Looking for shutters in Halesowen? Shuttercraft is transforming homes up and down the country, and you’ll be pleased to know that one of our shutter experts here in Halesowen.
So, if you’d like to create a stylish new look for your home, simply pick up the phone and call your local Shuttercraft today.
We help make light work of choosing the right interior window shutters for your home, offering free, no-obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote. Shuttercraft Birmingham offers a local service in and around the city including Halesowen, Kings Heath, Solihull, Sutton Coldfield, West Bromwich and Tamworth.
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Discover plantation shutters in Halesowen
The lovely terraced houses have a problem with privacy and exterior noise, as many are now on busy streets.
Tier-on-tier solid wood shutters are extremely popular, not just because they look amazing, but also because they provide both privacy, insulation against heat loss and external noise while giving light control too.
Internal shutters and shutter blinds are very popular with newer houses, especially full height and track plantation shutters.
All our premium interior shutters and blinds are made-to-measure, ensuring a top-quality finish and fit. Choose from hardwood, 100% waterproof ABS or MDF.
Halesowen is in the West Midlands and is located approximately seven miles from Birmingham. Although a bustling town, it sits on the border of some beautiful countryside, such as the Clent Hills. It has a good network of road and rail links, making it a great place to live, especially for commuters into Birmingham.
The town is recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086, when it was called Hala, meaning remote valley. It certainly couldn’t be more different today. However, there is a stunning garden in Halesowen, designed by the 18th-century poet, William Shenstone, which is Grade One listed, due to its national importance.
There was much regeneration of the town centre during the 1960s and 1970s and it is now a wonderful place for shopping, with certain areas being pedestrianised. Excellent entertainment, restaurants and facilities have made this a popular town for families and singles alike.
Halesowen is now busy with many large organisations providing work, such as Sandvik’s UK and Communicourt. Much of the housing in Halesowen was built around 30 years ago, although some of the original Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses still exist.