Considerations before adding a conservatory
Think about which location is best for yours. Traditionally conservatories are put onto the back of a house, but you may have a nice sunny spot on the side that it would benefit you more to have it there depending on what you want to use it for. Think about it’s use, as this may determine the best spot for your new conservatory.
You can have more or less brick walls depending on what you want to use your conservatory for. More brick walls and a semi-tiled roof would make it easier to insulate and add radiators.
Efficient heating and cooling systems will ensure you can use your conservatory no matter what the weather. Electric underfloor heating could be ideal if there is little room for radiators, meaning you have a nice warm floor and get a bit of the heat radiating upwards as well.
Blinds or curtains can insulate in winter, keep it cool in summer and sheild from unwanted glare.
PVCu, aluminium, wood conservatories, decide which is best to match the style of your home and for maintenance purposes, and the cost that is right for you.