Manufacturers and Repairs of Indoor Blinds, Outdoor Blinds, Doors, Screens & Grilles
Unparalleled in richness, timber shutters create an ambience that has stood the test of time.
Guaranteed to add value to your home, timber shutters offer wonderful versatility in light control and have excellent insulating properties. Crafted from the paulownia tree, our timber shutters have a superior strength to weight ratio with excellent dimensional stability allowing for single panel widths up to 1000mm. Available in numerous configurations to compliment home, timber shutters can also be customised to suit shapes such as circular and raked windows, bifolding, sliding and hinged. Paulownia timber is resistant to disease and has a combustion temperature that is almost double to that of many conventional hard and soft woods. Simply put, paulownia timber is a reliable, high quality, exceptional performing material.
Mortise and Tenon Joints
Used in demanding furniture and building construction, our shutters are glued and screwed using mortise and tenon joints. This ensures that your shutters will withstand the shear stress and racking forces applied during operation.
Reinforced Engineered Stile
Multiple layers of timber are bonded together to bolster the stability of the stile core. This process strengthens the stile core and provides superior durability that lasts a lifetime.
Frequently Asked Questions
Timber shutters are suitable for bedrooms and 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, timber shutters are easy to clean. Simply wipe the louvres with a damp cloth to remove dust and marks.
No, unfortunately timber shutters are not suitable for wet areas such as bathrooms. Polymer shutters are a suitable alternative.
Yes, timber 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 timber 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.
Yes, timber shutters offer some of the best insulation qualities available.