If you’ve ever considered motorised shutters here is everything you need to know about how they work. How do they work? Motorised shutters are exactly the same as regular shutters except they have a battery-powered motor in the back of the frame which is recharged by a solar panel. The motor is hidden from view… Read More
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As energy prices go up it’s hard not to feel conscious about how much energy you could be wasting. This article answers the question: how much do shutters reduce heat loss? On average 10% of household heat is lost through windows. Combine that with the average heat loss from curtains or blinds which is 15-17%… Read More
What’s the difference between shutters and blinds? The main and most obvious difference is structure. Shutters are fixed to the entire window to create a complete covering whereas blinds are fixed to the top of the window providing a partial covering. The difference in structure also affects the way light enters the room which creates a… Read More
Here’s a short guide on how to make the most of shutters to suit the style of your home. Shutters offer a great way to blend modern and traditional design and add a touch of quintessential style to your space. To make the most of shutters we recommend installing them in rooms where you want… Read More
If you are considering shutters in your home but aren’t sure which type to choose here’s a rundown of the different types of shutters that are available, how they work and where they are best suited. Cafe Style Shutters A popular choice for ground-level windows and townhouses. This style of shutter covers the lower half… Read More
A hard wearing alternative to cheaper vinyl shutters, the Java range is suitable for bathrooms, kitchens, wet rooms or areas prone to condensation issues.