Our carports offer sturdy weather protection from ice, rain and snow, enabling happy customers to unload shopping and luggage undercover.
123v covered parking provides outdoor shelter all year round and shields car windscreens from early morning frost and ice.
Our carports are available, in a wide range of sizes, models and colours.
This includes the following designs:
Traditional lean to designs, which can project out up to 15m between posts.
Cantilever carport where a suitable existing structure is available.
Glass roofed car port, which can also produce electric via integrated translucent solar panels.
We have fitted our Carports, throughout the UK, since the 90's. Thousands of customers with a Quality product installed for long lasting service. Designed by us in the UK, Manufactured by us in the UK and Fitted by us across the UK.
123v Plc is happy to say that we are now fully FCA Regulated. 123v Plc has been given permission to provide regulated products and services. With just 20% deposit you can now spread your payments over a 3, 4 or 10 year period with our new 123v Account.
123v provide a wide range of carport designs to shelter your car from the elements. Choose a car canopy configuration for an economical, space saving and bespoke alternative to the household garage. We proudly supply throughout the UK, low maintenance carports of all kinds, to suit homes, warehouses and commercial properties. 123v Plc design, manufacture and install carports in three carport types...Learn More
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What is a carport?
Depending on the type of carport you want to get, carports can be made of aluminum panels with steel posts and use a high quality composite material known as GRP (Glass Reinforced Polyester) that allow long lasting properties and strength to weight properties. Learn more of different types of carports here.
123v can build domestic or commercial carports of any size, however a planning permission may be required if your carport project exceeds 50% of the area of land around your original house. More information to be found on https://www.planningportal.co.uk/info/200130/common_projects