Garage Doors in Stourbridge
Stourbridge is steeped in history
Stourbridge is a key town in the West Midlands and being a market town, many people travel here and it has regular visitors from the nearby towns of Hegley, Dudley, Halesowen and Kingswinford.
Stourbridge was listed in the 1255 Worcestershire assize roll as Sturbrug or Sturesbridge. The medieval township was named for a bridge which crossed the River Stour. It lay within the manor of Swynford or Suineford (now Old Swinford), which appears in William the Conqueror’s Domesday Book of 1086.
Stourbridge is famous for its glass. For centuries glass has been manufactured in the Stourbridge area, reputedly started in the 17th century by French glassmakers from the Lorraine region. They were attracted to the area by the rich natural resources of coal and fireclay for lining furnaces, making it the perfect location for the industry.
Stourbridge is a market town and draws visitors from around the region like Dudley, Halesowen, Kingswinford, and Hagley in the West Midlands.
The community here appreciate the practicality, simplicity and reliability of our Roller Shutter Garage Doors and often prefer to add the flexibility of our automatic and remote-controlled garage door systems. Telford Trade Shutters Automatic and Remote-Control Garage Doors add a touch of class to every home.