FAQ: How much does it cost to install a carport?

We are Unable to Provide an Accurate Quote Without First Sitting Down with You and Discussing Exactly What You Want! 

When you first contact us, we’ll organise a time that suits you to visit you in your home.

We’ll discuss with you exactly what you’re after, then we’ll measure the area and prepare an accurate quote for your carport based on your personal preferences.

We design every project based on each customer’s individual needs, lifestyle and budget.

This ensures you get a product that is unique to you and your home.

How much does it cost to install a carport - Australian Outdoor Living

As a result of this personalised service we are unable to provide an accurate quote without first sitting down with you and discussing exactly what it is you want.

We do this to ensure complete honesty and transparency throughout the whole process.

Unlike some of our competitors, we’re not in the business of giving you a quote and adding hidden costs later on. 

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

The main difference between steel and timber carports is the way they look. On top of this, steel is more durable and resistant than timber
The normal width of a double carport is usually between 5.4m and 6.0m, while a single carport measures in at around 3.0m wide
Installation time can vary depending on a number of factors, but it will usually take between 10 and 12 weeks