Create an inviting entrance to your home

Porch-webYou can never underestimate how important a first impression is, especially when it comes to buying a new front porch. This is something you will want to ensure is going to be designed individually for you, installed with a top quality product and by a company that has decades of experience in the home improvement industry.

Porch-web3Astraglaze porches come in a range of styles, perfect to suit the amount of space available and the design of your home. They are designed to blend in with the current aesthetics of your home and with so many choices, you can personalise the front porch as much or as little as you like.

Porch-web2The choices of porch designs are endless as you can choose from not only the style of the porch, but the style and colour of the door, the double glazed windows, the size and shape of the windows, the glazing style, with colour and patterned glass available to match existing glazing. With such a variety of options, you can choose whether to make a bold, welcoming statement or simply extend the elegant beauty of your home.

Porch-web4Furthermore, your Astraglaze front porch can be just as energy efficient as any other rooms in your house; our double glazed windows retain heat and keep the cold out, whilst the extra space is not only helpful, but it provides an extra barrier against draughts. All of this fronted with an attractive, highly secure multi-locking door, giving you a welcoming and secure entrance to your pride and joy.

Planning Permission

The planning rules for porches are applicable to any external door to the dwelling house. Adding a porch to any external door of your house is considered to be permitted development, not requiring an application for planning permission, provided:

  • The ground floor area (measured externally) would not exceed three square metres.
  • No part would be more than three metres above ground level (height needs to be measured in the same way as for a house extension).
  • No part of the porch would be within two metres of any boundary of the dwellinghouse and the highway.