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"Manufacturing high quality products that provide the highest security standards is at the heart of Sidey"

One of the UK’s largest and most experienced fenestration specialists, Sidey Manufacturing, have renewed their membership with Secured by Design, the official police security initiative.

Established in 1932 as a Perth glazing company, Sidey have been manufacturing products for over 80 years, growing into Scotland's leading manufacturer of PVCu windows, doors, and glass extensions. Employing over 200 employees, the company prides itself on delivering quality products with quality service, first time, on time, every time.

Over the last 10 years, they have combined conventional craftsmanship with modern technology and have embarked upon a programme of sustainable and controlled growth. This has enabled Sidey to increase their manufacturing capacity at their Perth factory to over 80,000 frames per year, with a full product range providing the ideal solution to low maintenance, high-performance requirements. This product range includes A-rated PVCu and timber windows, single and double rebated doors, bifold, French and patio doors, glass extensions, and sunrooms.

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Steve Hardy, Sidey’s Joint Managing Director, said: “Manufacturing high quality products that provide the highest security standards is at the heart of Sidey which is why it is so important for us to be a Secured by Design license holder. The accreditation also allows our products to contribute towards providing safe homes for people to live. We are delighted to be on board with Secured by Design and would encourage other businesses to do the same.”

Kenny McHugh, Secured by Design, said: “I am delighted that Sidey have renewed their membership once again with SBD. They have a wide range of doorsets and windows which have achieved Police Preferred Specification over the 18 years they have been with us, and I am looking forward to our continued working relationship over the coming years.”