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Wrexham 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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Need something extremely quickly? Please CALL US with details of what you need and your deadline.

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
  • Manufacturer
  • Free Quote
  • Fully Guaranteed

Areas We Cover

We offer nationwide service and we cover all of Wrexham and surrounding districts including Bersham, Buckley, Caernarvon, Chirk, Corwen, Gresford, Holt, Llangollen, Llay, Marford, Mold, Mostyn, Rhyll Rhosllanerchrugog, Rhostyllen, Ruabon and Ruthin.

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Call us on 01978 280024. 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 Wrexham

Wrexham, located in North Wales, is a vibrant town known for its rich historical heritage, diverse commercial activity, active sporting community, and lively cultural scene.

Wrexham’s history dates back to the Roman era, with evidence of settlements in the region. The town gained prominence in the medieval period as a market town and developed around its historic church, St. Giles’ Church, which remains one of the finest examples of ecclesiastical architecture in Wales. During the Industrial Revolution, Wrexham became a key player in coal mining, ironworks, and brewing, contributing significantly to its growth and prosperity. The town’s rich industrial heritage is still evident in its architecture and local culture.

Today, Wrexham boasts a diverse and thriving economy. The town is a significant commercial centre, with Eagles Meadow Shopping Centre offering a range of high-street brands, boutiques, and dining options. The town centre also features the historic Wrexham General Market and the Butchers’ Market, providing a vibrant space for local traders selling fresh produce, artisanal goods, and crafts.

Wrexham’s strategic location near the English border and its excellent transport links, including direct rail services to major cities like Manchester and Liverpool, enhance its appeal for businesses. The town is home to several business parks and industrial estates, hosting a variety of companies in sectors such as manufacturing, technology, and services. Glyndŵr University also plays a crucial role in the local economy, driving innovation and providing employment opportunities.

Sport is an integral part of Wrexham’s community life. The town is home to Wrexham AFC, one of the oldest football clubs in the world, which competes in the National League and plays its home matches at the historic Racecourse Ground. Rugby is also popular, with Wrexham Rugby Club offering opportunities for players of all ages.

Cricket enthusiasts can follow matches at Wrexham Cricket Club, which has a long history in the town. The town also offers excellent facilities for athletics, swimming, and other sports at venues like Waterworld Leisure & Activity Centre and Queensway Stadium.

Wrexham offers a variety of attractions that reflect its rich cultural and historical heritage. St. Giles’ Church, with its iconic tower, is a major landmark and a must-visit for history enthusiasts. The Wrexham County Borough Museum and Archives provide insights into the town’s history, including its industrial past and local traditions.

For nature lovers, the nearby Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offer stunning landscapes, walking trails, and outdoor activities. The National Trust property Erddig Hall, with its beautifully preserved house and gardens, is another popular destination.

Wrexham is also home to the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which showcases remarkable engineering and offers scenic boat trips along the Llangollen Canal.

Wrexham’s nightlife is lively and varied, catering to different tastes. The town centre features numerous pubs, bars, and restaurants, offering a mix of traditional and contemporary options. Popular spots include The Horse & Jockey, known for its friendly atmosphere and live music, and The Bank, offering stylish dining and cocktails.

For live entertainment, the William Aston Hall hosts a range of performances, from concerts and comedy shows to theatre productions. The town also has a vibrant music scene, with local venues like the Live Rooms showcasing live bands and DJ nights.

Wrexham is a town that beautifully blends historical significance with modern vibrancy. From its medieval roots and industrial heritage to its thriving commercial activity and diverse cultural attractions, Wrexham offers a rich and engaging experience for residents and visitors alike. The town’s active sporting community, scenic beauty, and lively nightlife make it a standout destination in North Wales.