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Invest In An Orangery In Time For Summer

18th June 2018

We’re just a matter of days away from the official start of summer and wouldn’t it be lovely to be able enjoy our sunniest of seasons in the most spectacular home setting imaginable. We refer to the outstanding orangery. It unsurprisingly takes a little bit of time to construct an orangery but there is still...

Extend Your Front Entrance With A Porch

5th June 2018

Several things usually capture our attention when visiting someone’s home for the first time; the neighbourhood itself, the people that live in the area, the appearance of their garden and the condition of their front entrance. It’s hard to look past a front entrance that falls down on several counts such as the door looking...

Explaining Cavity Trays And Why Your Extension Might Need One

30th May 2018

A cavity tray is something that many of our customers will be unfamiliar with but it can be an important addition for conservatories and orangeries. It is an internal moisture or water barrier made up of a number of trays. The purpose of it is to prevent rainwater from penetrating any cavity wall and causing...

Why You Should Invest In A Conservatory From Pennine This Summer

9th May 2018

Our hottest early May bank holiday ever was a very welcome surprise and hopefully a sign of things to come as we inch every closer to the summer season. That big blast of summer-like warmth may have encouraged you to look into the possibility of having a conservatory fitted at home in time for its...

Your Funding Options At Pennine

2nd May 2018

Spring isn’t just a time for cleaning the house, but it’s also the season when you should look to enhance where you live. The main factor stopping a lot of people from making essential improvements to their property this spring is money, but they may not know though about Pennine’s fantastic funding options. Find a...

How It’s Now Simpler To Improve A Heritage Home

30th April 2018

It used to be much harder to make improvements to Heritage and period properties and homes located in the middle of a conservation area. For a start, you have to find solutions that complement the original character of the building, otherwise there’s a risk that the improvements will actually spoil its appearance. Anyone residing in...

Which Replacement Roof Is Right For Your Conservatory?

27th April 2018

Since their development, replacement conservatory roofs have become one of our best-selling products as conservatory owners look to make their extension useable again in all weathers. The temperature regulation offered by a polycarbonate conservatory roof diminishes as it ages causing conservatories to overheat in summer and feel exceptionally cold in the winter. Exchanging the roof...

Double Glazing Or Triple Glazing?

16th April 2018

Until the development and mainstream release of double glazing in the 1970’s, the only glazing option you had when purchasing replacement windows and doors was single glazing. Then four or five years ago double glazing faced a new challenger of its own when triple glazing began to be supplied by many UK home improvement specialists....

Why Choose Pennine?

10th April 2018

We appreciate that you have an almost endless choice of home improvement specialists to choose from in the North East when in the market for a new conservatory or the latest energy efficient windows. But none of them have the experience, wealth of products and knowhow that Pennine possesses. Take our word for it when...

U-Values – Why You Need To Know About Them

22nd March 2018

If you have recently visited any of Pennine’s showrooms or the showroom of any other local home improvement specialist you may have seen the U-Values achieved by certain products displayed. U-Values may be something that are currently completely alien to you, but it is important to know what they are and how they can benefit...

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