Do you live in Kingstone or anywhere near Barnsley and have been considering window shutters? Shuttercraft offers unique products and services that transform windows and homes across the UK, including Kingstone.
At Shuttercraft Doncaster, we offer free home surveys with no pressured sales techniques, where we can walk you through our range of samples, provide expert advice and take a survey for a competitive quote. We value our customers’ faith in our service and are proud of the high-quality products we supply.
We offer a broad range of options and styles and believe in providing the friendliest service. Why not get in touch with your local Shuttercraft to book a free home survey and let us help you bring your ideas to light?
Our shutter experts work throughout Barnsley and the wider area of South Yorkshire, including Dodworth, Worsbrough, Oldtown, Stainborough, Pogmoor and Gawber.
Shutter styles to suit every room
See plantation shutters and the wide range of window shutter styles available today from your local Shuttercraft, and we're sure you'll find something to fall in love with.
Whatever the shape or size of your windows and openings, you can rest assured there will be a range of shutters to suit your interior.
Trusted window shutter service
It’s not just about our impressive range of shutter styles and materials. It’s as much about how we take care of you, from the first contact to the finished result.
Customers trust us all over the UK to provide a friendly, dependable service.
Discover stylish internal shutters in Kingstone
Crafted to the highest quality and with precision for every individual customer, our internal shutters are ideal for bay windows and special shapes such as portholes. Wherever they’re installed around the home, shutters follow the curves and angles of the space without sacrificing your sense of style.
As well as creating a great look, interior shutters help control the light and heat loss in a room, ensuring the perfect atmosphere and adding that wow factor to a property. As a result, it is no wonder they are growing in popularity around the Barnsley area and here in Kingstone.
Whether you have bay windows or sash windows or are looking to cover a large expanse of glass, such as a patio door, at Shuttercraft, we have the choices to help you realise your vision. We ensure our shutters and blinds are made to measure to precise measurements from various materials, including MDF and ABS.
We are trusted to provide a friendly service and have experienced fitters who can provide advice and a range of options; we believe in excellent customer service and brilliant aftercare.
Upgrade options and extras exist to make your shutters suit your requirements, including automation, integrated room darkening blinds, solid panels and hidden tilt mechanisms.
Located just south of Barnsley centre, the largely residential area of Kingstone makes up a large part of the town’s southern side. The main A6133 road runs through the area, connecting it locally and nationally via Junction 37 of the M1 motorway.
The local church is dedicated to St Edward the Confessor and was built between 1900 and 1902 in a Gothic revival style and has a Grade II listed rating. It is a part of the Benefice of Central Barnsley.
There are sizeable allotments in the Kingstone area, situated just off Frederick Avenue. However, there is also access via Racecommon Road, the main thoroughfare to the Townend Roundabout on the A628.
The public green space of Locke Park is one of the most striking features of the Kingstone area, making up around 47 acres of land; the park was originally much smaller and was donated by the widow of railway pioneer Joseph Locke, being named in his honour. Victorian-era statue and tower sit alongside a 1909 bandstand, with facilities including a café and bowls club.
At Shuttercraft, we can help lend your home some added style, elevating its outward appearance and increasing your property value. Why not take the first step towards realizing your vision and call us today?
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