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Macclesfield Express - - HOMES -

CON­SER­VA­TO­RIES can be sit­ting rooms, play­rooms, dining rooms, dens or even home of­fices, as long as they’re prop­erly equipped for ex­tremes of tem­per­a­ture.

The prob­lem of­ten is that when it’s hot, they’re boil­ing, and when it’s cold, they’re freez­ing, but it is pos­si­ble to make them suit­able for all sea­sons.

Some have low brick walls with glaz­ing above, but if you’d pre­fer a gar­den room to a con­ser­va­tory, you can have more brick walls and per­haps a tiled or semi-tiled roof, which makes it eas­ier to in­su­late and add ra­di­a­tors.

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