The Pemberton Standard
Here at Pemberton, we pride ourselves on our innovative and intelligent design, and careful thought we put into every step of our build process.
Design & Building Process
Imagining The Future Pemberton
Our design process commences a full year ahead of the launch of each new collection.
During this phase, our Area-Sales Managers will liaise with the holiday parks, residential parks and customers that we sell to. Our customer’s feedback is highly valued, and we use this to help identify areas where enhancements can be introduced to our future designs.
Our technical team will then collaborate closely with our interior designer to conduct extensive research and analysis of forthcoming trends, products, and any pertinent legislation changes.
Designing The Future Pemberton
After finalising the proposed changes, our technical team and interior designer initiate the implementation phase of the design process. This involves sampling and selecting materials such as fabrics, woods, and appliances, ensuring that each component meets our stringent quality standards.
Collaborating with our purchasing team, suppliers are chosen based on the superior quality of their products, and when feasible, their use of sustainable materials. Our engineering team conduct a series of tests to guarantee that our designs not only offer practical and high-quality living solutions but also surpass established safety benchmarks.
Building The Future Pemberton
Our final stage of the design and build process is the construction and reviewing of the new Pemberton design.
Pemberton homes are proudly British-made within our factory here in Wigan. Here, our in-house joiners skillfully craft the majority of our furniture, ensuring precise attention to detail and uncompromising quality.
Upon obtaining the final prototype, we engage in feedback-gathering. Subsequently, any necessary final adjustments are implemented, culminating in the completion of the new Pemberton home, poised for its official launch.
Supplying The Future Pemberton
Prior to delivery our undergo a comprehensive series of rigorous quality checks. Firstly, it must successfully pass the exacting standards of either the Holiday Home Standard EN 1647 or the Residential Standard BS 3632, ensuring compliance with industry benchmarks.
Furthermore, our dedicated quality assurance team conducts thorough inspections at three critical junctures: within our factory, during the pre-dispatch phase, and finally, upon reaching its designated location. This meticulous scrutiny guarantees that the Pemberton home meets our commitment to excellence at every stage of its journey.
BS3632 - Residential Specification
The Warmer Pemberton
Pemberton Park & Leisure Homes holds the esteemed distinction of being the pioneering static home manufacturer to introduce the opportunity to upgrade to BS 3632 across their entire range. Our unwavering commitment to excellence has solidified our position as the foremost provider of single-unit holiday homes constructed to residential specification.
A prominent attribute of a home constructed to residential specification is the significant enhancement of insulation levels, enabling static home owners to utilise their residences throughout the entire year. This heightened insulation effectively ensures a comfortable living environment, regardless of seasonal variations, allowing for year-round occupancy and enjoyment.
While numerous purchasers of holiday homes may hold the belief that a residential specification is unnecessary, they may be pleasantly surprised to discover the significant enhancements it brings to their overall holiday home ownership experience.
The Economic Pemberton
To address the growing need for energy-efficient lifestyles, we have devoted considerable effort to enhancing our static homes to maximise the advantages offered by cutting-edge technology:
- The integration of low-energy lighting throughout our entire collection.
- Utilisation of A-rated appliances wherever applicable, ensuring optimal energy efficiency.
- Inclusion of superior insulation as a standard feature, providing excellent thermal performance.
- Employment of low dual-flush toilet cisterns, contributing to water conservation.
- The option of energy-efficient Low-E glass double-glazed windows, available across all our models, further enhancing thermal insulation and reducing energy consumption.
The Safer Pemberton
At Pemberton, we prioritise the safety and comfort of our residents, and as such, we have incorporated several standard measures in every home to ensure their well-being. These features encompass the following:
- Window blinds, regardless of style, comply with the latest regulations set by the British Blind and Shutter Association (BBSA) to guarantee child safety.
- Each home is equipped with smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, as well as a fire extinguisher, to provide essential protection against potential hazards.
- All gas appliances are installed exclusively by Gas Safe engineers, ensuring compliance with safety standards and offering peace of mind to our customers.
In our commitment to continuously improve the safety features of our homes, we now offer the option of installing an auto stop valve. This innovative addition automatically shuts off the water supply when the home is unoccupied. This mechanism operates via a motion sensor that can be programmed to activate after a delay of 2, 6, 12, or 16 hours, thereby conserving water and mitigating potential risks.
The Greener Pemberton
At Pemberton, we prioritise the reduction of our carbon footprint by employing sustainable practices in the construction of our homes. As detailed above, our unwavering commitment to environmental responsibility is reflected in several key aspects of our designs.
In line with our dedication to sustainability, we actively implement waste segregation and recycling practices to minimise our ecological impact. Materials such as wood, aluminium, plastic, cardboard, and 95% of the timber used in the construction of our caravans are sourced from sustainably managed forests, reinforcing our commitment to responsible sourcing and environmental stewardship.