Edwardian Conservatory

The striking pointed roof helps give this conservatory the feeling of extra space and an ageless appearance, which combines well with properties both old and new. You certainly won’t be short of living space when you invest in a beautiful Edwardian conservatory from Progress Windows.

One of the major plus points of an Edwardian conservatory is how close it looks and feels to a typical room in your home, helping you blend home and conservatory very easily. Progress Windows believe it to be an ideal choice for homeowners looking to use a room for multiple purposes. There is nothing to stop you from using it as a both a room to dine in and a room in which you can relax.

Progress Windows design Edwardian conservatories with all the traditional characteristics and styles you would associate with the Edwardian era.  It provides a sense of grandeur, as well having a romantic and attractive styling.  They are typified by the rectangular or square layout, a flat front and an apex roof.  An Edwardian conservatory is well proportioned layout allows the maximum use of floor space.   This means that it is very adaptable and will greatly add to the living area of your home.  Edwardian style conservatories fit in well with both traditional or modern homes.

The Edwardian conservatory is without doubt one of our most popular styles.  It is popular because it provides customers with a traditional looking conservatory. It has a large, square or rectangular room.  This maximises the large floor space and the sloping glass roof gives a greater impression of space.  This creates a light, relaxed living space that all the family can enjoy. Its classic roof shape look great on both period or modern houses.

The side walls of the Edwardian conservatory can be glazed to the floor, which gives a greater sense of depth and allows the conservatory to feel like it blends into the garden. The brickwork walls can be chosen to either match or contrast with existing bricks.

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Gable-end Conservatory

A gable-end conservatory can add real grandeur to your home. Gable-end conservatories date back to the Georgian style, of which modern gable-end conservatories are a variant. With a gable-end conservatory, the front of the roof doesn’t slope back to the centre. Instead, the front of the conservatory stays upright, like the end of a house. This is where the gable-end conservatory style gets its name from.

A gable-end conservatory is square or rectangular in style, like a Georgian conservatory. This gives you maximum space to plan the interior of your gable-end conservatory. The gable front of the conservatory adds style and also maximises light coming into the room, while the height of the conservatory gives an ornate feeling of space. The gable roof provides an impressive and stunning impact both inside and out, and the front of the gable-end conservatory looks like the rising of the sun.


Lean To Conservatory

The garden Lean to conservatory is perfect if you’re looking for a minimalist look. It can also be finished with decorative details such as coloured and patterned glass from our wide range of options. You can even personalise it completely with your own unique glass creation.

Our friendly team will help you make your dream garden room a reality; guiding you in your choice of single, patio, French or bi-fold doors, windows and wall height. They will also talk you through our extensive range of frame colours and the finishes we offer.


P Shaped Conservatory

This style of conservatory brings together some of the other designs in a combination to create what looks from above like the letter ‘P’.  A ‘P’ shaped conservatory generally brings together either a 3 section, or 5 section bell Victorian conservatory with either a lean-to or a double hipped Edwardian to form an exciting & good looking building which can enhance & compliment any home, period or new, large or small.  For particularly large situations we can create a P with the tail on either side, so that the bell section is in the centre.  This type of conservatory looks particularly spectacular on older properties but can also look amazing on larger new & modern buildings.

This classic design of conservatory is ideal if you need lots of extra space, whilst at the same time want something away from the norm.  Moreover being constructed with the same high quality, high insulation & high security products as our other conservatories this superb living space can be used & enjoyed all year round.


uPVC Victorian Conservatories

uPVC Victorian conservatories can provide a classic and distinguished appearance that stems from the period. Mirroring the traditional style that launched the conservatory craze you can have a piece of British character and charm in your garden.

Designed to blend seamlessly with your existing property, your new conservatory will require very little maintenance and will become a room you can enjoy all year round. With double glazing and energy efficient glass you won’t have to worry about losing heat through the roof.

uPVC Victorian Conservatories are designed to help keep your home and conservatory arm and draught free in winter whilst staying cool and sunlit in summer.

A feature of uPVC Victorian Conservatories is that they have a bay front, a steeply pitched roof and ornate ridge features.  Their versatility means that a uPVC Victorian conservatory can be designed to fit the space you have available.  This can range from a large garden to a small patio area.  Progress Windows has much experience in providing you with a design and layout t get the most from your ideas.

uPVC Victorian Conservatories are designed for contemporary living and to be aesthetically beautiful.

Taller people are often forgotten in the design of conservatories but a uPVC Victorian Conservatory is designed with a centre bar allowing more height.

Progress Windows uPVC Victorian Conservatories use the latest technology to ensure that your conservatory is thermally efficient.  We also make sure that the conservatories we suppl,y will complement the windows and doors in your property.

The Victorian conservatory style complements both period and modern properties by adding a touch of historic style to your home. This will give a traditional look to your property.

A Victorian style conservatory will give you a wonderful view of your garden because of its octagonal design.  Why not consider this style if you want to truly appreciate your garden view. The Victorian’s traditional design can be further enhanced by the use of stylish ridges, which complete the look.

The Victorian Conservatory will add to the charm and individuality of both newer properties as well as older ones.  It is not just suited to Victorian style houses.


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