Vertical Roof A-Frame Carports feature the top of the line of the three roof systems that we offer. The roof transitions to the legs with a welded pin. The corrugated ridges in the roof panels are oriented vertically, or up and down, like metal roofing on a house. They are popular because they feature the A-Frame style, they allow water, snow, and other debris to exit the roof much easier than the other two designs, which also makes for a longer-lasting roof system, and they look more expensive as compared to the Regular Roof carports. In addition, they have steel framing to support the vertical roof panels, have ridge cap trim at the apex of the roof, and have a deeper trim on the sides and ends. They are often used for 1-car shelters, double or 2-carports, for recreational vehicle storage, larger metal shelters, and for combo carports or carports with storage buildings. The prices listed below are for the non-certified, standard 14 gauge frame vertical roof carports. Click on the photo for additional pricing for heavier 12 gauge frame, certification, and options shown. Also click on the photos to get a free custom quote or to order the product listed in our online store.