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Asheville Carport Sales: Sustainable Carports

Asheville Carport Sales
All Asheville carport sales are sustainable, eco-friendly decisions.

Did you know that Elephant Structures steel carports are 100% recyclable? Not only do our custom steel carports last for decades, but they are able to be recycled when they are no longer needed. We at Elephant Structures manufacture our products with green materials to do our part to save the environment and to serve our customers, ensuring that all Asheville carport sales are eco-friendly.

Asheville Carport Sales: More Green Tips About Idling your Car

We’ve already written an article about the impact that carports can have on major ecosystems like the Chesapeake Bay, and an article going into detail about our sustainable building materials. Now we’d like to share some green knowledge from the California Energy Commission, urging drivers to be conscious of idling their cars.

Did you know that “for every two minutes a car is idling, it uses about the same amount of fuel it takes to go a mile?” Here’s a few more surprising green facts for NC drivers:

  • Turning your Engine on and off repeatedly doesn’t use more gas than idling! Within 10 seconds of idling, a car wastes as much gas as it would to turn the car on again. That means that after 10 seconds of standing still, you’re wasting gas.
  • Idling is bad for your cylinders, spark plugs, and exhaust components, whereas shutting off and starting your engine multiple times is proven to have minimal effect upon your car. Save your car while saving the environment!
  • For more detail about idling your car and for more tips about sustainable energy, check out these debunked energy myths.

 Asheville Carport Sales: Getting in Touch

All Asheville carport sales on are fully customizable with our online carport builder application. Get in touch with our Asheville carport sales representatives to talk more about going green with an Elephant Structures Carport, and feel free to reach out to us on Facebook and Twitter with more green tips and carport comments.


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