team. They show aspects that have been chosen carefully to complement or match the home, including:
If you live in Sydney’s North (e.g. Northern Beaches, Ku-ring-gai and Willoughby council areas) you’ll be in safe hands if you choose Brett and his team to design and build your new carport. Because, while they can tackle any project, they specialize in high-end work, including tiled-roof carports.
You can see more examples of some of the projects that Brett has built on his branch page and contact him by submitting the contact form on his page. Otherwise, give Outside Concepts a call on 1800 601 674 and we’ll organise a day and time for him to visit to provide a free quote.
From concept to clean up, you can rely on us. Give Outside Concepts a call on 1800 601 674 to organise a free quote.