Shutters Wellington

Looking for shutters in Wellington? Shuttercraft is transforming homes up and down the country, and you’ll be pleased to know that one of our shutter experts here in Wellington.

So, if you’d like to create a stylish new look for your home, simply pick up the phone and call your local Shuttercraft today.

Shuttercraft is a name trusted up and down the country to provide premium shutters at competitive prices, and you’ll be pleased to know that one of our experts is right here in Wellington.

If you’re considering a new look for your home or thinking about breathing new life into your windows, simply pick up the phone and call your local Shuttercraft today.

We offer free, no-obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote. Shuttercraft Telford offers a local service in and around the area including Wolverhampton, Wombourne, Hadley, Bridgnorth, Allscott and Dudley.

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 plantation shutters in Wellington

Unlike its nearby relation Telford, Wellington was not created during the twentieth century, but grew from its origins as a village over the years. Mentions of a local church in the area date back as far as the Domesday book, with a market charter being granted to Wellington in 1244.

Residents are starting to see the transformational beauty of wooden shutters, giving outstanding kerb appeal, whilst creating privacy from passers-by. Plantation shutters in popular styles such as full height, bay window or solid panel are the window treatment of choice for the period properties found in the town, with white window shutters being more favoured in newer homes.

As well as providing stylish aesthetics for both homes and businesses, custom-built wooden shutters offer both light control and insulation. They help keep a home warmer in winter months when the panels are closed.

We believe in letting the quality of our shutters speak for itself, so don’t rely on pushy sales techniques, but make sure that we offer the friendliest service to help you determine your design choices.

About Wellington

Wellington comes under the control of the Telford and Wrekin unitary authority and the wider county of Shropshire. Although technically its own settlement, Wellington has effectively been encompassed within the environs of Telford since 1968, when the new town was expanded.

The “Wellington Declaration” was made by King Charles I early on in the English Civil War. In 1642, King Charles I raised his standard “in the vicinity of” Wellington and addressed his troops the next day. He declared that he would uphold “the Protestant Religion, the Laws of England, and the Liberty of Parliament”.

The large hill known as The Wrekin is just a couple of miles from the centre of Wellington, and Sunnycroft, a Victorian villa and small estate run by the National Trust is also just a short walk from the town’s centre.

Community organisations such as the ‘Walkers are Welcome‘ group, Wellington H2A, Wellington History Group and Wellington Civic Society are all active in the town, organising a range of different events and activities throughout the year. A twinning group also exists to maintain links with Wellington’s twin town of Chatenay-Malabry in France.

Located in the town is Wrekin College, an independent school that has boarders and day pupils. It was founded by educationalist Sir John Bayley in 1880, when he was just 27, and is locally referred to as ‘The School in the Garden’ owing to its sizeable grounds and playing fields. Brian Epstein, the entrepreneur best known for managing The Beatles, studied at Wrekin College for two years, where he learned to play the violin.

The Princess Royal hospital, one of the two main hospitals in Shropshire, is located at Apley, just on the outskirts of Wellington. Although now technically included in the wider Telford town, Wellington still has its own high street and centre filled with a range of shops and restaurants.