Porch Builders Basingstoke
Basingstoke Porch Installation: For anyone who is wondering about having a brand new porch or canopy built on the front of your home in Basingstoke, or simply just changing that tatty old porch which has been troubling you for many years, then you will most likely need to get the assistance and guidance of a professional Basingstoke local builder. would probably be the best choice since there are numerous trade skills involved in the building of a porch or door canopy no matter what materials you're using.
Prior to commencing you'll want to evaluate the construction of and materials for the walls, the roof, the door, the floor andyou'll also have to give some thought to furniture, , electrics as well as other things dependant upon the size and design of the .
An experienced porch builder in Basingstoke should be able to help you with the design and planning of your project however, you may like to check the internet for some inventive designs and ideas to provide you with inspiration for.
Do I Need Planning Permission for a Porch? In many instances you should not need to have planning permission for building a(on an external door in your home) providing that several conditions are met: 1. Your residence is a house, not a maisonette, flat or other type of building. 2. The exterior ground floor area of the construction is not more than 3m2. 3. No component of the porch is within 2 metres of any highway or 2m from the boundary of the property. 4. No component of the porch is more than 3 metres above ground level. Before commencing any porch project it's always best to communicate with you to ensure that everything is ok, the Basingstoke porch builder will be happy to help you with this.
Building Regulations: You could also not needprovided that the present external door remains in place, the porch construction is lower than 30m2 and at ground level, any disabled access is preserved. You will however have to comply with regulations relating to electrical installations and windows (glazing). Again you will need to ask your building contractor or local Basingstoke council for about this.
Check the latest government regulations in relation to porches here: Porches.
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