Carport Designer Tecoma
SF Carports have been designing & building and carports in the Tecoma area for over 10 years.
Our team are fully qualified builders and we ensure each project is completed to a high standard of workmanship.
No matter your budget, regardless of your time frame and whether you’re looking for an enclosed, side-less, or hybrid style of storage for your vehicles; you can count on us to get the job done right.
Carport Builder in Tecoma
Tecoma is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 34 km east from Melbourne’s central business district. Its local government area is the Shire of Yarra Ranges. At the 2016 Census, Tecoma had a population of 2,082.
The suburb is named after the shrub Tecoma that grew in the area when the need was identified for a railway station for the timber mill that occupied the site where Tecoma Primary School now stands. The Post Office opened on 7 January 1929, closing in 1976.
Tecoma is a small suburb, nestled between Belgrave and Upwey, adjoining Sherbrooke Forest to the north. It is historically recognised as a foothill township of the Dandenong Ranges, an area of cultural significance and biodiversity.
In 2011 a plan by the multinational fast food chain McDonald’s to build a 24-hour takeaway restaurant in the main street of Tecoma was met with strong community opposition. The original application for planning approval was rejected by Yarra Ranges Shire Council however McDonald’s launched a successful appeal to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal and was granted planning approval in October 2012. Construction began in July 2013 and subsequent community opposition and protest led to widespread media attention. Protests and media attention peaked in the final months of construction leading to the April 2014 opening of the store and included Victoria Police action against the protesters during construction and a large police presence on the opening day of the store.