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Hip Roof Carports: Enhance Your Space with Style and Functionality

Hip Roof CarportEnhance your home’s exterior with a stylish and functional hip roof carport. These hip roof carports are designed not only to protect your vehicle from the elements but also to complement your property’s aesthetic. When you opt for one of these freestanding hipped roof structures, it will seamlessly integration into your landscape, boost your curb appeal and add value to your home. Our carport hip roof designs are versatile, catering to a wide range of architectural styles. Made from quality Australian made materials that ensure your carport will last for years. Quality hip construction and meticulous attention to detail mean that when you install hip structures, you invest in durability and style. Customizable options abound, letting you tailor your carport design to your exact needs. Don’t just settle for any carports hip; choose a reliable provider known for outstanding craftsmanship in every hip set.

 

Explore Hip Carport Designs for Modern Homes

Explore stunning hip carport designs tailored for modern homes that gracefully blend functionality with aesthetics. Whether it’s sheltering your car or adding a structured patio area, our hip roof carports are the epitome of style and practicality. Constructed from high-grade and high tensile steel, these carports ensure durability and resilience against harsh weather. Our carports aren’t just about protection; they’re about enhancing the entire look of your home. Available in various kit sizes and heights, you can choose a prefab model that suits your needs. You also choose the colour of your carport from the large range of genuine Colorbond colours. With the added ability of integrating seamlessly with sheds, these steel structures provide ample storage while maintaining a sleek appearance. By choosing our hip roof carports, you’re not just buying a basic carport; you’re investing in a multi-functional space that adds value to your property and improves your lifestyle.

Custom Options for Your Hip Roof Carport

Choosing a hip roof carport means selecting a design that not only complements your home but also offers versatile functionality. Our range of custom options allows you to tailor every aspect of the roofline, ensuring your carport is a perfect match for your needs. Whether you prefer a classic look or something more modern, our wide array of Colorbond colors ensures that you’ll find the ideal shade to enhance your property’s aesthetic. By simply filling in the online enquiry form, we are able to price your custom hip roof carport with ease, then send you a detailed quote, complete with drawings and information showing your carport passes the current standards and wind codes. Whether you’re integrating it with your house or sheds, or choosing materials for longevity, every choice you make, from the roofing material to the specific hip roof pitch, contributes to both the style and durability of your carport, making it a truly custom addition to your home.

Choose Roofing Materials That Last

When selecting roofing materials for hip roof carports, it’s crucial to choose options that ensure longevity and durability. Steel, a popular choice, offers strong resistance against elements, making it ideal for roof carports. The strength of steel roofs surpasses many other materials, and it can beautifully complement both hip and gable roof designs. Its ability to withstand severe weather makes steel a top choice for carport covers and adds value over regular price considerations. When planning a carport, consider the integration of functions like gable roof structures, which can easily combine with hip roof styles for aesthetic appeal and enhanced utility. Make sure you supply your project with top-quality Australian made and manufactured steel that guarantees the longevity and performance of your carport’s roofs. As you explore various roof carports, always prioritize materials that will maintain their integrity and appearance year after year.

Carport Designs: The Hip Roof

Hip Roof Carport DIYExploring carport designs brings forth a variety of styles, notably the hip structure in this case. It offers unique benefits; the hip carport is celebrated for its sleek, four-sided roof which promotes durability and resistance against harsh weather. It proves to be an excellent match to most home designs today. A hip roof not only elevates the aesthetic but enhances functionality. Incorporating these carports near patio areas or sheds creates a seamless blend of utility and style, ensuring that each structure’s design complements the other. Whether you’re looking to shelter your vehicle or extend your living space, integrating a hip or gable carport adjacent to a shed or patio enhances your outdoor setup remarkably.

Integrating Carports with Sheds for More Utility

Integrating carports with sheds and other buildings not only maximizes your property’s utility but also ensures that your car remains protected, no matter the weather. Combining sturdy steel sheds and carports offers an expanded space for various uses, from parking your car to storing garden tools and equipment. This versatile arrangement often involves a roof design that blends seamlessly with the existing architecture, whether it’s your home or a different freestanding structure. Carports and sheds made from high-grade steel guarantee durability and protection, making them a practical addition to any home. Moreover, the hip roof roof style isn’t just functional; it also adds a modern touch to the carports, enhancing the overall aesthetic of your property. With hipped roof designs, you can easily customize dimensions to fit your specific needs, ensuring your car and valuables are safely housed under one roof.

Price Your Custom Hip Carport with Ease

Looking for a stylish and functional solution to protect your vehicle? Dive into our range of hip roof carports, where you can make a simple enquiry and price your custom carport with ease. Whether you’re considering the regular price or looking to save, we offer competitive quotes without compromising on quality. Each product in our selection promises durability and aesthetic appeal—perfect for enhancing your home’s exterior. Utilize our national delivery options to have your carport kit sent directly to your door, sparing you the hassle and expense of transportation. Designed not only for cars, our carports provide ample space for storage, too. Price your dream carport today and discover how our tailored products can meet your specific needs, ensuring your satisfaction. Don’t miss out on forging the perfect extension to your home!

A 100% Free Custom Quote for Your Carport

Exploring the world of hip roof carports can truly enhance your space, blending style with optimal functionality. If you’re considering upgrading your home with a durable carport, you’ll love our variety of designs and kits specifically tailored for modern homes. Now, you can receive a 100% free custom quote for your carport, ensuring that you get exactly what you need at the regular price. This opportunity allows you to customize your carport to match your home’s color scheme and meet specific requirements without worrying about the cost. Saving on your product doesn’t mean sacrificing quality. Our free quote will detail everything from delivery to potential savings on different carport and garages configurations. It includes vital information that you need to make the right decision if you are wanting a top quality product. Don’t miss out on optimizing your outdoor space with a carport that’s built to last. Request your free quote today and save, getting a step closer to the carport that meets all your needs.

