Shutters Newton Mearns

Looking for window shutters in Newton Mearns? The coverage of Shuttercraft helps transform homes throughout the British isles, including the wider Glasgow environs. Right here in Newton Mearns, and surrounding villages such as Waterfoot, Loganswell and Clarkston, you are just a short call away from a knowledgeable shutter expert who will help you realise the vision for your home.

We offer free home surveys to potential customers, without any pressure to buy, where we’ll help you make informed decisions about shutters to complete the vision for your interiors. Based on both your requirements and design tastes, we work with you to establish the right shutters to suit your space.

Shuttercraft offers a local service throughout parts of Scotland such as Giffnock, Barrhead, Eaglesham, Paisley, Neilston and Thornliebank.

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.

We’re trusted by customers all over the UK to provide a friendly dependable service.

Discover premium interior shutters in Newton Mearns

Shutters create a style statement both inside and outside your home. We only install S:CRAFT branded window shutters and blinds, known for their quality and durability. We offer made-to-measure window coverings for a perfect fit every time, including shutters that have been custom-crafted for unusually shaped windows, which can often produce a challenge for other products.

We offer a wide variety of upgrade options and extras exist to make your shutters suit your requirements perfectly, including mechanisms you may not even be aware of. Alongside our PowerMotion home automation upgrade, shutters can also come with integrated room darkening blinds, solid panels or even Autoclose, a feature designed to close the louvres when you move the panels, keeping them looking their best for longer.

Ranging from waterproof ABS and durable coated MDF to our material ranges of both aluminium and classic hardwood, shutters are designed to fit any décor. Whether you prefer a classic or contemporary aesthetic for your Newton Mearns property, shutters will add kerb appeal, increase privacy, and of course provide excellent light control.

From your first free home appointment to your completed installation and beyond, we help you choose your own styles and finishes, ensuring you’re totally satisfied with the finished product. Get in touch and book a free survey today.

About Newton Mearns

Just east of the M77 and based around the Ayr Road, the suburban town of Newton Mearns is approximately 7 miles southwest of central Glasgow, making it largely a residential area for commuters into the city. As a result, it is now considered part of the Greater Glasgow conurbation.

There is an abundance of religious institutions in Newton Mearns, catering to believers of all faiths. Four Church of Scotland churches, a Baptist church, a Roman Catholic church, two synagogues and a mosque are all found within the town, and it is estimated that around 25% of Scotland’s Jewish community lives in the Newton Mearns area.

Newton Mearns was once home to not one but two castles. Pollock (or Pollok) Castle, the grand tower house, appears on maps of the area stretching back as far as the 16th century. Formerly known as Pool, it was rebuilt by Sir Robert Pollok. Although destroyed by fire in the late Victorian era, the castle was acquired by the military during the Second World War. Largely demolished in the 1970s, the modern-day ‘castle’ is a grand scale house built on the foundations of the former property, with castle walls included as a feature. Mearns Castle by contrast has largely been restored, with the original four-storey rectangular tower now part of the buildings of the Maxwell Mearns Castle Church.

Farming continues to be important in the land around the town, as well as a major bleach factory and textile finishing centre. An array of both primary and secondary schools cater to a large number of children in the area, and retail facilities for residents are provided by an indoor shopping centre known as the Avenue, which houses around 40 units.

Whatever the shape or size of your windows in your property in Newton Mearns, you can find a window shutter that is right for you. Book a free survey and discover a local, helpful service in the local area.

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