At Evis Build, we know you will have questions about your proposed porch and will need porch advice from professional porch builders. We hope that some of your questions will be answered in this porch guide which features a list of frequently asked questions and their accompanying answers. Please click on the question to display the answer.
There are a couple of factors to consider when planning your new porch and whether you will require planning permission. Please see our separate guide to planning permission for porches for full details.
Most porches will not require building regulations approval from your local authority. However, there are a couple of factors to consider when planning your new porch and whether you will require building regulation approval. Please see our separate guide to building regulation approval for porches for full details.
The average cost of building a porch in the UK is £3,500 for a porch which measures 3 square metres in ground floor area and is constructed from a dwarf brick wall, a uPVC door, partial glazing around the perimeter and a tiled roof. Although this is an average porch cost for the UK, porches do vary significantly in their style, dimensions and specification. Hence, there are a couple of variables which will determine your total porch cost. Please see our separate guide to the cost of porches for full details.
The duration of a porch building project is determined by its size and complexity. Whilst the average 3 square metre porch with uPVC glazing will take two weeks to complete, larger and more elaborate porches can take up to four weeks to build.
If you have any further questions in regards to your porch in Surrey, London or Kent or would like a fixed price quotation for us to create your new space, please feel free to contact us and arrange a free home visit.