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Shutters For Windows

shutters for windows

Shutters for windows, S:CRAFT plantation shutters are manufactured in all different shapes and sizes, covering countless variations of installations, providing a solution for pretty much every recess or doorway which explains why more and more people are opting for a window dressing which will suit shutters for windows.

S:CRAFT plantation shutters for windows have style

Our plantation shutters can be face fixed to French doors, set on tracks to run across large window spans, used to partition rooms and even for cupboard doors. The style and the way they operate is totally up to you and your S:CRAFT stockist to decide when you choose shutters.

Bi-Pass and Bi-Fold shutters

Possibly the most popular configuration for large spans is our Bi-Pass and Bi-Fold plantation shutters for windows, both are great for creating room partitions and utilise our track systems.

The Bi-Pass option allows large shutter panels to slide past each other and for a more compact solution then the concertina effect of the Bi-Fold configuration may be more appealing. We can supply solid shutters for windows or louvered in both these configurations or if you fancy a mixture of the two, why not choose a solid based panel with a louvered top half!

Keep cool

S:CRAFT shutters, unlike traditional window dressings, such as curtains, our shutters are fully adjustable allowing you to enjoy the sunshine throughout the day, without blocking out the light fully– unless of course you choose our traditional solid shutters.

S:CRAFT shutters are designed to offer you the best in light control all year round. Each shutter panel has a set of louvers operated by a tilt rod, which, as the sun moves round during the day, can be maneuvered vertically to control the light ingress into your room. With plantation shutters installed you have the power to allow as much or as little light into the room as you wish.

Shutters for windows can also provide the additional benefit of acting as a heat buffer during the summer, whilst providing insulation during the winter.