Case study: New front porch with aubergine door

5 Radley Close

Our team of joiners recently fitted a new timber porch, composite front door and windows at a property in Sale.

New front porch with a front door

The homeowners of the property in Heaton Moor wanted to improve the aesthetics, and increase the overall space of their home by building a traditional brick porch. At the same time, they were looking to improve the overall security of their home and so we recommended that they install a composite door. We were pleased to be chosen by the family to carry out the project.

Improved weathering, improved aesthetics

A brick porch is a great way to improve the first impression that your property makes to the world, to visitors and passers-by. As well as enhancing the aesthetics of a property, a porch also provides great protection from the elements and is a great way to improve the overall ‘welcome’ that your home provides visitors.
On top of this, a porch is also an incredible useful way to increase the space of a house without planning permission (in most cases).

Solid core composite aubergine door

We recommended that the homeowners install a composite front door for the property. A composite door combines the easy maintenance properties and great durability of uPVC with the enhanced thermal efficiency and strength of timber. This creates a door that combines the best of both materials and is incredibly strong, very energy efficient and extremely durable.
The solid core composite door was finished in a lovely shade of Aubergine, with a white surround to match the striking style of the property.

Your local specialists in porches, windows and doors

Reddish Joinery are specialists when it comes to the manufacture and installation of high quality, bespoke porches, windows and doors. Whatever the style of your property, Reddish Joinery and our skilled team of experienced joiners will be able to craft the perfect porch to match your needs. For more information please give us a call on 0161 969 7474, or send us an email.

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