Robust, durable and with an attractive contemporary design, the Palram Canopia Neo 1180 Grey Twinwall Door Canopy offers your door outstanding weatherproof protection, the whole year round.
Expertly made using a 6mm twin-wall polycarbonate panel, this front door canopy is virtually unbreakable and allows 80% light transmission. It blocks 100% of harmful UV rays and is completely UV-protected too, so will maintain its attractive appearance above your door without any risk of fracturing or fading in the sun.
The polycarbonate panel is fixed to the wall using high-impact polymer support arms, while aluminium edges and side polycarbonate profiles ensure it remains protected and secure.
Wind resistant to 90km/ hr (56ml/ hr) and snow-load tested to 60kg/ m² (12.3lbs/ ft²), this over door canopy really does provide exceptional weatherproof protection for your front door.
You don’t need to screw through the pre-cut panel during installation, so there's no danger, whatsoever, of it developing a leak. Mounting hardware is included to help you achieve a straightforward assembly.
Constructed from recyclable components, to minimise its environmental impact, and supplied with a reassuring 1-year limited warranty, this premium porch canopy is completely maintenance-free, saving you money and leaving you with more time to do the things you enjoy.
You can purchase this particular model of door canopy in a wide range of sizes.
Free delivery is available to most UK postcodes.
- Near unbreakable 6mm twin-wall polycarbonate panel allows 80% light transmission
- High-impact polymer support arms
- Front and rear aluminium protective edges
- Side polycarbonate profiles for added panel protection
- Wind resistant to 90km/ hr (56ml/ hr)
- Snow-load tested to 60kg/ m² (12.3lbs/ ft²)
- Eco responsible - made from completely recyclable components
- Pre-cut panel with mounting hardware included
- Completely maintenance free - saves you time and money
- Reassuring 1-year limited warranty
- Available in various sizes
- Free delivery to most UK postcodes