What are Porches for?
A porch acts as an extra barrier to your home, thus protecting your home from any unwanted visitors, for example if a burglar attempts to break in to your property, they will have to successfully break through two entrances, rather than just one, this may be enough to put them off from even trying. Porches also offer a convenient space for couriers to leave packages and guests to enter your space.
Why choose a Porch?
Porches also make a home looking more appealing to potential buyers which can help to improve its value. Again, porches add that extra layer of security to your main front door, which can also help to secure a buyer. Making sure the porch has practical value is vital.
Do Porches need planning permission?
Porches normally do not need planning permission. If you live in your house, the work is considered permitted development, providing that the highest part of the porch does not measure more than three metres up from ground level.
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