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Protect your Vehicles with a Four Seasons Carport!



New York certainly has instances of inclement weather. I guarantee that every new yorker can think of a specific instance where they have been stuck inside due to a snowstorm or hurricane. Despite these rare extraordinary circumstances, New York’s beautiful summer weather lends itself to an opportunity to have fun outdoors with your friends and family (or in your sunroom). However, while you are enjoying your day sitting at the beach or by the pool, it is important to take care of what helps you get to your destination. Just like the rain, snow, strong winds, and sun can do damage to our emotions and our homes, they have an equal or even greater impact on our vehicles. Adding a carport to your home is a cost-effective way to protect your vehicles from damage or a depreciation of value. Carports are valuable for a plethora of reasons, but here are just a few that display why we believe they are crucial to your vehicle’s health. 

 The sun and heat, as well as heavy rains and hurricane strength winds, can all put stress on your vehicle’s exterior and interior. The exterior of the vehicle can suffer from cracks, fading or chipping paint, while the interior may experience a deterioration to leather due to intense direct sunlight. Installing a carport will give your vehicle shelter from extreme elements, help your vehicle last long, and preserve your car’s value.

 When constructing a carport, it is essential to choose a material that can endure any weather at any time. Aluminum or steel are two options that are strong and can withstand high winds and heat. They are also light weight and cost-effective. Using aluminum or steel will help your budget and your vehicle equally. Furthermore, carports can be installed on various levels of surfaces, including gravel, concrete, or asphalt. They are durable and fire resistant as well, potentially decreasing your insurance costs and providing consistent support to your vehicles. 

 For many, our cars and boats are some of our most prized possessions. It is not worth the risk to let our vehicles sit outside to endure inclement weather when they can be safe and secure inside just like us. For a low cost, the benefits of carports significantly outweigh any concerns. Take time to remember how important your vehicle is to your everyday life, and figure out what kind of carport is best for you today.

 

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