25 Years for Southport’s favorite double glazing business

25 Years for Southport’s favorite double glazing business 

Southport’s favourite family double glazing business has just celebrated its 25th anniversary in manufacturing.  MD Joinery based in Slaidburn Crescent, Southport is still run by its founder Mike Durkin, ably supported by his wife Diane, his two sons Mike Jnr and Lee and now even by his grandson Andrew.

The company, which was one of the first companies in the region to achieve the coveted Which Trusted Trader status back in 2015, has always prided itself on giving a great service with old fashioned attention to detail.

Its positive Trusted Trader reviews and the many endorsements on its website are testament to the fact that customers in and around Southport still really value that service, coupled with the fact that they can buy direct from the manufacturer.

MD Joinery’s large, stylish showroom in Slaidburn Crescent sits alongside its factory so customers who are looking for new PVC-U windows, composite doors, orangeries or conservatories can browse at their leisure and see the craftsmanship and quality of the manufacturing for themselves.

Since it was founded in 1991, MD Joinery has manufactured windows and doors exclusively in the market leading REHAU PVC-U system.  This gives buyers what MD Joinery believe is the perfect combination of local service and international quality and expertise.

Managing Director Mike Durkin says:  “We are still very much a family business so we celebrated our 25th year with a big family dinner at The Office in Southport and invited all of our staff and our valued suppliers to join us.”


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