You've just ordered your carport shelter, canopy, or portable garage from SheltersofAmeica.com, and you can't wait for it to arrive. You've planned your assembly day, and you're simply waiting on arrival. Well, before set up day arrives, we advise you to take a look at the following factors that could greatly influence assembly. Take a look at the following to ensure that your carport construction goes as smooth as possible.
First, you need to decide on the location of your portable carport before you do anything. Most people like to set up their carports in the driveway, where it is smooth and level; however, if you're planning on setting up your carport in the yard, on the grass, on gravel, or on some other non-level surface, make sure you have a proper anchoring system to tie down your carport. This is especially important if you're setting up on any kind of hill or incline, even if the pitch is minor. If you don't have an anchor system, then wait to set up your canopy or carport until you have anchors; setting up without anchoring could leave your carport prone to being blown over or otherwise damaged.
The next step in setting up your portable carport is the physical assembly. As confident as you may be, make sure you have a friend to help you wit this part. None of our parts are exceptionally heavy; however, parts can be large and awkward to handle by yourself. The reason we encourage you to build your carport with a friend is you don't want to drop or damage the parts of your carport before you have a chance to use it. Play it safe: work with a buddy.
After you've set up your portable carport, it's time to organize and enjoy. We know that you are going to love everything that your new carport, shelter, canopy, or greenhouse has to offer.
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