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An Everest porch adds space, security and style to the front of your home. As well as looking fantastic, you’ll be free from front door draughts and will see the benefits in your energy bills. Available in both uPVC and aluminium, our porches are fully enclosed and consist of a minimum of 50% glass.
A solid porch adds an extra layer of security to your home. Add the fact we use toughened glass in our double glazed units as standard and reinforced hinges, you can rest assured knowing that the front of your home will be more secure than ever before.
At Everest, we believe a porch should be able to cater for more than just your mail. So whether you desire a small expansion to your entrance for storage or a more traditional porch with space to sit and pull on boots or dry the dog, we can meet your needs and create the perfect porch for your home.
Our bespoke range of porches are made-to-measure for a perfect fit and will complement the aesthetics of your home. We can even match the front door to a new garage door to complement the style of your home. There’s a range of roof styles to choose from, so the porch can either make a statement or blend in as though it’s always been there. And they’re also incredibly easy to maintain and will never rot, flake, rust or fade.
We offer a range of comprehensive guarantees against fog, condensation and discolouration. Plus, our guarantees are transferrable should you sell your property.
At Everest, we understand that choosing a new porch can be a daunting task. So to help you here are some frequently asked questions that you might find useful.
In most local authorities, you don't need planning permission as long as the area does not exceed three square metres, is not more than three metres above ground level or within two metres of any boundary and highway. For anything outside these, a full planning application will be necessary. However If you live in a house which is a listed building, it is likely that you will need Listed Building Consent for any building operations.
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This will be highly dependent on the design chosen but in general a Porch consists of low level dwarf walls which if incorporated into your design will require foundations.
There is no rule of thumb when it comes to the colour or design of your porch. That said, we would advise that you are mindful of kerb appeal and the surrounding properties so that you can ensure that any finished porch enhances the value of your home.
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