DIY – Porch Enclosure Kits

Porch Enclosure Systems: Do-It-Yourself Measurements & Installation

Congratulations on discovering Porch Enclosure Systems. Our unique, Do-It-Yourself (DIY) porch enclosure kits are custom made and shipped directly from the manufacturer (us!). Once received they can be installed by you or your local handy-man in just a few hours. We make an innovative, built-to-last product sure to provide many years of enjoyment in your new space. Please take the time to browse our Website to become familiar with our product – we guarantee it will be worth the effort. 

DIY Enclosures for Screened in Porches

 Outside Mounted

Inside Mounted

DIY Enclosures for Covered Patios

Zipper system, with built-in, independent roll-up door panel

DIY Enclosures for Pavilions

Easy to hide & deploy

Enclose large spaces

DIY Enclosures for Restaurants & Commercial Buildings

Minimal Tools Required – Easy project for your local contractor or maintenance team

D-I-Y Steps to Success. From Ordering to Installation.

  1. Create a PES Account
    1. Add preliminary measurements
    2. Upload photos of your space
  2. Scheduled a call (Sales)
    1. Review your photos & measurements
    2. Q&A
    3. Go over recommendations 
  3. Make a deposit
  4. Schedule a call (Fabrication Team)
    1. Be ready with ladder & measuring tape in hand
    2. Take final measurements with PES on the line
    3. Print and compare final measurements
  5. Approve for production
  6. Installation
    1. Enclosures arrive well packaged to your doorstep
    2. Panels are labeled, preassembled, and ready for installation
    3. Easy to follow instructions

Taking Measurements

Taking Photos

Take one photo for each side of your porch. Upload right from your phone. 

Installation: Easy to Follow Instructions

Aligning enclosure with column before attaching the top track. 

Customize your Porch Enclosure Kit
Our enclosures are custom made and shipped directly from the manufacturer (us!). Once received they can be installed by you or your local handy-man in just a few hours. 

This customized kit included roll-up panels, door panel and over door vent panel. More Photos

Outdoor porch curtains, in the color Harbor Blue, rolled up half-way.

While there is quite a bit of standardization in the quality patio enclosures we build, some customization is required to assure the perfect fit, and to meet the needs of our customers. Our design process means it is simple and straightforward for customers to take measurements and order a porch enclosure kit from us.

  • Inside or outside mounting
  • Good selection of colors
  • Custom cutouts for light fixtures, column pedestals, etc.
  • Built in doors, including doggy doors
  • Flooring mounting when posts are not available
  • Connect to wood, steel, brick, aluminum, vinyl
  • Tinted or clear press polished vinyl sheet glass
  • Glass with a company logo, image, or text
  • Commercial fire retardant materials that pass California State Fire Marshall, NFPA 701 and CPAI 84 specifications
  • Different mounting hardware options
  • more…

Recommended Tools for Installing your PES

  • Tape measure
  • Cordless drill
  • Level
  • Pencil
  • ⅛” drill bit
  • ¼” socket
  • 9mm socket
  • Phillips Head bit
  • Pair of scissors or a knife
  • Lighter
  • Two Ladders or Step Stools
  • cold beverages
  • (no hammers needed!)

Our enclosures add value and improve your outdoor space. They’re attractive, built to last and make you want to spend more time outdoors.

Resources for Considering a Porch Enclosure System

How do I get a price quote?

To meet customer demand our online quoting system saves you time, assures our recommendations are accurate, & offers an effective way to order directly from the manufacturer (us!).

Create My Account

*We’ll need some details about your space to use our real-time pricing system.  Sales support is readily available. Delete your account anytime.

In the world of outdoor living, no two spaces are ever alike.

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