We’re always looking for the next big thing in home decor and design, but when it comes to these Long Island Shutters, it’s not just a trend. It’s a necessity. Of course you already know you need window shutters – or do you?
We hope that by the end of this article, you’ll see how and why these Long Island shutters are the best choice for protecting your home.
What do window shutters do, exactly?
We’ve all seen window shutters at some point in our lifetime, yet how often have you stopped to consider their purpose? Yes, window shutters are designed to keep the light out, but they also do so much more.
Our Long Island Shutters will improve your property’s insulation. They will keep you warm in the cool months, but also help cool the home during the hot, summer season. They’re easy to work with, falling or retracting in one swift movement. What’s more, they’re non-intrusive and go with a wide range of different decor styles. So you don’t need to worry about your window shutters clashing with the rest of the room.
Shutters vs. Blinds vs. Curtains – which is right for you?
Of course, the right choice for you will depend on a variety of factors, including the style of your home, and your own personal preference. However, there are a number of reasons why window shutters may be preferable to curtains or blinds.
For one thing, we love our Long Island Shutters because they can easily be tailored to fit any window style you can imagine. Long, short, wide, or narrow. This is something that curtains don’t really do, or at least, not as well.
Another reason why window shutters may be preferable to other window installments is the level of protection offered. As we all know, curtains offer different levels of protection against heat and light, depending on the thickness and the type of fabric used. So we’ll exclude them from the conversation, for the moment.
Between window shutters and blinds, shutters tend to be more compact and more of a snug fit to your window. This automatically means they provide better protection, isolating your home against heat or sunlight when you don’t want it.
Overall, we think window shutters are preferable to curtains or blinds for a variety of reasons. They offer high protection, but also incredible adaptability. So it’s highly unlikely that your Long Island shutters won’t suit your home.
Bottom Line – should you get window shutters?
Again, whether or not you opt for Long Island Shutters is up to you, but we recommend that you consider shutters for your home’s windows. Because window shutters aren’t about hiding. They’re about being warm, about sleeping in on a lazy Sunday morning. They’re about snuggling in the dark with your loved one.
And that’s what our Long Island Shutters aim to provide you with. A warm, cosy home, where you can enjoy both a winter’s afternoon and a summer morning at ideal temperatures!
Contact us on 01992 524 888 for more information.