One of the more traditional looking porches is the brick porch design.
When settling on a porch design for your home, it is important to think about style – a style that not only you like, but a front porch or back porch that will also match the style of your house. There are so many different types of porches, that this can be a tricky decision, but should you need any help feel free to give us a call and we can give you a hand offering our expert advice, while supplying you with porch ideas that suit your needs, style and budget.
View the task of buying a front porch extension as an investment opportunity.
When buying an enclosed front porch, it can add money on to your property when you sell in the future, so long as the porch is of a good quality and blends in with the appearance of your property.
Consider what impression your front porch extension will have on the potential buyers when they first see your home.
There are many advantages to buying brick porches with a pitched roof:
Here at Grovewood of Essex our customers always come first and we want them to make the best choices when choosing a porch for their property. If you have any questions, our family run business will be more than happy to answer them while supplying you with a free no obligation quote.
Building a fbrick front porch at ground level and under 30 square metres in floor area is normally exempt from the need for building regulation approval. This is provided that glazing and any fixed electrical installations comply with the appropriate sections of building regulations.
For a brick porch with pitched roof to be exempt from building regulations approval:
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