Monsoon Season Causes Trees to Damage Carports

Monsoon Season Causes Trees to Damage Carports

October 3, 2018

In Arizona, monsoon season is in full swing. While the days of the dreaded summer haboobs may be behind us, the heavy rains and winds of the monsoon season bring an entirely new set of challenges for home and property owners to battle.

During the desert monsoon season, it’s unfortunately common for high winds and heavy rains to fell trees, causing untold amounts of damage to homes, power lines and carports in Phoenix, AZ.

If you have a carport, you may be wondering what steps you can take to protect your property and your vehicles from the damages caused by high winds and rain. Here are just a few things that you can do to help safeguard your carport, your vehicle and more:

  • Anchor it to the ground: Any carport should be securely anchored to the ground—preferably, directly into a concrete surface. Anchoring a carport directly to the ground will help it withstand the ravages of high winds and rains. Additionally, a well-anchored carport will do a much better job of protecting your vehicles and possessions.
  • Properly select the site: The place you build your carport will go a long way toward determining its ability to withstand adverse weather events. You should build your carport in an area that’s well protected against winds. It’s usually advisable to construct a carport adjacent to a garage, house or other structure.
  • Construct it from metal, not wood or plastic: In areas with high winds, carports made from plastic and wood are more susceptible to wind damage, in large part because they’re heavier than the durable sheet metal that makes up metal carports. Working with a qualified company that specializes in carport construction is a great way to ensure your carport is built out of the right material for your area.
  • Build it right: All of the components comprising your carport should be assembled properly and carefully; for instance, all of the screws should be tightened, and any other pieces of hardware should be assembled professionally. Working with a company that specializes in carports in Phoenix, AZ is the best way to ensure that your carport is capable of withstanding bad weather.

If your carport does sustain damage during this year’s monsoon season, it’s extremely important to procure repair services as soon as possible. While it may look like your damaged carport is still stable, it could actually be at risk of collapsing. This could damage your home, your vehicle and even pose a substantial injury risk to you and your family. Working with a company that specializes in carports in Phoenix, AZ is the best way to ensure that your carport is safe and stable.

Since 1988, Diamondback Carports has been a premier source of carports in Phoenix, AZ. We offer high-quality carport installation and repair services throughout the Phoenix area. If you’re in need of a carport capable of withstanding the climatic rigors of the Valley of the Sun, contact one of our friendly and professional representatives today.

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