Wide hori­zons

Penin­sula home im­prove­ments con­tinue to aim high, as Ken Grayson ex­plains

Cheshire Life - - Homes & Interiors -

De­spite run­ning a suc­cess­ful busi­ness for 35 years, you won’t find the hard­work­ing team be­hind Penin­sula rest­ing on their lau­rels.

This es­tab­lished, fam­ily- run com­pany are proud to have been the first in North Wales to of­fer upvc glaz­ing and whilst di­ver­si­fy­ing into new ar­eas, they’re keen not to for­get where it all be­gan. CEO Ken and his team pride them­selves on work­ing with sim­i­larly high- qual­ity sup­pli­ers in­clud­ing So­lar­lux and Nor­dan to of­fer home- own­ers the lat­est prod­ucts and cut­ting edge ideas for ex­ten­sions, conservatories and home im­prove­ments.

Ken be­lieves that pro­grammes such as Grand De­signs has widened client’s hori­zons and chal­lenged per­haps more tra­di­tional build­ing con­ven­tions. His com­pany are keen to make the most of these emerg­ing trends and they can of­fer in­no­va­tive so­lu­tions to their cus­tomers, work­ing with them on their very own ‘Grand’ dream home. They can lend a hand at ev­ery stage of a project; their knowl­edge and ex­per­tise ex­tends into plan­ning as well as in­stal­la­tion.

Over the last ten years, Ken has seen a grow­ing in­ter­est in glass rooms, and more re­cently, glass atri­ums which are also pop­u­lar in Ger­many.

These cov­ered glass ar­eas pro­vide a stylish, shel­tered area al­low­ing cus­tomers to make the most of their out­door views un­hin­dered by chang­ing weather.

Penin­sula have also part­nered with lo­cal in­no­va­tors at The Mar­ram Grass restau­rant; a com­pany who cer­tainly seem to share their en­ergy. Here they are in the midst of pro­vid­ing them with a unique Stu­dio pod. The in­ven­tive pod will used by chef El­lis Bar­rie as a demo kitchen, a class­room and also for pri­vate din­ing.

As well as help­ing lo­cal busi­nesses and cus­tomers, Penin­sula are widely in­volved with com­mu­nity projects close to home, work­ing on a rad­i­cal trans­for­ma­tion of a nearby dilapidated rugby club, as well as sup­port­ing the RNLI, a vi­tal char­ity for the re­gion.

Ken de­scribes these col­lab­o­ra­tive part­ner­ships as an ‘evo­lu­tion of their busi­ness’ and with their open and in­ven­tive at­ti­tude to projects, this evo­lu­tion will no doubt con­tinue.

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