Minimalist Elegance, No Compromises

The Lean To conservatory is the perfect choice if you are after a minimalistic look. Like all of our conservatories, it can be finished with decorative details such as coloured and patterned glass for a personalised touch.

Security and warmth

Energy rating of A+14

Colour of your choice

Reduce your energy bills

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.

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Progress Windows are able to offer the A + 14, the highest available energy rating efficient conservatories, exceeding industry standards and with no energy loss whatsoever. A window from Progress will keep the warmth in and be virtually draught-free.

 

Lead Free1Eco- Friendly

The dangers of lead are well known – however each Liniar Window from Progress Windows is 100% Lead-Free and recyclable uPVC.

 

Recycling v021British Fenestration rating Council (BRFC)

The UK’s nationally recognised scheme for measuring window energy efficiency. Using a rainbow label scheme similar to that found on fridges, freezers and washing machines helps to simply the method used in comparing the energy efficiency rating.

 

Carbon Footprint - Logo1Reducing your Carbon Footprint

Having uPVC windows installed within your home will reduce the amount of energy you use. By consuming less energy to heat up your home, you will also be reducing your CO2 emissions. We use environmentally friendly manufacturing processes and recycle old products when completing an installation.

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