Adding a sunroom to the home is not going to turn out as complex as it may have seemed at a glance. There is no need for you to go and build an additional bricks and mortar room to attach to the already cramped property, particularly since you may not yet have the budget for it. What you could just do is add a sunroom in Ottawa, ON in the following three manners. Let’s quickly roll through these and then finish off with a relaxing time in the newly completed sunroom.
If there is enough ground space on the property, you could just add the sunroom as a standalone fixture. It will more than likely be prefabricated. It could even be built predominantly from wood, but then you would have to factor in weather-beating fixtures and fittings to ensure that the wood remains stable and is provided with more than enough shelter from the elements. If, however, space remains at a premium, you could just always fix the prefab sunroom onto the existing property.
Finally, this is probably going to be the easiest for you right now. You could go two ways with this suggestion. One the one hand, you could convert an existing porch or verandah space into that prized sunroom. And on the other, you could utilize an existing spare room to be converted into the sunroom. But now the thing is, you have still got to make sure that that side of the property is going to be receiving more than its fair share of sunlight during the day.
Oh well, it was a good suggestion while it lasted, but never you mind. Now as to the things you could be doing in that new sunroom of yours.