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Old 01-18-2016, 07:01 PM   #21
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The anchors are screwed into the ground and bolted to the base plates, similar to what they use for manufactured homes. Since it doesn't have full sides there is less tendency for it to move in the wind. I like the conduction so much i am considering one of their buildings for a garage and that will be anchored to a slab
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We were delayed a little by weather, mainly windy, but got the carport completed. The winds were a factor because the roof panels were 40 feet long and the installer said they have enough experience to know it's not safe to try to lift them, even with four guys doing the job. Installed a campground style 5/30/20 amp power box and a water outlet for the hose. Wasn't sure how things would fit until completion but there's plenty of room to park the utility trailer and the pickup next to the RV.

BTW, the utility trailer is also a Forest River product.

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We were delayed a little by weather, mainly windy, but got the carport completed. The winds were a factor because the roof panels were 40 feet long and the installer said they have enough experience to know it's not safe to try to lift them, even with four guys doing the job. Installed a campground style 5/30/20 amp power box and a water outlet for the hose. Wasn't sure how things would fit until completion but there's plenty of room to park the utility trailer and the pickup next to the RV.

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What was the total size of the carport? Really looks nice! I know that you will love it.
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Emm-dee,
What was the total size of the carport? Really looks nice! I know that you will love it.
It's 25' wide 40' long. With the big rain we just had I'm already seeing the advantage of it. No fresh black streaks!
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