Looking for shutters in Lutterworth? Shuttercraft’s expansive network spans the length and breadth of the UK, including right here in Lutterworth. Which means you’re just a phone-call away from transforming the spaces you love.
So call your local Shuttercraft today and take the first step to a stylish new look for your home.
Providing shutters across the Midlands, including the Harborough area, you’ll be pleased to know that in Lutterworth your local Shuttercraft is just a call away. Breathing new life into existing designs, creative light control and providing privacy, shutters can transform a home.
If you’re considering plantation shutters for your windows, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We’ll help you find the right solutions to match your tastes and requirements.
You can book a free survey today, with no obligation to buy, and we’ll show you our range of samples, offer our expert advice and carry out a detailed technical survey to provide you with a competitive and accurate quote. Shuttercraft Lichfield offers a local service in the town of Lutterworth itself and throughout the area including Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Polesworth, Rugeley and Enderby, Lichfield.
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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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Discover plantation shutters in Lutterworth
Mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book, Lutterworth is a town with a long heritage, with good transport networks, located on the M1 and close to both Coventry and Leicester. The town’s high street is full of Georgian and Victorian properties with period sash windows, however, there is a range of homes throughout the town which would be perfect for shutters.
As local specialists, we know the area just as well as we know our products, and there are a wide variety of shapes and sizes of the window in the region, which is why all our premium quality shutters and blinds are custom-crafted for each customer. Made-to-measure, our internal shutters are ideal for bay windows, following the curves and angles of the space, without hiding the beauty.
When catering for larger windows and openings, Shuttercraft can provide shutters that operate on track systems, helping provide light control for glass expanses or act as room dividers in open-plan homes.
From coated MDF and waterproof through to sustainably sourced hardwood and aluminium, our wooden shutters and blinds come in a variety of materials to suit almost every home scenario. Contact us today to find out what would work best for your space.
The town of Lutterworth has been holding markets since the charter was granted by King John in 1214. Located just off junction 20 of the M1, the town is just to the north of the River Swift and is home to some of the world’s first jet engines, pioneered by inventor Frank Whittle in the 1930s and 1940s.
Between 1374 and 1384 the reformer John Wycliffe was rector at St Mary’s Church, Lutterworth, and it thought to have produced the first English translation of the Bible while based here. The town continues to have a link with this work, being the UK home of Gideons International, the Bible distribution charity.
There is a large industrial, logistics and distribution centre at Magna Park, just to the west of the town on the A4303. It is one of the main employers for the area. Lutterworth has two football clubs, Lutterworth Town FC (who play in the United Counties Premier Division) and Lutterworth Athletic FC (who play in Division 1 of the United Counties League).
Stanford Hall is located just to the South East of Lutterworth, the ancestral home of the Cave family since the 1690s when it was constructed under Roger, the 2nd Baronet. One of the English rivers named River Avon runs through Stanford Hall’s grounds, which also played host to some early experiments in flying from the inventor Percy Pilcher.
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