image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml

Roofing, Extensions, Alterations & Conversions

Porches

Porches create a great focal point that keeps you and your family protected from the elements as well as , giving you that extra storage for your outdoor clothing.

With our expertise we can assess your requirements, giving advice and discussions on which materials will be used in order to match existing tiles on your property :- Timber, UPVC, Plastic, Tile, and so on, whether planning permission is required and if so, who to speak to.

We source our porches from www.smileswoodcraft.co.uk or can build on site, the service is completely tailored for your individual requirements.

Gallery

Porches ~ Over door canopies ~ Car ports ~ Bay windows

TESTIMONIALS

“My wife and I were recommended Paul for the installation and tiling of an oak house porch.

His quotation was very reasonable and he took a lot of trouble in sourcing the materials to use, positively influencing the porch design on the basis of his experience and keeping us informed throughout the project. 

His traditional style of roofing was entirely appropriate to the style of property, and the job was completed to a very high standard in a thorough and professional manner. He was punctual and efficient, and it was a pleasure doing business with him. We are delighted with the finished result and have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending his services.”

D. Clark

TESTIMONIALS

“Having been let down by a number of builders, PPF came to our rescue and as well as bringing their own guys onto the job, they organised the additional trades we needed. They arranged for the old render to be stripped off the house and replaced, as well as undertaking unexpected remedial structural work calmly and effectively and dealing with all the roofing repairs.

Throughout PPF provided sensible, pragmatic advice and value engineered solutions to fit our budget, always arriving on time and leaving the area tidy. Not only would we recommend them highly, which we have to our neighbours, we have also approached them again to help with carpentry work.”

E. Colling