You asked and we listened. Today we will review the Rhino Portable Carports.
It’s been popular on the market ever since it was launched and so we decided to take a closer look at it for you. Here we go:
- Strong construction
- No assembly necessary
- Keeps vehicles protected from weather
- Rubber feet on base make it a bit difficult to move
- Could be tall for some cars
- The larger they are the more expensive they get
The Rhino Carport can be set up anywhere in just minutes because it is compatible with the Rhino Swing-Out, a structure that can be manually hooked up to walls. The carport has a one-year limited warranty and can be erected in less than 90 minutes.
The carport is made from steel and comes with a galvanized finish. I liken this to the same finish one would get for a permanently attached garage. The inside panels are made from dense foam and are protected with vinyl film and, if a color is preferred, the carport can be painted with any type of paint.
One of the best parts about this carport is the ease by which you can create a large outdoor workshop area, easily taking an 8 by 20 foot space to a 14 by 20 foot area. This is especially useful for contractors, carpenters, and heavy equipment in confined spaces. People in need of a quick outdoor space for work, such as welding, can also benefit from this product.
I also like this because it comes with heavy-duty galvanized steel framing as well as a steel cross member. The steel framing provides extra stability and can handle up to 900 pounds. The cross member, which is included in the purchase, provides a smooth surface that helps maintain the integrity of the structure.
Lastly, the all-white design is a clean-looking addition to any landscape. The top panels are also removable, allowing for easy access to the interior.
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