GardenSite Introduce New Kingston Range

GardenSite announce the introduction of the Kingston Range, a brand new collection of three multi-purpose lean-to and freestanding carports and a similarly styled contemporary gazebo.

Created by David Coton on Thursday, 28th of February, 2019.
Updated on Friday, 1st of March, 2019.


Versatile and easy to install with a modern design that blends practicality with eye-catching style, there's no doubt these exciting new products will become very popular. New for 2019, GardenSite feature an exciting new range, expanding their current offering of garden buildings, gazebos and carports.

The three carports in the Kingston range are 10ft deep with a choice of 10ft, 14ft or 16ft width, while the Kingston Gazebo is 10ft x 10ft with netting and curtains available as optional accessories.

So whether you're looking to cover a car, hot tub, seating or dining area within your outdoor space, then these Kingston structures just may be the finishing touch.

Kingston Carports

A wide entrance and plenty of overhead clearance makes each one of the carports accessible for most vehicles and they can be added to the side of your house as a value for money alternative to building a garage.

Although perfect to provide shelter for a car or motorbike, a Kingston carport can also be used to provide cover for any outside space or patio, allowing you to extend your living and entertaining space outside.

With a heavy-duty aluminium frame which has been powder coated in a modern grey finish to add an extra layer of protection from weathering and rust, each carport model is strong and durable once installed, although can be easily relocated in the future if required. On the roof, you'll find polycarbonate panels, which filter out harmful UV rays from the sun, helping to protect your car underneath from discolouring over time.

View the freestanding 10 x 16ft Kingston Carport10 x 10 ft Kingston Lean-To or the larger 10 x 14ft Kingston Lean-To.

Kingston Gazebo

Kingston GazeboThe Kingston Gazebo with its attractive pyramid shaped roof comes into its own when children need to be shaded when playing in the garden, and it's ideal to shelter a table and chairs if family and friends want to enjoy al fresco dining.

Additionally, for less than £600, it makes for an ideal shelter to cover a hot tub, as well as adding privacy with the addition of the optional netting and curtains.

Only lightweight but very strong aluminium is used to construct the carport and gazebo frames, and laser cut fittings are made from galvanized steel. All the metal has a durable powder coating in fashionable grey to ensure complete corrosion and weather resistance for many years to come, meaning that there's no stress about the structure rusting during bad rain.

Virtually unbreakable twin wall polycarbonate roof panels offer protection from both rain and the adverse effects of sunlight, they will not crack or discolour like cheaper plastics and importantly block harmful UV rays.

Although securely anchored, the carports and gazebo can be dismantled and relocated at any time, and maintenance is kept to a minimum due to their great specifications, top quality materials and superb design.

All in all, the Kingston range offers protection, shelter and privacy at a competitive price, all with free delivery within mainland UK.

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