A: It depends on a few factors but shutters are generally a bit more expensive due to them being more durable and features not available on blinds.
A: That depends on your needs and goals, contact us to discuss the best blinds for you.
A: The main advantages of vinyl shutters is the cost, as they are often much less expensive than wood shutters. However, the limitations of vinyl shutters is that there are limited colour choices and panel sizes and they aren’t the most environmentally friendly option.
An advantage of wooden shutters is that they can be ordered to fit any size or shape window and come in a number of slat widths and custom colours are available and can be coordinated with your home. On the down side wooden shutters aren’t ideal for rooms that experience a lot of moisture.
A: Wood shutters are worth restoring, most of the time. If your vinyl shutters are still in good shape then generally, they are worth a repaint. Broken or fragile vinyl shutters should be replaced. If you are unsure, feel free to contact us and we will assist.
A: Read our blog for some tips on maintaining and cleaning your aluminium shutters
A: The reason for shutters differs from person to person, for some it is controlling the amount of light that enters the room, privacy, security, weather or simply to enhance the aesthetics of the home or office building.
A: The short answer, yes shutters can improve the value of your home. Shutters can also reduce your insurance premium.