Today, it is not so unusual to see the bungalow-type house has portable carport in addition to built-in garages. Instead of having an extension built to have additional parking spaces for their vehicles, portable carports are preferred because not only are they cheaper option, they also do a better job.
Idea portable carport is as an alternative to the garage is not exactly new. In fact, they have been there since 1909, when they were first used by Prairie School architect Walter Griffin in the design of his home. The term “carport” was coined by the famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright when he started using it to design their own home and call it like it is because a visual relationship between residences efficient and nautical imagery.
12 Photos Gallery of: Portable Carport for Outdoor
While some refer to them as portable carport, they are different from the actual garage in the sense that they have an open rather than the side walls. Also unlike a garage, they do not need a door or door opener and can be built on the side of a building or home, or be freestanding. Most carports you will see today was built in front of a house on the main road leading in or positioned in the backyard with dirt, concrete, gravel or paved paths.