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How To Give Your Conservatory A 21st Century Update

23rd April 2019

When you have resided in your house for a long time, there comes a point when certain rooms need updating, and your conservatory is no exception to that. It may be the fault of a tired conservatory interior that you no longer use your extended space as often as you used to, but that can...

A World Of Window Styles Are Available At Pennine

15th April 2019

Back in 1957, the then British Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, made the claim that the UK had “never had it so good” in reference to the economic boom at the time following the austerity that had blighted Britain after the Second World War. Switch forward to 2019, and you could say that Britons have “never...

Why Choose A Regional Home Improvement Specialist?

4th April 2019

The home improvement field is a very crowded industry as you may discovered yourself if you are currently looking for a company to fit your home with an extension or thermally efficient windows or doors. There are literally hundreds of firms locally and nationally hoping to make you their next customer. Finding one that you...

Double Glazing Or Triple Glazing – Which Should You Pick?

2nd April 2019

Window shopping down at your local shopping centre and peering through the glass at your favourite store is a heck of a lot less stressful than it can be window shopping for your home i.e. purchasing new windows to replace your existing windows.   You need to be convinced that any new windows you buy...

Have You Recently Moved Home?

22nd March 2019

If so, you can relax now and make the place yours! But, how do you go about doing that? It could involve you creating an open plan kitchen where family members can socialise while you take charge of the cooking, equipped with a space for any canine friends in the household, smart heating technology, smart...

Introducing Flush Casement Windows From Pennine

20th March 2019

You won’t come across many properties in the North East that still have original flush casement timber windows and most of those that have can only be found in conservation areas or listed buildings. But traditional styled flush casements are not dying out, far from it, thanks to the development of products like Pennine’s incredible...

What Is A FENSA Accreditation? A Jargon-Busting Guide

13th March 2019

The FENSA logo emblazoned on much of our marketing material may mean very little to you if you haven’t had many dealings with a home improvement company before, but it is a significant accreditation. When appointing a FENSA member you can be certain that they will do a great job of installing your new windows...

Why Now Is The Ideal Time To Invest In A Home Extension For Summer

8th March 2019

The highly unexpected warm weather we experienced at the end of February gave us all a little reminder of summer. It will be here before you know it and if you’re looking to improve your home prior to the summer with a conservatory or orangery installation, we urge you to purchase the extension now. Yes,...

Should You Buy An Orangery Or Conservatory? The Decision Is Yours

7th March 2019

It’s really difficult to try and separate a conservatory and orangery in terms of which of these beautiful home extensions is the best; in fact it’s almost impossible. They both have their good points and very few bad points between them. It all comes down to personal taste and once you understand what they each...

Do I Need Planning Permission For My Home Extension In The North East?

12th February 2019

UK house prices continue to drop as the continued uncertainty caused by Brexit looms large and puts off buyers from swapping their existing homes for somewhere new. Instead, a good number of these people are choosing to extend their current living space with a home extension, most typically a conservatory or orangery. A quality conservatory...

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