New & Replacement Porch Designs

Test Valley Windows are suppliers and installers of new and replacement porches. All of our porch designs are made to measure and can include brickwork, tiled or transparent roofs and porch windows and doors in some finishes. Porches create an entrance into your home that helps to protect it from the elements of weather, and general wear and tear. They can be somewhere to store your shoes, boots and jackets, and save your living area from dirt and grime. A new porch will keep your house warmer by creating a further barrier, which also helps to warm your home with the use of our Planitherm total plus ‘A’ rated double glazing.

Replacement Porches

With period properties porches are often the last to be renovated, but they are the first impression that guests are met with. If you would like to retain the roof and or base, then the parameters are set to a certain extent. However using our free porch design and quote service we can offer you sound advice that will enhance your porch. Test Valley Windows is a locally based company that thrives on the recommendations of its customers. This is achieved by giving sound impartial advice, with the experience we have gained, through our many years of trading.

The porch roof and base in the image above were retained, brickwork was added below the porch windows to the same height as the window to the right. This resulted in a porch that fitted in with the character of the house, was better than the old porch, and cost less than a full replacement.

Infill & New Porches

We install many porches that have an existing open canopy roof that is infilled using a combination of doors, windows and brick or block and renders. This is a very cost effective way of building a porch, as well as the fact that they normally blend in seamlessly, to the existing property. The above photo is one such example that was carried out in Overton near Basingstoke.

New build porches are best designed to the character of the property. The blank canvas makes it easier to design to your exact requirements. Depending on the size and location, your new porch design may require planning, through your local and if applicable your parish council. This is an area our adviser will help you with, and if you decide to proceed, we can take care of any planning and building regulation requirements.

All of our porches are bespoke. When designing your new porch, you can choose from our vast range of porch windows, glass designs and doors. Your porch design could have a glass or polycarbonate roof (which you can find details on under our conservatory sections), a solid roof to match your house or GRP porch roof. Test valley windows will carry out all the works from start to finish, including ground works and drainage, brickwork, roofing, electrical, plastering, tiling or laminated floors and plumbing.

The cost of a new porch varies, due to the many parameters and would require a site visit from our estimator. For a supply only porch, the price would be considerably less because much of costs are in the ground work, base work, roof and labour. When a porch is constructed correctly, it is similar to building a mini extension. Our slide show video on how to build a conservatory will give you an insight into the construction of a porch base. This can be found on the side bar, or further down the page if using a mobile or tablet. If you would like a free double glazed porch design and quote for the supply and installation, or would like to supply us with your design, then please contact us. Test Valley Windows have a no pressure sales policy and do not cold call.

Test Valley windows install porches throughout Hampshire, Dorset, Sussex, Wiltshire, Berkshire including Andover, Winchester, Basingstoke, West London, Southampton, New Forest, Romsey, etc.

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Below is a new porch we recently completed in Winchester Hampshire. Brick, render and black gutter to match the existing house with a Pilkington Active glass roof. The porch frames are A rated energy efficient uPVC double glazing.