How much do Shutters cost?

Shutters are all priced per square metre. Our cheapest shutters are currently £305 per square metre including fitting and VAT (Excluding Chinese freight charges). Our British Shutters are £370 per square metre inc Fitting and VAT.

There are several factors that can affect price including hidden tilt operation, custom colour or special shape shutters. A survey is the best way to determine an accurate price so we can factor in all the options and/or special fitting requirements.

Are Shutters blackout in bedrooms?

Although shutters are generally very good for bedrooms, they are not perfect blackout like most blinds. There are light gaps between the louvres and around the frame. A solution may be to have a blind mounted behind the shutter to reduce the light coming through. This then would provide a near blackout shutter.

When will I receive my Shutters?

Once and order has been placed and deposit paid, we may need to confirm your sizes. Once all the information is collected, we will then process the order with the factory. Currently our British Shutters have a lead time of approximately 3-5 Weeks and our Hardwood Shutters have a lead time of approximately 14-18 weeks. We can reduce this lead time down to 8-12 weeks by adding the train freight surcharge. (All lead times are subject to change at any time)

Do you offer a measure and installation service?

Yes our prices include a survey and installation service.

Do you offer supply only Shutters?

No unfortunately our Shutters must be installed by us to ensure all warranties are valid.

What are your payment terms?

We require a 50% deposit to secure the order. The balance then must be paid on the day of installation.

How do I get a quote for shutters?

You can either use our online pricing tool for a guide price, or you can give us a call on 01785 859222 to book an appointment. You can also email us a or use our online appointment booking tool.

Do you have a showroom?

Yes, we have our own design studio in Eccleshall, Staffordshire, ST21 6JL. We display all our shutters here for you to see before making the decision to book an appointment if you prefer. You can even bring sizes with you, and we can quote you accordingly.

What type of wood is used in your Shutters?

We have 2 types of wood on offer currently. We use either Paulownia Hardwood or Poplar Hardwood. Paulownia is much lighter and suitable for large windows, and Poplar is much denser, for those who want a premium Shutter.

How to clean Shutters?

The best way to keep your shutters clean is to use a feather duster. Regularly dusting will help keep your shutters looking as good as new. You can also use a light damp cloth to remove any marks and a very mild detergent may also be used from time to time.

How long is the warranty on Shutters?

All our Shutters come with a 5 Year Warranty. This tends to cover Fading, rotting, warping and peeling to name a few. (In normal environments)

Can Shutters go in a Bathroom?

Our British Made Shutters are the perfect Shutter to go in your Bathroom. As these are made with Wood and Plastic, this makes them 100% water resistant. The material in our British made Shutters is usually found in Composite Decking, and Yacht Flooring. Both are designed to get wet.

What makes your British made Shutters different?

Our Shutters are different to most other UK made shutters in several ways. Firstly, we use a material called WPC (Wood Plastic Composite). Our factory is the only one that makes this. We opted to use this because its looks and feels like wood, but is more robust and water resistant.

We also use the rack and pinion tilting mechanism (Internal Tilt) as standard.  No other UK manufacturer does this as standard.

Can I have shutters painted in any colour?

We can spray paint all our Shutter ranges including British made in most colours. We offer a colour match service to most paint brands including Farrow and Ball, Dulux and Little Greene, or can paint to any RAL colour. There is a surcharge for this service and is priced per colour.

Can Shutters be fitted to my bay window?

Yes, all our ranges are suitable for bay window. Whether it’s a square bay or angled bay, a shutter is suitable. Please request a survey for a quote.

Can Shutters go on my patio door?

Yes, Shutters can be fitted onto Patio Doors in 2 ways. The most common way is to use a top Hung Track System which supports the doors along a top and bottom track. This way the panels are easy to operate and won’t drop. A less common way is to mount the shutters to the door with cut outs for the handles. The cut outs are only available on our Hardwood Shutters.

Is poplar wood good for shutters?

Poplar wood is a sustainable hardwood with a grained texture and delivers an excellent result when painted. Poplar is a much denser, harder wood which is light and durable, yet less susceptible to damage and warping. Poplar wood is a great choice for shutters as it is a higher grade timber, meaning less defects and knots in the timber.

All rooms except bathrooms (Humid Environments) perfect for large windows.

Poplar is a much denser, harder wood which is less susceptible to damage and warping. It is also a higher grade timber, meaning less defects and knots in the timber.

What is the best room for poplar shutters?

We’d recommend poplar shutters for any room with the exception of bathrooms. Poplar wood does not suit humid environments.

Poplar wood shutters are very common for large windows.

What are the best shutters for my home?

This depends on the location of your window, for example whether it is living room, bedroom, kitchen or bathroom.

Our free of charge, no obligation consultation will talk you through our range of shutter materials, size and shape options and colour ways to ensure you’re perfectly happy with your choice.

Which wood is best for shutters?

Hardwood Composite shutters are best suited for bathrooms, and suitable for any other room too.

Poplar wood is suitable for any room with the exception of bathrooms.

Call us on 01785 859222 to discuss the best wood option for your home or business.

Are shutters made in the UK?

We’re proud to be a supplier of British made shutters, which ensures we can guarantee a lead time of only 3-5 weeks.

How much do shutters cost?

This will entirely depend on your window style and size.

Some customers like the effect of cafe style shutters, allowing them to control their light and shade in split sections of their windows, others prefer floor to ceiling. There’s a shutter solution for every window and our specialist team is on hand to guide you through all available options.

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