Stafford Bridge

Stafford Bridge has been for many years an established proven supplier and installer of high secure seclusion room door and window solutions. Due to the specialist nature of the requirements and the bespoke product offering we are able to cater for the varying needs and challenges our clients face when creating suitable living environments which also need to stand the test of time.

At the centre of our Modular Healthcare solutions is our flagship CareCor hardwood door leaf technology which has been constructed to provide the necessary strength and durability to meet the most vigorous abuse. The design and density of the core (min 800kgs/m3) provides the necessary strength to resist physical attack whilst offering a wide range of natural and clinical finishes, supporting the designers in their desire to create and deliver recovery and therapeutic environments in Mental Health Care.

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