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    Wooden Carport Henley XL 6 x 5 m

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    Wooden Carport Arthur with Tool Shed 21m² / 70mm / 3,5 x 7 m

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    Wooden Carport Henley 3,7 x 5 m

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Everything You Need to Know Before Buying a Timber Carport

Are you sick and tired of parking your vehicles on the side of the road or struggling to access them daily in an overcrowded garage?

You might be considering a wooden carport as an alternative to help resolve this issue.

Here is everything you need to know about wooden carports to ensure you choose the right one!

What is a Timber Carport?

A wooden carport is a garden building you can use to protect cars, mainly from rain, snow, or hail.

The difference between a wooden carport and wooden garages is that they tend only to have one or two walls, making it quick and easy to access your vehicle but also limiting the protection it can provide.

The Benefits of Owning a Pressure-Treated Timber Carport

Protection from the elements

One of the main benefits wooden carports can give is that they protect your vehicles from the elements.

We are very lucky that the UK has four very different seasons, but each one has its own potential impacts on the health of our vehicles.

Our wooden carport kits offer protection from rain, hail, snow, and in some cases, high-force winds, so you can sleep easy knowing your car is safe, all while maintaining a quality, natural look and feel.


As well as offering added protection, a wooden carport is also a much more cost-effective way to keep your cars safe. Even a low-cost wooden carport will keep your vehicle safe; some even come with extra room to protect other essential items and equipment.

Easy access

There is nothing worse than trying to park your car in a garage, only for plenty of other things to end up getting placed around it, making it impossible to get in.

With a wooden carport, you can easily access your car from all sides, allowing you to make a speedy getaway if you’re running late.

Easy assembly

Finally, all of our wooden carport kits are easy to assemble. However, if you would rather someone else handles the installation, you can request this as one of your optional extras at the checkout.

Get in Touch Today!

Buying a carport is a big decision and not one you should be taken lightly. If you want to know more before making your purchase, we would love to chat with you more to help you find the perfect fit for your needs.

You can find directions to our Devon location here.

You can find directions to our Leeds location here.

Summerhouse24 offers free delivery on wooden carports across most of England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. Click here to check out our free delivery zones.

Is it cheaper to build your own carport?

It is certainly cheaper to build your own wooden carport, but some people might feel more comfortable having an expert assemble it for them. Our team at Summer House 24 are highly trained and experienced and will have your carport built quickly and without fuss!

Do I need planning permission for a wooden carport?

So long as your wooden carport meets the correct building regulations, you should not require planning permission to build one in your garden.

Do you make bespoke wooden carports?

If you don’t like the look of any of our wooden carport kits, we are more than happy to create a bespoke design just for you!

Should my wooden carport have a flat roof?

Whether or not your carport has a flat roof is a personal preference. Each carport roof is designed to effectively ensure water runs off the roof and doesn’t sit, as this can cause fungal decay and other problems further down the line.