Looking for window shutters in Lydd? Shuttercraft offers a unique quality of both products and services that transform windows and homes across the UK, including here in Lydd.
Call your local Shuttercraft today and take the first step to a stylish new look for your home. Whether you are trying to create a contemporary or classic style for your home, your local Shuttercraft will be able to help you find shutters and blinds to complete your vision.
We have a range of samples and colours to choose from and can carry out a no-obligation technical survey to provide you with the most accurate quote.
Shuttercraft Hastings provides local services in and around the area, including Dungeness, Rye, Hythe, Folkestone, Ashford, Woodchurch and Lydd. Why not pick up the phone and call your local shutter expert today.
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.
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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.
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Discover stylish internal shutters in Lydd
Supplying only the very best wooden shutters and blinds to homeowners in Lydd, Shuttercraft have a variety of both stains and paint colour options to suit a range of home designs. Wooden shutters have a long and varied history, making them the perfect match for residents of the town.
Whether you are considering updating an existing interior, change your style, or get better light control, you’re no more than a phone call away from your local shutter expert. Our range of premium shutters, from hardwood and aluminium through to ABS and coated MDF, is fully made to order every time, so a perfect fit is guaranteed.
Available in a choice of premium materials, internal shutters come in a variety of options, such as waterproof ABS, polypropylene coated MDF and classic hardwood. There is a great range of styles and sizes available, to suit any décor, and we can guarantee you’ll be happy with the finished result for years to come.
Contact your local Shuttercraft today to book a free home survey and discover your ideal choice of shutter to complete the look of your interiors.
Said to be the most southerly town in Kent, Lydd is the main area of the Romney Marsh, the sparsely populated wetland area covering around 100 square miles that was once a safe-haven for smugglers until the 1800s. Known locally as the Fifth Continent, due to a quote from author Thomas Ingoldsby, Romney Marsh was once internationally renowned for its sheep breed, exported globally and said to be the most resistant against foot rot and internal parasites.
During the Second World War, Lydd was home to a small airfield, with only a small number of remnants visible. Being closer to France on the south coast meant that it was good for smaller reconnaissance aircraft with shorter ranges. The former Rising Sun pub in the town was also where four Dutch spies were arrested for spying, having landed under cover of darkness in a rowing boat between Hythe and Dungeness.
A triangular common, known as the Rype, can be found at the centre of Lydd, and hosts the annual Lydd Club Day, a local carnival that has been held in June since the Victorian era. Just east of the town is Lydd Airport, a small local airport that mainly operates private flights, and is said to be the first airport constructed in Britain after the Second World War.
Whether you live in Lydd itself or in surrounding areas such as Dymchurch, Camber, Wittersham or Dungeness, there will be a shutter to suit your home and style. Get in touch with us at Shuttercraft and book your free home appointment today.
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