Front porticos are a very popular addition to homes where owners want an affordable way to protect their front entry and guests from the weather. Porticos prevent doors, hardware, trim, and flooring, from splintering, rotting, fading, and more. A portico addition is the ideal solution for homes that have a limited lot size or are not designed to naturally add a front porch. All these benefits add up to increased curb appeal and ultimately a higher value when it comes time to sell your home. And if you&rsquore thinking of resale down the road, you know the view from the curb is a potential home buyer&rsquos first impression, even when viewed online. That&rsquos why enhancing your home&rsquos facade with a new portico addition will pay dividends over time. You&rsquoll enjoy updated curb appeal yet it will fit in perfectly with your neighborhood&rsquos aesthetics.
A Georgia Front Porch portico or front door overhang can be built to just about any size. Many times we use the existing stoop footprint to base the roof size. What&rsquos a typical stoop size? Usually around 5 feet by 8 feet. But we can also design larger porticos by replacing or enlarging the existing stoop. A bracket portico, or front door canopy, is an excellent choice if there is a size restraint for the front stoop, if you have a very limited budget or if this option is the best design for your house style. A bracket portico&nbspcan also be constructed in a day, typically. A traditional portico usually takes 2-3 days. So let us take a look at top portico designs for front door with 16 pictures below.
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The beauty of a portico addition is the number of&nbspstyle options that can be customized to the home&rsquos architecture. Porticos tend to have gabled, flat, curved, or hip styles. We work with you to select the design that will provide maximum curb appeal from every angle.