Because we only supply premium, made-to-measure S:CRAFT shutters, we can confidently say that their aesthetic appeal is complemented by rock-solid durability.
Our shutters are designed so that each panel can be independently adjusted to temper the light exactly as you like it. They give you complete control of your home, so you needn’t risk faded fabrics or need to draw the curtain or move from where you’re sitting because the sun is in the wrong place!
Each panel can be individually closed to allow light in but keep unwanted attention out. Close the lower panels for privacy, but allow light in from the upper panels. Ideal for bedrooms, bathrooms and street facing windows.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Our shutters can reduce heat loss through windows by as much as 50%, depending on which style you choose. They’re thermally dynamic too, so they’ll ‘reflect’ cold from the outside, insulating your home and saving you money at the same time.
… or not, in this case! That’s because the second, additional layer that our shutters provide go a long way to shielding you from unwanted outside noise – especially ideal for homes near busy roads.
If low maintenance is high on your agenda, then you’ll be pleased to know that our shutters make for light work! They’re easy to clean, usually just one wipe, or a quick dusting, and you’re done. Unlike curtains, which can act like giant dust traps, our shutters are great for minimising the effects of dust if you have an allergy.
Our shutters can be adapted to suit all window shapes, no matter how curved, angled, small or large. Think about it, you’d struggle to get a perfectly round curtain to fill a gap and also open and close properly. No such problem with our shutters!
Premium shutters can genuinely add to the re-sale value of your property. When viewed from the road, they really stand out and make a confident design statement. To any property buyer, it also instantly says “here’s a home that’s been lovingly looked after”.