You need an entranceway that exudes class, and an integrated UPVC, aluminium or timber porch from Bon Accord will give it a cutting-edge look.
Our porches are far from the plain and uninspiring porches you often see on Britain’s streets.
They come with a choice of slate or tiled roofing system in both traditional and modern styles and our fitters carefully design and integrate them to suit the character of buildings.
Once they gain sight of your porch, no-one will have a bad word to say about your house on their approach up to your front door.
But, there’s more to our porches than them just adding some much-needed attractiveness to your entrance. This inexpensive product offers several other selling-points…
You could use the inside of a porch as a place for storing shoes, coats, hats, umbrellas etc. to free up space elsewhere indoors. A porch with a sliding door could also come in useful for depositing deliveries when there’s no-one at home.
It’s an unfortunate statistic, and one that needs to be taken seriously by all householders – the number of home burglaries committed in the UK has jumped.
Installing a porch will strengthen your home security as it comes with a multi-point locking mechanism and high security hinges and handles.
There may come a time when you want to sell your home and a porch could put the property in the box seat for a healthy sale price. It could also lure people into buying the house and prove one of its biggest selling-points.
Is it time to reinvent your entrance and ensure it makes a strong first impression? Contact Bon Accord to discuss the idea in more depth, and we’ll also give you advice on planning permission for porches.
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