Porch Extensions Biggleswade

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Biggleswade Porch Extensions (SG18): When you're thinking about ways to enhance the look of your house in Biggleswade, but don't want to spend a fortune, a porch extension is an option you may want to consider. As extension projects go, building a porch can certainly be one of the most effective, whilst at the same time being among the most economical and simplest. Apart from preventing some heat loss and smartening up the doorway to your property, a porch will also give a good first impression to buyers when you come to sell.

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To help you with the planning and design of your porch, you will need to talk to a qualified builder in Biggleswade. If you need more creative ideas and inspiration, try looking online.

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If you decide to go with building a porch, one of the first details you will want to consider is what materials you're going to use for the windows, the roof, the door, the floor, the walls and the ceiling.

It would also be a good idea to think about storage, internal design, furniture, decoration and electric sockets at this point.

Is Planning Permission Needed for a Porch? You should not need to get planning permission for a porch in Biggleswade as long as the following applies to your case: your dwelling is a house, not a maisonette, flat or other form of building, no component of the porch is more than 3m above ground level, no element of the porch construction is within two metres of any highway or 2 metres from the boundary of the property, the construction does not exceed a ground area of 3m2.

It's always better to pop along to your local planning office before pressing ahead with your porch. Your chosen Biggleswade porch builder will perhaps even do this for you. Always check and double check where planning permission is involved.

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Building Regulations Relating to Porches: Building regulations and planning permission are separate and one could be needed where the other isn't. If your project means that the exterior door remains in place, all disability access is maintained and the porch is under 30 square metres and at ground level, you will not need building regulations approval. Building regulations approval is invariably required for electrical installations and certain windows.

What are the Benefits of a Porch? There are certain benefits to be gained by adding a porch extension, including: give you a little bit more storage space, raising the overall value of your property, enhancing the appeal of the property to potential buyers if you need to sell it, providing somewhere to stand wet umbrellas, leave muddy boots and hang coats, offering somewhere to park bicycles, giving more character to a currently plain doorway, minimizing heat loss through your front door and making your front door more secure.

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Porch extensions can be undertaken in Biggleswade and also nearby in: Moggerhanger, Beeston, Sandy, Northill, Shefford, Dunton, Old Warden, Wrestlingworth, Potton, Clifton, Langford, Lower Caldecote, Southill, Upper Caldecote, Hinxworth, Ickwell, Sutton, Broom, and in these postcodes SG18 0PU, SG18 0DT, SG18 0FU, SG18 0HR, SG18 0JL, SG18 0BU, SG18 0FE, SG18 0JN, SG18 0GY, SG18 0HE. Local Biggleswade porch installers will most likely have the dialling code 01767 and the postcode SG18.

Lean-To Porch Biggleswade

A lean-to porch is a construction with a sloping roof that can be designed to complement the roof of your home in Biggleswade, or blend in with a previously installed awning. Lean-to porches are an effective, yet relatively low-cost way to enhance the look of your home. Some of the many advantages include; providing a bit of shade from direct sunlight, adding a supplementary layer of security, creating a handy extra room for keeping hats, coats and shoes and saving on energy bills by providing insulation to your front entryway.

Lean-to porches are one of the easiest ways to extend you house, either to the side, back or front. Depending on your needs, a lean-to porch can be fully enclosed, open or partially enclosed. Lean-to porches can be as simple as 4 wooden posts supporting a sloping roof. For DIYers there are even lean-to porch kits available for sale, although you might prefer to employ a local porch specialist for your lean-to porch installation.

An expertly designed and built lean-to porch can make your house in Biggleswade stand out from the crowd and give it a bit of added curb appeal - important if you ever want to sell it on sometime in the future.

Overdoor/Porch Canopies Biggleswade

An overdoor or porch canopy is the best solution for you if you are planning to cover the front entrance to your house in Biggleswade, but don't wish to build a fully enclosed porch. With the installation of an overdoor porch canopy you'll be able to both provide an eye-catching entrance that will enhance the look of your house, and at the same time shelter your front door from the worst of the Biggleswade weather. To go with the design features of virtually any home in Biggleswade, porch canopies are obtainable in a wide array of styles and shapes. Amongst the most frequently seen porch canopy styles are the A-frame porch canopy, the flat roof door canopy, the hipped porch canopy and the single-pitch canopy. (Tags: Porch Canopy Biggleswade, Porch Canopies Biggleswade, Overdoor Canopies Biggleswade, Door Canopy Biggleswade).

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If you're able to get a builder who is a member of the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), then that is going to be a big advantage.

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Also find: Potton porches, Lower Caldecote porches, Sandy porches, Ickwell porches, Broom porches, Dunton porches, Northill porches, Old Warden porches, Beeston porches, Langford porches, Hinxworth porches, Southill porches, Wrestlingworth porches, Upper Caldecote porches, Moggerhanger porches, Sutton porches, Clifton porches, Shefford porch builders and more.

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Porch Extension Around Biggleswade

Porch extension quotations were recently needed by folks living in the following Biggleswade streets: Church End, Stratton Park Drive, Dunton Lane, The Pastures, Boddington Gardens, Tennyson Avenue, The Avenue, Chaucer Drive, The Fields, Shortmead Street, Sand Lane, The Grove, Thorncote Road, Broadmead, Coopers Close, South Walk, Southill Park, Saffron Court, Crab Lane, Auckland Road, Church Farm Close, Sutton Avenue, Ashley Gardens, Trinity Close, Tompions End, and in these postcodes: SG18 0PU, SG18 0DT, SG18 0FU, SG18 0HR, SG18 0JL, SG18 0BU, SG18 0FE, SG18 0JN, SG18 0GY, SG18 0HE.

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Biggleswade Bedfordshire (Beds): The long established market town of Biggleswade can be found in the Eastern area of England in the county of Bedfordshire (Beds). Biggleswade is roughly 4 miles from Sandy and 12 miles from Bedford, nearby villages and towns include Northill, Langford, Old Warden, Upper Caldecote, Sutton, Broom, Beeston and Clifton. Biggleswade has the postcode SG18, has the telephone dial code 01767 and has a population of about 17,000. The town is located by the River Ivel adjacent to the busy A1, it grew largely due to its excellent transport links. To read local Biggleswade info go here. (Tags: Biggleswade England, Biggleswade Bedfordshire, Biggleswade UK, Biggleswade Beds)

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