Mr Carports - East Hills - SA
A bull-nose verandah with heritage balustrade, designed to match the original building design.


A car is most peoples second biggest investment (after their house) and like any investment it needs protection to get the maximum enjoyment and return from it.


We pride ourselves on complete customer satisfaction with individual designs...



A well designed outdoor deck or balcony will add great value to your home, flat or unit and it will improve your lifestyle enormously.



A Pergola is usually described as an outdoor structure without a solid roof. They are often covered with vines or climbing roses, but often pergolas are covered with shade-cloth.


A well designed, beautiful gazebo will not only add value to your house, it can also make a great improvement to your lifestyle.



Covering or enclosing your swimming pool can make an enormous improvement to your lifestyle by extending the swimming season throughout the year.

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