On the whole, porches give entrances a neater, more pleasing appearance, and add an extra bit of room for shoes, coats and other bits and bobs. Like any home improvement though, you might be wondering – just how much does a porch cost?
When it comes to construction, prices for a porch build depend on many factors. It’s impossible to give an exact figure until one of our experts have a look at your property as each house is different, One of our designers will come and visit your property and measure up, taking various aspects into account, such as size, materials, prospected time-scale, etc, and provide you with a free no-obligation quote. but to help you plan your porch, here’s a rough guide on the various types of porches available, from smaller, simple designs to larger, more extensive builds.
The most obvious impact on the price of a new porch is the size of the porch itself. To cut small costs, homeowners do not have to pay £150 for a planning application when building a ground-level porch that’s three square metres in size, and that doesn’t come within two metres of a boundary that fronts a highway. This size is usually enough to fit shoe and coat racks, as well as post and doormats.
When designing your porch, there are several things that can affect its price:
The price of a porch depends on a heap of choices. On the whole, the more elaborate the features, the greater the price. The simplest way to find out how much your porch would cost is to schedule an appointment for a free, no-obligation quote. In the meantime, check out the various porches and styles available from Anglian, or head to our porch guide homepage for more information.