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Hello,
Sorry if this is a frequently asked question - I imagine it is, also sorry if this is I a thread somewhere else and I haven’t seen it.

I have a conservatory at the back of my house attached to the living room. It has low walls and double glazed windows all around. We have patio doors to the living room (3pane) and a polycarbonate roof leaning from the house.

I was wondering how feasible and the cost to:

Either remove completely or adapt in to an extension. I would like the walls to be solid with a a solid roof - with skylights or celiac windows so the living room is extended in to a longer room.
I have no idea about all this so any advice or suggestions- alternatives or reasons not to bother would be helpful.

Thanks!
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