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Carport 6.0m x 6.2m Ironsand

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This carport shelter will keep your vehicles, machinery and supplies protected from the elements.

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Product overview

This carport shelter will keep your vehicles, machinery and supplies protected from the elements.

Comes with a 12 Year Warranty.

This model features a generous roof overhang so that any rain simply pours off the sides. Not only does this make the shelter more durable and weatherproof, but makes assembly and adding guttering easier.

SMART DESIGN: Smart weather protection for vehicles, machinery and goods. This multi-purpose open vehicle or farm shelter is perfect for sheltering anything from agricultural equipment and livestock to RVs and boats.

FIT TO FIGHT; BUILT TO LAST: The colour coated steel finish provides water and rust resistance for a lifetime. Super-strong galvanised steel construction with high-tensile box and band tubing withstands moderate to high wind conditions.

HIGH ROOF, OPEN PLAN: Economical solution to protecting your assets from weather while retaining airflow and accessibility. The spacious 6.0 x 6.2m footprint allows storage for at least 2 vehicles with trailers. Its roof stands 4.25m tall at its highest point while the maximum internal height of 3.7m, allows trucks and other tall vehicles to park as well.

EASY TO ASSEMBLE: Framework slots together tube-to-tube, with base rail assembly. All parts pre-cut and ready for screwing together.

Includes galvanised steel ground rails which can be anchored to the ground.

Secure to a concrete slab, or anchor to ground. Concrete anchor clips included.

Please check with your council regarding any required permits or consents.

FEATURES
• Double pressed, rust-resistant galvanised steel
• Galvanised steel box frame tubing
• Load rated to 75kgs/m2
• Wind rated to 90km/h
• Protect assets from sun and rain
• Transportable design
• Simple assembly
• 12 Year Trade Tested Warranty

SPECIFICATIONS
Colour: Ironsand
External dimensions: 6.0 x 6.2 x 4.25m (WxLxH)
Internal dimensions, height to internal support beam: 6.0 x 6.2 x 3.8m (WxLxH)
Base box frame tubing: 80mm x 40mm x 1.5mm
Roof box frame tubing: 40 x 20mm x 1.2mm
Steel tubing thickness: 1.5mm
Steel sheet thickness: 0.35mm

PACKAGING
Carton A: 194cm x 83cm x 11cm
Carton B: 291cm x 32.5cm x 16cm
Carton C: 286cm x 35cm x 16cm
Carton D: 242cm x 25cm x 16cm
Overall Weight: 429kg

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Questions and answers

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Q:
Hi, how high are the sides? Thanks.
A:
The internal dimensions (height to internal support beam) are 6.0 wide x 6.2 in length x 3.8m high.
By Trade Tested on July 29 2021
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Are these suitable for high wind zones?
A:
No this isn't designed for high wind zones.
By Trade Tested on May 29 2020
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How is it anchored in position? Does it need a concrete footing ?
A:
Yes it does you would then bolt it to the concrete.
By Trade Tested on June 09 2020
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How a 77 year old builds a carport

I set about marking out the footprint for the carport and it worked out just as I had hoped. I bolted the base with rawl bolts to the concrete kerbing and on the drive way drove (900mm) steel spikes into the drive way. I next made some blocks of wood that fitted the base and the Connector side post, I then assembled the top section and bolted the top brace at the correct width.( As we sometimes have wind gusts I decided to use HT 6mm bolts for the braces as well as the vertical cross beams. I made a tripod and then lifted the top section up and removed the wooden blocks and installed the side posts to the top and base. I installed the two outside vertical beams and I will now need some help plus a scissor lift to take me up to 3 metres to put on the roof. I completed putting the roof on my carport before I went away over Easter. I did hire a scsisor lift as suggested which worked out well. It only took 4 hours to finish the roof. My only problem was that as can be seen in the attached photo was that the roofing iron was 800 mm too wide. I can not see where I went wrong? In my case this was to my advantage as I put up some shade cloth between the carport and the existing garage and the extra length bend down so there was no sharp edges to rip the shade cloth. All in all I am very happy with the carport. Of cause the big test is if when we to get some high winds, but I am sure the construction is sturdy enough to not cause me to worry. From a satisfied customer

Bert Nelson
car port

I bought one of these 5 years ago .It is all rusted .The 12 year warranty does not cover rust.I live in a rural community ,Zone C. .There are corrosion zones which cover most of NZ, and unfortunately you basically have to live in inland NZ to qualify for any rust warranty [BRANZ zone B]. Coastal NZ where the majority of us live is BRANZ zone C and D . Please note that Trade Tested advised me that they no longer sell the carport that I bought.BUT it looks exactly like the one that is currently being advertised .Buyer beware. Do not buy this product . .

Upset Bay of Plenty
No, I do not recommend this product.

Shared from: Carport 6.0m x 9.2m Ironsand

Reply from Trade Tested This unit had a fault and we have sent a replacement product.
3.4m x 9.2m carport

Built this by myself with a rolling scaffold and 8 quick release clamps to hold things in place while fixing. absolute mission took 68 hours, highly recommend 2-3 people. As mentioned by other reviewers the bracing screws were inadequate. Took 9 hours to remove the plastic from the roofing iron what a pig of a job. I didn't fit the roof drip edge capping as we have a Totara tree above and would of just blocked up Overall this does the job intended for and looks fairly smart

Double G Whangarei
6m x 9m carport

The carport went up easily, 3 of us with a scissorlift, took us 2 days but we could have done it in a day and a half, we wasted a lot of time trying to remove the plastic covering from the roof sheets, bloody mongrel of a job.

Gazza Canterbury

Shared from: Carport 6.0m x 9.2m Ironsand

Good Value

Very good value for money. I upgraded to heavier duty screws and cover ridge (as supplied ones were very inadequate). I also added extra bracing. Getting the plastic protective layer off the the 70 sheets of colour steel was very laborious. The structure is quite high so my two tiered platform (also from Trade Tested) made the job safe and straight forward. The assembly instructions are sketchy. Overall I would recommend.

Jeanboy Tauranga