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Windows, Doors & Conservatories SHUTTERS – stylish and practical, beautiful and safe


Plantation Shutters as window treatments are the perfect choice whatever your style of property as they offer such a wide and varied range but are particularly useful when dressing awkward shaped windows or spaces as they can be made to fit, literally, anywhere, any shape!


And not only windows – they are ideal room dividers or as internal 'doors'; can be used to create wardrobes or cupboards, especially where standard ranges cannot fit; and (an aspect often overlooked) they offer many ‘child friendly’ benefits.


Some are just as essential for the adults of the house, too, but the primary area where shutters excel in family homes is that they have no looped cords, tapes or chains associated with the tragic deaths and injury of far too many children.


Not only do they provide additional privacy and security for your home, they also offer an extra barrier to stop children falling out of open windows.


Perfect for 'sticky finger' areas, they wipe clean and are easy to maintain; in normal use, most will require no maintenance for 20 years after installation. Shutters help to reduce noise and can provide optimum light and shade for any room; closing to almost blackout, they are ideal for aiding a good night’s sleep.


They can help keep your property warm, reducing energy costs, and increase its value...


And as if all those weren't enough good reasons - allergens, dust, dirt, moulds, mildews and germs do not affect shutters the way they do fabrics and untreated wooden blinds, helping you keep a clean and allergen reduced environment in your home.


Whatever style or finish you choose; whether solid or louvred; with Shutters you can create the finished look and feel you want for your home...and keep everyone safe.


Editorial kindly supplied by Just Shutters 01392 342081 www.justshutters.co.uk


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