Why Choose Our Hip Roof Carports?

When deciding on a carport, why choose our hip roof carports? Our hip roof designs offer unparalleled quality, seamlessly blending durability with aesthetic appeal. Each hip roof carport is crafted with precision, ensuring every component aligns with our high standards. The unique structure of these carports not only enhances the appearance of your property but also provides excellent weather resistance and longevity. The roofs, engineered with care, contribute to a sturdy build that can withstand various climatic conditions. Opting for one of our roof carports means investing in reliability. This is because we use quality locally made steel.We are also one of the very few suppliers on the market that complies with the current standards and wind codes. We are specialists in carport kits with over 20 years of technical and practical experience. Moreover, our carport kits come in various designs, catering to diverse architectural preferences. By choosing our hip roof carports, you’re not just purchasing a carport; you’re enhancing your home with a structure that complements its surroundings while offering functional shelter for your vehicles.

 

Hip Roof Carport

 A Hip roof style carport can complement such a large range of different houses. Whether your home is a cutting edge piece of modern architecture, or a classic federation or Queenslander type style, these carports are a brilliant addition. Hip roofs can also add more dimension to a house or property.

 

Our hip roof carports are fully designed in Australia, using Australian made steel. With a clever but simple frame and rafter layout, these carports are strong and straightforward to erect.

Our Hip Roof Carports have several benefits including:

  • Heavy Duty 100mm SHS Steel Posts
  • Hi Tensile Steel C Section Galvanised Frames
  • Specific high tensile steel brackets and plates
  • Your carport will include all the flashings and trim in Colorbond, plus all the hardware you need to finish building it.
  • A stylish ‘Custom Orb’ profile roof as standard (other profiles available)
  • Coloured Screws as standard to match the carport roof and flashings
  • Site specific engineering available up to cyclonic conditions*
  • Australian designed and made

 

Almost Unlimited Choice of Carport Sizes

These hip roof carports come in either a square hip or rectangular hip design. We can custom make to whatever size you want, as long as it can be engineered. Here is a list of sizes to start with:

  • 3 metres x 6 metres
  • 3 metres x 7 metres
  • 3.5 metres x 6 metres
  • 3 metres x 12 metres
  • 4 metres x 6 metres
  • 4 metres x 8 metres
  • 4 metres x 10 metres
  • 4 metres x 12 metres
  • 4.8 metres x 4.8 metres
  • 5 metres x 5 metres
  • 5 metres x 6 metres
  • 5.5 metres x 5.5 metres
  • 5.5 metres x 6 metres
  • 6 metres x 6 metres
  • 6 metres x 7 metres
  • 6 metres x 8 metres
  • 6 metres x 9 metres
  • 6 metres x 12 metres
  • 7 metres x 7 metres
  • 8 metres x 8 metres

A range of heights for carports is also available for all the above sizes, from 2.1m clearance all the way up to a 4m clearance.

 

Choice of Colours

To make sure you can match your home, you can choose from any of the classic range of Colorbond colours, as well as Zincalume. A limited range of matt Colorbond colours are also available for an additional cost.

 

Choice of Roof Pitches to Best Suit Your Home

Hip Roof Carports come standard with a 20 degree roof pitch, however we now also offer 22.5 degrees and 25 degrees roof pitches.

Solar Panel Option for Your Carport Design

Option to support Solar Panels: If you are looking to fit solar panels now or in the future, you now have the option for your carport to support up to 20 kilograms of solar panels per square metre. This gives you more flexibility and use out of your carport product.

FAQ’s

Can I Get Engineering for my Hip Carport

Every Comes With Site Specific Engineering to Current Australian Standards, Wind Codes and Building Codes. This means all the relevant drawings as well as a signed form, certificate or letter from the engineer, depending on the state you live in. 

 

What’s Included With Your Carport?

Absolutely everything is included with the carport kit. This includes:

Posts, Frame, Roof Sheets, flashings, guttering, downpipes, connecting brackets, bolts, nuts, screws, rivets and even a tube of silicone for the guttering.

The only thing you need for the installation is some concrete. 

You will also receive what we call a ‘bill of materials’, which is essentially a list of parts. Every part can then be checked off when your carport arrives. As mentioned above, all the engineering drawings also come with the carport. These will show you very easy to understand connection details to put the frame together. Of course, if you have any questions you can also call for some old fashioned technical assistance.

 

What are the disadvantages of a hip roof?

There aren’t really any disadvantages. Carports with a hip style roofline match most houses very well and can add value to your property.

The only thing to bear in mind is that it takes a bit longer to install, as you need to cut most if not all of the roof sheets to the angle required.

Why are Hip Roofs Better?

Hip roof carports are a better option for a lot of homes as they match the house roof design more closely than other carport designs. They also

Is a hip roof good for wind?

A hip roof shape is a very good design for a pitched roof, when it comes to wind load. This is because it has less cross sectional area on the roof, when compared to a gable or dutch gable roof design.

How are hip roofs measured?

The depth/span and width/length are always measured as a frame size, which is everything except for the guttering. This is the same for other carports. The only difference being that the guttering can add 250mm to 270mm to the overall measurement depending on which type is used.  This is due to the gutters being on all 4 sides.

What is the difference between a gable roof and a hip roof?

The main difference is that a gable roof slopes on 2 sides and a hip roof slopes on 4 sides.

The 2 sides that do not slope on a gable are usually designed with gable infill panels. 

 

 

Contact Excalibur Carports today and we will assist you in finding the right solution to your needs.

Did you know?

A hip roof design carport can be a good economical solution in windy areas, due to the smaller cross section area of roof that is exposed to the wind.