uPVC porches can be a great home improvement to make the entrance to your home more beautiful and providing vital extra space that helps keep the rest of your home clutter-free.
But it’s also important that it is low in maintenance, giving you and your family more chance to enjoy extra leisure time in your home and outside it.
We offer high-quality porch installation. Our uPVC porches are resilient and strong, secure and safe but also easily maintained.
There’s no wood in our uPVC porches to rot and warp. There’s no need to repaint our uPVC porches. They’ll stay looking good with a quick, occasional wipe with a damp cloth.
We offer beautiful uPVC windows and doors in a wide range of styles. Windows built into our uPVC porches have all the features you’d expect from a trusted company like Coastline. We believe they are top-performing in terms of their ability to keep warmth in and wind, rain and excessive noise out.
Every energy-efficient window we install comes with a 10-year guarantee and has also earned the right to carry the ‘Energy Saving Recommended’ tag. They are made with proven, quality-assured technologies and processes and include components from world-class suppliers.
We install sealed double glazing units made at Glassline’s Sussex factory which has achieved the ISO 9000 quality standard in recognition of its consistent quality processes.
The doors you choose for your new uPVC porch will also be durable, secure and attractive as well. Tested to the exacting standards of the British Standards Institute, your front door will resist wind, rain, ice and snow.
You can select a door for your uPVC porch from a wide range of designs to match the style and decor of your house.
Gain peace of mind knowing that Coastline Windows will be with you from start to finish, ensuring an excellent job is completed at every stage. Our attention to detail is what has given us so many positive reviews. We highly recommend reading through our reviews to see what our previous clients have to say about us! Get in touch to discuss your requirements. We can also discuss planning permission, which usually is not required with a new porch.