Winchester Hardwood Shutters Premium Blinds Window Treatment Services Launched

Shuttercraft Winchester (+44-1962-706072), a Winchester window treatment company, updated its services to offer high-quality MDF and hardwood shutters and blinds for commercial and residential clients in Winchester, Salisbury, Romsey and the surrounding area. The company offers made-to-measure window treatments for all types of interior applications.

Romsey, United Kingdom - October 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Shuttercraft Winchester, a premium window treatments company based in Winchester, launched an updated range of custom services for residential and commercial clients looking for quality shutters and blinds. The company offers MDF, hardwood and mixed window treatments personalized according to the needs and preferences of each client.

More information can be found at https://www.shuttercraft-winchester.co.uk.

Enjoying immense popularity throughout the world, shutters and blinds are among the most versatile window treatment choices for both residents and business owners. Offering superior sound insulation compared to curtains, quality shutters and blinds are ideal for noisy urban areas, with certain materials also offering superior thermal efficiency.

Shuttercraft Winchester is a leading provider of bespoke window treatments, having extensive experience serving clients in Winchester, Salisbury, Romsey and the surrounding area.

The company has expanded its services to offer a large selection of styles, colors and materials, working closely with each client to personalize its products according to the specific demands of each project.

Shuttercraft Winchester offers entry-level ABS shutters to help clients benefit from a durable window treatment ideal for both living spaces and high-humidity rooms like kitchens and bathrooms. The Java shutters are available in six shades of white and five Louvre sizes, making them a flexible choice for a variety of residential and commercial applications.

The company also provides hardwood shutters made of sustainable hardwood to respond to the needs of clients looking for a high-end window treatment. The Sumatra shutters are made-to-measure using sustainable white teak from the Solomon Islands, with clients having the option to choose among 28 standard colors or create their own, as well as personalize the shutters with 20 stain patterns.

The Shuttercraft Winchester collection also includes mid-range models made of stable timber, MDF, or a combination of hardwood and MDF.

Company owner Nigel Luke emphasized Shuttercraft’s dedication to high-quality window treatments for all types of applications: “We are trusted across the Winchester area to provide only the best shutters and blinds for a range of interior design choices. Whether you are looking to achieve a classic or more contemporary look, you’re guaranteed to find something you’ll fall in love with for your window, door or opening.”, declared Mr. Luke.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Nigel Luke
Email: Send Email
Organization: Shuttercraft Winchester
Address: 74 Duttons Road,, Romsey, England SO51 8FR, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1962-706072

For more information, please visit https://www.shuttercraft-winchester.co.uk/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 249980

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