True Blue Sheds offers many options when choosing your size and carport design. Select from an extensive range of standard kits or customise your own just as you envision. Choose from single, double, and triple steel carports to store your vehicles and property.
Our unparalleled, premium designs allow you to erect a freestanding structure or attach one to a new garage and create a garaport. Build onto a slab or use columns into cement footings. Need extra height or width for a large boat or caravan? No problem! Our design software makes changing your dimensions easy.Read More
Our easy-to-assemble kits are made in all sizes, with a standard range of up to 9m clear spans and roof pitches of 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 degrees, with overhangs or eaves up to 1.2m. Whether you’re after a single carport, double carport, or triple version, we have a size and style to suit your property.
True Blue Sheds is ShedSafe® accredited and guarantees all our buildings comply with local building regulations and all relevant design and engineering standards.
Galvanised BlueScope metal C-sections and RHS columns, teamed with hard-wearing Zincalume® or Colorbond® (for roofing and raingoods), means your quality carport will not only look fabulous and add value to your property but will stay maintenance-free for years to come.
A carport is a covered structure that protects vehicles, such as cars, motorbikes, caravans, golf buggies, and even boats. Still, it can also be used as an extra storage space or for additional outdoor cover. Unlike a garage, a double carport does not usually have four walls. It is typically open from at least one or two sides.
The structure is famous among those who need a way to protect their vehicle(s) from rain, snow, or even sunlight, but it does not provide as much protection or security as a garage.
Carports provide handy cover for your vehicles and can be used as a patio for outdoor activities such as winter barbecues and keeping the kids out of the sun on hot summer days.
Once you know what you want to use your new Colorbond carport for, you can start planning the size and style of your new structure.
Full range of roof pitches
We offer four types of attractive designs to meet the look of most traditional and modern Australian homes.
- Our gable kits are available in 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30-degree pitches.
- Our skillion or flat roof steel designs come in 5-degree and 10-degree single slope pitches.
- We can change the width and length of our hip carports, allowing you to fit single and double cars.
- With our dutch gable carports, we can alter the span and length to suit your unique construction requirements.
We exclusively use BlueScope’s quality range of Colorbond colours and Zincalume for roof cladding.
Colorbond has 22 colours to choose from to suit your new or existing building’s paint colour, or you can go with the more traditional look of Zincalume.
1. Roof cladding
For our roof cladding, we use two cladding profiles. The first is the traditional and ever-popular corrugated roofing profile Corodek. This has a Base Metal Thickness (BMT) of .42 and is available in both Colorbond® steel and Zincalume® steel.
Trimclad is a 5-ribbed deep pan profile perfect for sheds and industrial buildings. Trimclad is also available in both Colourbond and Zincalume and has a BMT of .42mm and a total coat thickness (TCT) of .47mm.
Cladding applies to both the roof and walls of your building. You can mix and match the two types to get your construction just the way you dreamed it.
2. Columns, rafters, and purlins
We use a mix of C-Section and RHS for our columns depending on the size and style of the cover we are building. We generally use C-Section for all rafters and eave purlins and top hats to fix the cladding to the rafters.
C Section purlins are roll formed from GALVASPAN® steel and cut to length.
Our DIY kits are easy to install, but if you don’t have the tools or the time, True Blue Sheds can design and supply carport kits and recommend a builder to build it for you from the ground up.
Yes! With our range of steel carports, you can combine sheds and carports or garages and carports to create what we call a Garaport! Generally, garaports have a carport attached to the form of a garage, enabling a car to be protected without having to park the car inside the garage fully. You can also add a carport, sometimes called an awning, to all of our sheds to add additional storage to your new building.
True Blue Sheds prides itself on providing high-quality products that stand the test of time.
Our Colorbond carports are no exception – BlueScope offers a 15-year warranty on all of our shed buildings depending on location, ensuring you can enjoy your new carport for years.
25 years of expertise
With over 25 years of experience in the steel shed industry, we know just about everything there is to know about making metal carports for the harsh Aussie climate!
Our expertise spans from designing cutting-edge shed design software to shed sales and installation.
All our products are built to last and comply with rigorous Australian design and engineering standards.
Just let us know your requirements, and we will take care of everything!
We will deliver your workshop kit to you in a ready-to-assemble state. The kit will come with a clear and easy-to-read instruction manual.
You can expect the kit to arrive on-site within 5-7 weeks of placing your order. You can build it yourself, or we can find a professional and local to handle it.
Ordering is simple
Ordering your new building couldn’t be easier. Visit our website or call us at 1300 445 889 to speak with our experts and get a fast, customised quote.
True Blue Sheds offers FREE or heavily discounted delivery throughout Australia.
Contact us today to learn more about our large range of metal carports by calling 1300 445 889 for expert advice and a customised quote.
Already know what you want? Submit your project requirements to our Online Quote Request Form, and rest assured we’ll get back to you within 24 hours with a price.
Please note that we don’t currently offer installation. We are happy to put you in contact with local tradesmen if you don’t wish to undertake the build yourself.