Window shutters

With windows shutters you can take advantage of a range of extra benefits over the other options available. The great news is they can be custom made to fit any window no matter the shape, offering a traditional furnishing for your windows.

Window shutters give a bespoke finish and you’ll have the opportunity to control light and privacy. They’re also extremely low maintenance and will aid with your home’s sound and heat insulation too.

The benefits of window shutters:

  • Privacy

If your property is close to the street then you’ve probably always had a problem with the amount of privacy your home has. No doubt you’ve found yourself closer the curtains earlier than normal just to escape prying eyes. But with window shutters you can continue to let natural light in by closing the lower section and keeping the upper tier open. This not only helps you control the level of light but ensures your privacy is maintained too.

  • Insulation

With window shutters you have the dual benefit of both sound and thermal insulation. When closed, the shutters act as insulation, restricting the amount of sound that can enter your home, whilst reducing the amount of heat escaping. As such you’ll be able to reduce those expensive energy bills which continue to creep up every year.

  • UV protection

Carpets and furniture can be heavily affected by the sun’s UV rays and it’s not uncommon to see your furnishings bleached by the natural sunlight. However, with window shutters you have the chance to limit direct UV rays and ensure your furnishings stay in excellent condition for much longer. There is a UV protective layer on the shutters themselves too to prevent the paint or wood stain fading or warping as well.

  • Appeal

Kerb appeal is vital to any home and signifies how your property looks from the outside. It’s not just the front garden you need to keep prim and proper because the front door and windows are also included in kerb appeal. Window shutters provide the opportunity to disguise old uPVC windows without needing to fork out for full replacements. And in fact, if the shutters are a permanent fixture you could add value to the home.

  • Low maintenance

The last thing you want is to be constantly cleaning the window shutters to ensure they’re looking good. And you don’t have to, as they require very little maintenance with just a quick wipe with a wet cloth being sufficient. Dust and dirt is enough to remove and won’t even take you five minutes.

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Local Window shutters Projects

1 Project: shutters for all windows on the front of the property
2 Project: 4 section bow window i require white shutters and i need it done with in 8 weeks
3 Project: Shattered three piece each side of kitchen patio doors and windows app***9inch wide *** 9inch tall
4 Project: i am interested in the shutter blinds for my house please can i have a quote are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many window shutters do you need: 4 shut...
5 Project: hi there. i’m based in tinwell and i’m looking to get some shutters put up in the front window of my house. looking for quotes. thank you! are you the property owner: owner of the property propert...
6 Project: I am looking at having window shutters for 3 windows in my home
7 Project: require window shutters to be measured for and fitted at one window are you the property owner: relative of owner property type: detached are you the property owner: owner of the property how many win...
8 Project: Laminate flooring installation in kitchen
9 Project: plantation shutter required for a bay window. 1 centre pane 105cm wide x 180cm (approx) 2 wing panes 60cm x 180cm (approx) are you the property owner: relative of owner property type: semi detached h...
10 Project: folding window shutters for downstairs /half window are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached how many window shutters do you need: 1 shutter are you looking for motori...
11 Project: External decorative window shutters upvc
12 Project: Multiple window locks broken, window seals gone and misting, would like quote for multiple windows in the home to be repaired.
13 Project: shutters for 2 bay windows. each has 3 panels, 60cm wide by 120cm high time scale: immediate please call to appoint
14 Project: shutters for large bay windows
15 Project: The lounge and snug room and bedroom windows to be installed with shutter
16 Project: tier on tier window shutter width 76 drop 58inches time scale: immediate please call to appoint
17 Project: window shutters on front living room window and upstairs front bedroom window time scale: 1-3 months please call to appoint
18 Project: Modern hardwood light oak floor restored and oak staircase
19 Project: i'm looking to get a quote for a circular window shutter to fit into a 590mm recess. the window itself measures 480mm. time scale: 1-3 months please call to appoint
20 Project: i am looking for a price for 2 wooden shutters living room 2830mm x 1370mm bedroom 2515mm x 1150mm supply, fit and confirm sizes . kind regards gordon mills time scale: 1-3 months please call to...

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Window shutters activity in January 2021

Window shutters Projects in the UK in January 2021

December 2020 November / December
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South East 2,490 -11% <img src=
North West 1,360 0% <img src=
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Western Midlands 893 -2% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 880 -15% <img src=
East Midlands 877 -6% <img src=
Scotland 847 -5% <img src=
East Of England 740 -24% <img src=
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Northern Ireland 323 15% <img src=
North East 120 33% <img src=
United Kingdom 14,065 -5%

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