Create real curb appeal for your Liverpool home with a double-glazed porch that is built to match the features of your home. Our porches are built to the same exacting standards as our conservatories and orangeries with the same stellar materials produced from our factory in Liverpool.
A new porch offers benefits beyond aesthetics; this small extension can serve as a utility room whilst also providing a valuable extra layer of security. All of our porches feature the same high-quality PVC fittings that we install on our larger jobs, so you can also benefit from added energy savings during the winter.
Our team of experienced workmen have gained a stellar reputation for providing a high standard of work, not to mention taking the time and care to ensure that the site is tidy at the end of each day’s work. Get in touch with us to find out how your home could benefit from a new porch – send us a message using the contact form, visit us in our showroom or give us a call today.
What are porches for?
Porches are small house extensions that are placed in front of your home’s main entrance. They’re practical spaces that can store coats or shoes and can also provide an extra buffer of insulation for your home, reducing any draught that might come from opening the front door.
What is a good size porch?
A good size porch is no larger than 3 square metres. Any larger and you would need to apply for planning permission, which would increase the total cost of the build.
How much do porches cost in the UK?
Porches cost between £3,000 and £5,000 depending in the UK. This is assuming that the porch is 3m², made of brick, with a concrete floor, tiled roof and composite door.
How much are UPVC porches?
A self-assemble UPVC porch can cost between £900 and £1,500. This package would include UPVC frame, full-height glass sides and a double glazed door. Assembling a UPVC porch may also require DIY skills, tools and time to complete.
What are the different types of porches?
Porch types can be defined by the roof style and are suited to different homes. For example, a pitched roof is a good choice when the porch is placed to the side of the home, due to planning restrictions. Whereas a gable-ended pitched roof is better suited for homes that have the requisite space between boundary and highway to extend outwards.
How much would a brick porch cost?
A brick porch costs between £3,000 to £5,000, depending on the features that you are looking to include. For example, if you’re looking to feature custom glass in your doors or pay for a Rokdoor, for added security, you may find that you pay more for your birch porch.
Why choose Allerton Windows to build your Porch?
Allerton Windows is Liverpool’s largest independent local home improvement specialists. We’ve put excellence in customer service and aftercare at the heart of our business since starting establishing the business in 1995. Since then we’ve garnered hundreds of positive reviews from happy homeowners and businesses across Merseyside.
We’re a Liverpool business through and through, as such, in the spirit of our great city we consider it our responsibility to treat all our customers fairly from our first meeting to our last.
Get a quote for your Porch in Liverpool today!
Get in touch with an idea of what you’re looking for and we can help you narrow down your options. Visit us in our showroom in Bootle, or arrange a time for us to visit your home to give you the best idea of what you can expect from us. Send us a message or give us a call to find out more.