New Wrightstyle website

Wrightstyle launch new website for easier specification

  • 13 Apr 2016

Wrightstyle has launched a new website to provide customers with an enhanced level of information and technical data on all of its advanced steel and aluminium glazing systems.

Designed by Marlborough-based Callia Web, the new website benefits from easy navigation and improved functionality to help potential customers immediately find what they are looking for.

Wrightstyle designs, fabricates and supplies internal and external glazing systems to counter fire, ballistic and bomb attacks, and for noise suppression. Its range includes everything from curtain walling to internal doors and screens.

The company supplies systems for all commercial applications including transport, education, retail and the public sector. Its systems are also suitable for both new-build and refurbished residential buildings.

Wrightstyle exports its glazing systems worldwide, with recent projects taking them to Hong Kong, Beirut, Qatar and Australia.

All Wrightstyle systems are certified to EU, US and Asian standards.

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Nursteed Road,
United Kingdom,
SN10 3DY

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