Shaped to suit your needs

Constructed with the same high quality, insulation and security as out other conservatories, P shaped conservatories is a superb living space. Used and enjoyed all year round, this style is ideal if you need a lot of extra space.

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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.

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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.

 

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

 

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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.

 

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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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