Manufacturers and Repairs of Indoor Blinds, Outdoor Blinds, Doors, Screens & Grilles
Seamlessly integrating outdoor living spaces with your home, aluminium shutters appoint a distinguished presence.
Aluminium Shutters are perfect for external areas such as alfresco entertaining, BBQ’s and outdoor kitchens, and will add value to your home. Their exceptional strength to weight ratio means that single panels can span up to an impressive 1500mm in width. In addition to using stainless steel hardware, the shutters are finished with Interpon Powder Coating by AkzoNobel - the global leader in powder coatings and parent company of Dulux – and are available in all Dulux colours and 4 timber-look colours. Aluminium shutters can be customised to suit all shapes and configurations such as bi-folding, raked windows, sliding and hinged, with the louvres coming in choices of fixed, moveable, or lockable.
Frequently Asked Questions
Aluminium shutters will block out most light, with only tiny slivers of light visible between each louvre. For complete room darkening, however, we would not recommend plantation shutters.
Yes, very much so! As there are no cords or chains with shutters this makes them one of the safest and sturdiest of window furnishings to select from.
No, unfortunately we don’t offer motorisation on our plantation shutters.
Yes, aluminium shutters are easy to clean. Gently hose or simply wipe the louvres with a damp cloth to remove dust and marks.
Yes, aluminium shutters are suitable for wet areas such as bathrooms.
Yes, aluminium shutters are easy to operate. Simply tilt the louvres to control the amount of light that is let in or use the hinges to open the shutter panel fully to access the window. Shutters can also be configured as bi-folding and sliding, both of which that are easy to operate.
Yes, our aluminium shutters come with a 5 year warranty.
Yes, we do offer repairs and servicing to timber shutters. Some of these services include replacing louvres, louvre pins and tilt bars.
Because aluminium is a type of metal, it has very little insulating qualities. As such, we would not recommend aluminium shutters for insulation.