Andrew Wright Windows has renewed its membership of Secured by Design, the official police security initiative.

The move comes soon after a series of commercial contract wins that led to the creation of 28 new jobs and an expanded production capacity through an investment of almost £1million in new production equipment and vehicles.

Managing director Charlie Berry said: “Achieving accreditation for the security of our windows and doors has always been a top priority for Andrew Wright Windows and we know how much our customers are reassured by our continuing membership with Secured by Design.”

Kenny McHugh, Secured by Design, commented: “I am thrilled that Andrew Wright Windows have chosen to renew their membership with SBD. They have a range of Heritage and Matrix doorsets and windows which have achieved Police Preferred Specification, and I am looking forward to continuing working with them over their membership period.”

Established in 1937, Andrew Wright Windows are a family-owned glazing business, serving their local community and providing a range of services to domestic, commercial, trades and local authority clients across Scotland. With the company’s head office, showroom and both manufacturing facilities based in Irvine, Ayrshire.

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