Thinking of replacing curtains with plantation shutters?

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If you’re considering replacing existing curtains with plantation shutters and you need more convincing, then look no further. We’ve compiled several reasons why plantation shutters should be considered over traditional window dressings and we hope you find them helpful in your decision making.

 

Keeps the warmth in and the cold out

Due to plantation shutters being custom made to fit, they’re a great way to insulate your home. Not only will they serve as excellent insulation, keeping the warm in and blocking out the cold, they also provide an element of natural soundproofing too.

 

Long-lasting

Your plantation shutters may cost more than your average set of curtains but their longevity out ways the extra cost by far. Built to withstand the test of time, high-quality plantation shutters will provide you with many years of fuss-free window décor.

 

Easy to keep clean

Unlike curtains, which may need to be taken down for cleaning, plantation shutters can be easily cleaned with just a damp cloth. Hygienic and quick to clean, they’ll be simple to keep clean for any busy homeowner.

 

Privacy achieved without the darkness

Slats can be tilted to allow light to penetrate the room whilst still providing privacy for the homeowner. Traditional methods, such as closing the curtains, blocks out essential light and can result in using electricity for ceiling lights or lamps.

 

A real head turner

There’s no denying that plantation shutters get a second glance and are a much sought after addition to the home. Shutters really do have the wow factor and will enhance your home inside and out. Curtains do not offer the kerb appeal that plantation shutters do, and the choice to have plantation shutters installed in your home will be one that you’ll never regret.

 

If you would like to discuss the option of having plantation shutters installed in your home or property, then please give us a call on 01992 524 888.

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