Shuttercraft is a name trusted across the country to install premium shutters and blinds that breathe new life into peoples’ homes, including throughout the North West. Covering across Lancashire and parts of the Lake District, Shuttercraft Lancashire is also helping people transform homes right here in the city and surrounding areas, providing a friendly service to help you transform your space.
If you’re planning to rethink your interiors and get better control over the light in your home, why not call us and get in touch today. Rather than telling you what we think you should have, we’ll work with you to help discover the best styles to suit your tastes and requirements.
Without any pressure to make a purchase, we offer free home appointments for you to see our range of samples, take detailed measurements, talk options, all helping build for the most accurate quote. Shuttercraft Lancashire operates throughout the county and parts of the Lake District, providing a friendly, efficient service in Lancaster and surrounding places such as Clitheroe, Kendal, Kirkby Lonsdale, Morecambe and Thornton-Cleveleys.
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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Our impressive range of shutter styles is only the start. We also take pride in 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 plantation shutters in Lancaster
We’ll help you discover the different colours, materials and styles to suit your home, so whether you’re trying to complete an existing classic look, or create something contemporary, Lancaster residents can rest assured that Shuttercraft has you covered. We provide shutters for windows, bays, room dividers, special shapes and even room dividers, so whatever project you’re considering for shutters, why not book a free survey today.
Whether it’s for your home or your business wants a new look for its windows, your local Shuttercraft can help you choose the right products to fit your space. Whether you favour a classic look for your shutters or are trying to achieve a contemporary design, shutters provide the perfect finish to your windows or doors.
When closed, shutters help insulate your home, helping keep your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer as well as reducing external noise levels. Excellent for light control, easy to clean, and providing additional privacy for the home, shutters are brilliant choice homeowners in Lancaster who want to make light work in their space.
Get in touch today and discover some of the best window shutters Lancaster has to offer.
With a skyline dominated by Lancaster Castle and the Ashton Memorial, the county town of Lancashire dates back at least to the time of the Romans, as its name means “fort on the River Lune”, the river that runs throughout much of the North West. Granted the status of Fairtrade City in 2004, Lancaster is also home to a number of musicians from indie and alternative acts such as Hard-Fi, Lush, Towers of London and Maximo Park. There are annual festivals based throughout the city every September and October.
One of the key buildings in the city, Lancaster Castle is a medieval structure that has a long and varied history, being used as a prison until as recently as 2011. Since that time, guided tours reveal some of the castle’s gruesome moments, including the 1612 trials of the Pendle Witches, which included Alison Device and Alice Nutter, both of whom were inspirations for characters in “Good Omens”, the 1990 novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.
Being far from any key target during the second world war, Lancaster avoided bombing raids, and as such the historic city enjoys many examples of Georgian and Victorian architecture scattered throughout. Although constructed later during the Edwardian era, Williamson Park and the Ashton Memorial are important places in the city, constructed by James Williamson, 1st Baron Aston, in memorial of his second wife Jessy, and has been described as the “Taj Mahal of the North”.
With a scenic location, riverside properties, and a vast array of home styles, the versatility of our shutters means that then can suit your space, whether you prefer a contemporary or classic look.
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