Pawlonia Hardwood panels
The reasoning behind this particular manufacturing style is being able to mix the insulation properties of the Pawlonia hardwood, with the resilience and stability of the basswood frames, while also offering a cost-effective solution to plantation shutters.
This might be the best option if you have UPVC Windows. Bare in mind that the Classic Shutters range also comes in 17 colour options.
Plantation shutters traditionally come with a stained finish, now thanks to basswood shutters, it is possible to have them in a wide range of stained wooden colours and a wide range of painted colours.
With our Premium Shutters range, the entire shutter is made out of basswood, both frames, panels and slats. Plantation Shutters made out of basswood have insulation properties due to the very nature of the hardwood itself, helping in maintaining as much as possible a perfect ambient in the room, keeping out the winter cold and the summer heat. This option remains one of the best choices for Tier on Tier Styles or large panels as in for conservatory windows.
Poplar Hardwood frames
Poplar Hardwood panels
Poplar is one of the finest varieties of hardwood used to manufacture plantation shutters. It has a finer texture that gives your shutters an attractive look. Shutters created from poplar are sturdy and have a uniform, smooth finish, so upon staining or painting, your shutters look amazing on every window. The Elite Shutters range has gained popularity among home owners due to their quality. They are more durable than other types of wooden plantation shutters because the poplar itself is less porous, making it longer lasting and much more stable compared to other types of hardwoods.
Faux wood PVC frames
Faux wood PVC panels
Our faux wood PVC shutters were designed having bathrooms in mind. Where wooden or MDF shutters failed against humid conditions by developing defects such as warping or paint blowing, the faux wood PVC shutters are tough, hard wearing and ideally suited to withstand high humidity, moisture, condensation and direct water contact. With a great quality finish and look, they fit the same as the other plantation shutters that we can provide.
The louvres that we can provide are available in a choice of up to 4 sizes. Starting with the 64mm wide slat, 76mm wide, 89mm wide and even up to 114mm wide. It’s worth knowing that choosing the right louvre size needs to reflect the proportions of both the window and the room sizes. The wider the panels of a window the wider we recommend the louvre to be.
From a design perspective, wider slats make up for a more contemporary look whereas the narrower louvres reflect a more traditional design. Our 76mm wide slat is slowly gaining popularity as it tends to work well with the majority of window and room sizes.
In order to control the opening and/or closing of the slats, the Tilt Rod positioning can also be customised. Generally, the Tilt Rod runs down the centre of a panel, yet again there is the possibility of having it placed on the side of the panel towards the hinges.
Another great option is to opt for a Clearview – Aluminium Rod, which comes fixed on the back side of the panels, all the times on the sides towards the hinges. The Clearview – Aluminium rod comes painted in the same colour as the shutters are in order to blend in colour-wise as much as possible. Due to being really slim, it is hardly visible from the outside of the property
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