Plantation Shutters Company in Henley On Thames is your local shutter company offering the very best quality hardwood shutters to you the client. (We dont supply MDF) We offer a no obligation free home survey to find out your needs. We first sit down and chat with you and find out what colour you’re considering, what style of shutter doors the slat size and how many windows you wish to fit shutters.
There are many different types of shutters, styles and colors that’s the reason we leave a brochure with you when we visit or you can download one by clicking this link Shutters Brochure
This will help you decide on what type of shutter works best for you in your property it’s not a decision you want to rush as its a large investment I’ll list a few of the shutters types below:
This is a full height plantation shutters doors that can be used in a casement, sash or bay window we can split.The opening slat so you can leave the bottom of the shutter slats closed and tilt to top to let light into the room.
Tier on tier plantation shutters doors work well in offering you the opportunity to open the top shutter doors while leaving the bottom doors closed this will help with keeping the rooms private but still letting lots of daylight onto the room when needed. They look great in the bay windows.
Cafe style shutters are doors that only cover half or a little more of the window so if you don’t want to completely cover the window with a shutter this is probably the best option for you. They can be used in bay, sash or casement windows
Shaped shutters help when you have that shaped window it’s a little more work but it can be done. I’ve had all types of windows that have had to be manufactured so please get in touch if you need help with this one.
Bay window shutters look amazing from both inside and outside the property. If you look at our gallery and see the bay window shutters you will see exactly what I mean. They also keep the heat in during the winter months and this is becoming more important.
Sliding door plantation shutters work extremely well if space is an issue and you don’t want the doors bifolding into the room. Or if you have a sliding glass door with a fixed panel of glass you can slide the shutters to the fixed side of the door frame. The doors run on a tracked system and are smooth and very quiet