I had my house valued and the surveyor wrote:
The conservatory extension has a polycarbonate roof and as a consequence there will be heat loss form, the main home. This type of structure should be thermally separate from the main home and also provided with independent heating or alternatively should be upgraded to current building regulation for a habitable room.
So I guess I need to put doors on between the house and the conservatory? but what about the independent heating?
I have found this on the gov planning portal?
Building regulations will generally apply if you want to build an extension to your home.
However, conservatories are normally exempt from building regulations when:
Sorry I just assumed that a conservatory would normally have a polycarbonate roof. You mention a glass roof is that something that will sort the problem out ie meet building regs?
Anyway question is.... can I add a zone to my existing central heating system so that effectively the rads in the con will be controlled separately is that actually possible?