- What works for a custom veranda?
- The main materials for a veranda
- How much does the structure of a custom veranda cost?
A veranda extends the existing home by adding a living room generally brighter than the rest of the house. Many professionals offer custom veranda models, but at what price? You must know that many factors affect the calculation of the price of a veranda to measure such as the state of the ground, the size of the veranda, the materials used, the insulation solution, the type of glazing...
Price of a custom veranda
What works for a custom veranda?
Often, some masonry work is necessary before you can install your veranda. Here are some essential steps:
This type of work requires the intervention of a professional digger. The price of the work depends on several elements such as the nature of the soil to overcome, the number of m³ of land to move, the ease of access or the location of the land. Excavation requires many steps such as the removal of rubble or land at the dump requiring specific construction equipment. On average, if the earthwork itself costs between 30 and 60 euros HT / m³ equipment included, it takes another ten euros per m³ for the evacuation of land. Finally, do not neglect the hourly price of the digger who varies between 60 and 80 euros per hour.
- General masonry
Masonry work may be necessary to lay slabs, pour concrete or break a load-bearing wall. A professional bricklayer asks between 40 and 60 euros HT / hour. This amounts to several hundred euros a day for the intervention of a masonry company.
- The price of laying
Installation fees are usually included in the custom veranda quote set by your verandah. You will only need a professional if you bought your own veranda kit, in this case its hourly rate is between 25 and 50 euros per hour.
The main materials for a veranda
Wood remains the best insulation. The PVC remains correct if it is of quality while the aluminum must be chosen with thermal break. Iron or steel is unsatisfactory in insulation.
- The best durability?
Aluminum being stainless, it requires little maintenance. PVC, although it is easy to wash, tends to spoil over time. Iron or steel tends to oxidize and requires anti-oxidation treatment. The wood itself becomes gray over the years and requires special treatment.
- For which porch profile?
PVC is ideal for a porch with a non-load profile (that is, a light cover) and a small or medium size. Aluminum adapts perfectly to the same profile but for a large size. As for the wood, it is devoted to a supporting profile (that is to say a massive blanket like tiles or slates) and rather large. Iron or steel is a particular type of veranda that is capable of supporting large loads.
How much does the structure of a custom veranda cost?
For a PVC veranda, it should be between 8,000 and 20,000 euros. If you prefer aluminum, it will this time be between 20,000 and 25,000 euros. The wood will cost between 20,000 and 35,000 euros. Finally, a veranda made of iron or steel will be more expensive since it will require between 30,000 and 50,000 euros.
|Type of veranda made-to-measure||Price|
|PVC porch||Between € 8,000 and € 20,000|
|Aluminum veranda||Between 20,000 and 25,000 €|
|Wooden veranda||Between 20,000 and 35,000 €|
|Veranda in iron or steel||Between 30,000 and 50,000 €|
These prices are exclusive of VAT and depend on the chosen veranda model and your property.