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Stoke-on-Trent Roller Shutters


Westwood Security Shutters Ltd manufacture and install all types of roller shutters and industrial doors.


We offer a complete one call repair service for all types of roller shutters and industrial doors.


We also offer planned servicing and maintenance for all types of roller shutters and industrial doors.

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How We Can Help You

We specialise in the manufacture and installation of roller shutter doors, insulated roller shutters, high-speed doors, fire shutters and fire curtains.

Additionally, we offer comprehensive repair and maintenance services for these products, ensuring top-notch security and functionality for your property.

Why Buy From Us

Westwood Security Shutters Ltd is a long established professional manufacturer.

We strive at all times to offer the best service and products that we can, always at very competitive prices.

  • Established 1994
  • Fixed Fair Pricing
  • Quality Products
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Areas We Cover

We offer nationwide service and we cover all of Stoke-on-Trent and surrounding districts including Alsager, Ashbourne, Audley, Burslem, Cheadle, Eccleshall, Hanley, Kidsgrove, Nantwich, Newcastle Under-Lyme, Stafford, Stone and Uttoxeter.

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Call us on 01704 461004. or complete the form below.

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Customer Reviews on Google

Aiden Tibbs
16 May 2024
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Really pleased with the whole install process, the team carried this out professionally and with minimal impact to our operations. A great result, thanks to all involved. Aiden Tibbs, HSF Manager, World of Books
david law
4 April 2024
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Very fast service Would recommend
lorek signs
4 April 2024
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We had a really great experience with Westwood Security Shutters. They were helpful from start to finish and we are extremely pleased with the end product. We would highly recommend and would definitely use Westwood Security Shutters again if we require. Thanks Lorek
Ken Clifford
4 April 2024
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Have used Westwood shutters for a few years, very friendly, and a fantastic customer service. The motor to the front entrance shutter to school broke, they were here within an hour, cut open the shutter and everybody got into school on time. I highly recommend Westwood to everybody for any roller shutter work.
Clive Hicks
3 April 2024
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Westwood always deliver a great product for us at TG Escapes - timescales are always tight but quality of product and service is very good.
Andrew Barker
6 March 2024
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First class service, measured & quoted day1, ordered day2, fitted day 3.
Angus Deas
28 January 2024
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Friendly, helpful service. Very quick turnround from order to fit. Installation professional and efficient
shaun robinson
17 January 2024
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Contracted Westwood security shutters to install a shutter at purfleet very impressed with the service from the first phone call through to installation

About Stoke-on-Trent

Stoke-on-Trent, often simply referred to as Stoke, is a city in Staffordshire, England. Known as “The Potteries” due to its long history of pottery production, the city was formed by the amalgamation of six towns: Hanley, Burslem, Longton, Tunstall, Fenton, and Stoke-upon-Trent. 

The city’s prominence in ceramics began in the 17th century, making it a global centre for pottery by the 19th century. Key figures such as Josiah Wedgwood and Thomas Minton played significant roles in developing the industry. Today, the city’s heritage is celebrated through museums like the Gladstone Pottery Museum and the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery.

Stoke-on-Trent’s economy has diversified beyond its industrial roots. While ceramics remain important, the city has expanded into sectors such as distribution, logistics, and services. The Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone has attracted significant investment, fostering innovation and business growth.

The city centre, particularly Hanley, serves as the main commercial hub. The Potteries Shopping Centre and nearby retail parks offer a variety of shops, from high street brands to local independents. Markets such as Hanley Market provide a lively atmosphere with stalls selling everything from fresh produce to crafts.

Stoke-on-Trent offers various employment opportunities across multiple sectors. The traditional ceramics industry still employs many locals, with companies like Wedgwood and Emma Bridgewater maintaining a strong presence. Additionally, the city has seen growth in logistics and warehousing, partly due to its central location and excellent transport links, including proximity to the M6 motorway and West Coast Main Line.

Healthcare is another significant employer, with the Royal Stoke University Hospital being one of the largest NHS hospitals in the country. Education also provides job opportunities, with Staffordshire University and several colleges contributing to employment in the region.

Stoke-on-Trent has a rich sporting culture. Football is particularly popular, with Stoke City FC being the city’s most prominent club. The team plays at the bet365 Stadium and has a loyal fan base. Port Vale FC, based in Burslem, is another well-supported football club competing in the lower leagues.

Cricket enthusiasts can enjoy matches at local clubs such as Longton Cricket Club and Moddershall & Oulton Cricket Club. Rugby is also represented by Stoke-on-Trent RUFC.

For those interested in athletics, Northwood Stadium offers facilities for track and field events. The city provides a range of leisure centres and sports facilities, including swimming pools, gyms, and community sports clubs catering to various interests.

Stoke-on-Trent boasts several attractions that highlight its cultural and historical significance:

Gladstone Pottery Museum: Offers insights into traditional pottery-making techniques.

Potteries Museum & Art Gallery: Houses extensive collections of ceramics, local history exhibits, and even a Spitfire aircraft.

Trentham Estate: Features beautiful gardens, a lake, shopping village, and a monkey forest.

World of Wedgwood: A visitor experience focusing on the renowned pottery brand’s history and craftsmanship.

Burslem Park: A Victorian park ideal for leisurely strolls and outdoor activities.

Stoke-on-Trent’s nightlife caters to a range of tastes. Hanley is the city’s main nightlife district, offering numerous pubs, bars, clubs, and live music venues. Popular spots include The Sugarmill for live music and Fiction nightclub for dancing.

For those interested in theatre and cultural events, The Regent Theatre and Victoria Hall in Hanley host a variety of performances, from West End productions to concerts.

Cinemas such as Cineworld at The Hive provide modern film-viewing experiences. Additionally, local pubs across the city offer a more relaxed atmosphere for socialising.

In conclusion, Stoke-on-Trent is a city that balances its rich industrial heritage with modern commercial activities. Its diverse economy provides various employment opportunities while cultural attractions and vibrant nightlife make it an engaging place for both residents and visitors.