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Rough Cost of Building a Front Porch?

Discussion in 'Building' started by sienewman, 26 Oct 2019.

  1. sienewman

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    Hi,

    I've recently bought a house and a few properties across the road have added porches to the front of their properties, I wondered if anyone would be able to give me a rough guide as to what I should expect something like these to cost?

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    I'm in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

    Thanks
     
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    Glass I don't know.
    Cavity brickwork with one window, around £5k all in (srandard upvc door included)
    With composite door or oak, price goes up.
     
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    This open porch on 8" x 8" oak pillars we built recently....

    cost about £4500
     
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    That's a canopy, not a porch
     
  6. noseall

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    It's actually a Porsche.:mrgreen:
     
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    I bet you struggle with the bags of cement in the boot.
     
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