Lifeline Alarm Systems technical director Nathan Lee, with Isle of Wight MP Andrew Turner and Lifeline directors' PA Cindy Dyer.
AN Isle of Wight business has scooped a national award, leading to praise from MP Andrew Turner.
Riverway-based Lifeline Alarm Systems Ltd recently scooped the Small to Medium Security Installer of the Year trophy at the National Security Excellence Awards ceremony, held at the Park Lane Hilton Hotel, London.
Mr Turner visited the firm to hear about the company’s future plans and to recognise the award, which acknowledges high standards of workmanship, professionalism and customer support.
Mr Turner said in a statement today (Monday): "In difficult times, Lifeline Security has increased their business significantly and they attribute that success to the excellent reputation they have built up over the last 20 or so years, for professionalism and good customer service.
"The directors have exciting plans for the future growth of the company and this prestigious award is yet another demonstration that the Island is home to industry leading companies across many sectors."
The firm was founded in 1990 by directors Mark and Nathan Lee.
Managing director, Mark Lee, said: "This is a massive achievement for us. I would like to dedicate our win to the hard working team that makes up Lifeline. I am mostly pleased though that quality has eventually won through.
"In difficult economic times, so many competitors cut quality to reduce costs but this is not the case at Lifeline. Commitment to quality and service will always be top of our priority list."