Below is a carport conversion that was a key part of extensive renovations to the home. The roofline of the new garage matches the house and makes room for storage overhead.
Next are pictures before, during, and after a typical 2-car carport was converted in to an enclosed garage. This carport-to-garage conversion was a pretty standard one (including the building of a single side wall plus framing off the front for the garage door). To learn more details about this project, plus listen to the homeowner explain why he is now so eager to recommend our garage builders, click this link and scroll down to just below those 3 photos (to hear the audio & read the transcript): audio of Steve recommending our carport conversion contractor.
By the way, you can hear even more audio testimonials at this link: audios of Kelly and of Ruth each recommending our carport conversion contractors
below is another freshly completed enclosure of a 1-car carport.
Here is another 1-car carport to garage conversion. This photo shows the renovation nearly complete.
Next, this ugly carport on a slope was enclosed. As part of the home improvements, the cement was also repaired (so there are no stains or cracks).
The most unusual thing about this carport conversion was that it needed a custom garage door installed. (Look at the bottom of the garage door and notice that it is not rectangular).
This next carport was also converted to
this garage (for a real estate investor to flip the home). The pastel blue paint of the house was also replaced with something much more neutral.
Finally, this last set of before and after pictures shows another 2-car carport converted to a garage. The building of this garage included a new brick wall to match the house. When you look at it, do you see any signs that this used to be a carport?