A porch requires a much smaller investment than a large home extension and whilst it obviously doesn’t offer the volume of floor space that you get with a conservatory or orangery installation, it’s roomy enough to accommodate many of the items currently clogging up your hallway.
Which items are we referring to?
Any proposed porch design should be appropriately styled and coloured to complement your residence so that it successfully enhances your entranceway, rather than spoiling its look. Hazlemere supplies porches in UPVC, brick and aluminium, plus a host of different colours, so there’s little chance of your chosen porch having an adverse effect on the aesthetics of the house.
The addition of a porch will also bolster home security as each of our porches comes with the very latest secure mechanisms, including high security handles and hinges, a multi-point locking system, a number of anti-bump/snap cylinders and dog bolts.
You needn’t concern yourself about planning permission if the porch is a “permitted development”. It will qualify as this if it meets the following guidelines:
Building regulations approval doesn’t need to be obtained in the following circumstances:
You will have far less of a reason to complain about a shortage of space once our fitting team has put your porch into place.
Arrange an appointment to discuss your porch-related requirements with us.
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