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How much do smallish porches cost?

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KatyMac Fri 25-Apr-08 22:28:06

Thanks

clam Sat 26-Apr-08 10:49:12

Depends if you believe that bloke off the news who knocked down the one he'd just built for that woman who didn't pay him.

KatyMac Sat 26-Apr-08 16:47:35

Hmmm that was a bit expensive

& I'll pay for mine

noddyholder Sat 26-Apr-08 17:11:03

What materials roof door etc and how big?

Ecmo Sat 26-Apr-08 17:18:57

I read that as Porsches!!!
then I was all confused as didnt realize there were small ones....grin

KatyMac Sat 26-Apr-08 19:19:20

Umm not really sure

Are they part of permitted development rights?

<<don't ask questions when you don't know what the questions are>>

cosypenguins Wed 30-Dec-15 21:32:19

I would love to see some on uk houses and how to decorate them.

LaurieFairyCake Wed 30-Dec-15 21:37:22

Do you mean the plastic ones that look like tiny conservatories? They're about 3-4k

The wooden porch things around the house like Americans have? No clue

Loumate666 Wed 30-Dec-15 21:50:47

I've just had this one put in as part of other works so no specific price but knowing how long it took and approx labour / material rates, I would say around £2750 (we're in W Sussex):

- Base / blockwork / paving - £750
- Oak Frame (he cut and planed it from sawn green oak) - £1500
- Roof - £500

HTH

B

Jojay Wed 30-Dec-15 21:54:04

We had a 3m x 1m brick porch built, with a sloping roof and window. We supplied the new front door ourselves. It was built on the footprint of the old one and cost about £2.5k iirc.

t1mum Wed 30-Dec-15 21:55:19

loumate666 that looks great. I want exactly the same thing for our house in West Sussex - I don't suppose you would PM me his details....

Jojay Wed 30-Dec-15 21:56:25

And as far as I know, 3m x 1m was the biggest we could get under permitted development but don't quote me on that.....

cosypenguins Wed 30-Dec-15 22:16:45

I am thinking of a vestibule type of porch like loumate666 has and also the American style longer porch where you can sit.
I would be grateful for any ideas or pictures people have of these in the uk.
Loumate666 is really classy. Thanks for posting the picture.

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