Crimeshield were recently approached by the BBC’s DIY SOS to assist on a Big Build project to rejuvenate a run down community centre in Liverpool. The product the researchers wanted to use was the “Windowshield” to utilise the incredible strength of the barrier whilst retaining a softer appearance for the asthetics of the building. The “Windowshield with its virtually unbreakable glazing characteristics (seen here in our video) had been researched by the producers of the show who thought it was a key product to protect the revitalised community centre.
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Work to revamp the community centre, formerly a boys club 52 years ago was completed in just 9 days, due to the efforts of the companies who donated materials and a 200 strong volunteer workforce who donated their time and skills.Crimeshield Manufacturing Ltd were very surprised to receive a call from the show as our new “Windowshield” product had only recently been launched and DIY SOS were going to be one of the first projects to have it installed, “when we received the call from DIY SOS to help out, we were more than happy to contribute in any way that we could”, “the fact is that our security products are designed for buildings such as this . We have always supported “Children in Need” and it is exciting to be a little more hands-on this year.