Upvc or wood porch
Porches are increasingly popular in the UK for a number of reasons and normally act as a small space attached to the front of your home. They will either be enclosed with a door and windows, or open planned; which is especially great in the summer months.
As you would expect there are a range of styles available to homeowners when it comes to the porch and a variety of materials to match too. By far the most popular are uPVC porches and wooden porches.
As every property has its own character, front porch designs are individual to the home. Specialists in the industry will make to measure ensuring you have the perfect entrance to your home. So whether it’s to provide extra storage space for shoes, coats and bags, or to prevent to the cold weather from creeping into your home, a porch is a fantastic solution.
Some of the key benefits associated with porches include:
The ability to eliminate draughts. This will effectively keep your home warmer all year round, reducing your fuel bill in the process.
Improving the aesthetic appeal of your home. A quality front porch looks fantastic at the front of a property and dramatically enhances the first impression of your home for friends and family.
Extra storage space. Depending on the size of porch you opt for, you’ll have extra space for anything you wish. They’re particularly handy for shoes, coats and bags, leaving your home free from clutter.
The uPVC porch in particular can be sprayed to any colour, including a woodgrain effect to resemble natural timber. Often, this will never need repainting, whilst it won’t crack, flake or chip.
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