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Richardson Builders
Wooden shutter installation in Reading, RG2 8RL
Wooden shutter installation in Luton, LU2 7XZ
Alex Hooper Carpentry
Wooden shutter installation in Addlestone, KT15 1BQ
Castleburg Construction Ltd
Wooden shutter installation in Cambridge, CB21 5LT
Handyperson 24/7 Maintenance
Wooden shutter installation in London, N7 6PH
Wooden shutter installation in Norwich, NR9 3AB
First Step Property Services Ltd
Wooden shutter installation in Ilford, IG1 4QR
Wooden shutter installation in Dagenham, RM9 4PP
Daniel Valancius
Wooden shutter installation in London, N12 0AY
Abbins Maintenance Limited
Wooden shutter installation in Grays, RM20 3BJ
Lillywhite Property Services
Wooden shutter installation in London, W1D 4EG
T&J Maintenance
Wooden shutter installation in Bromley, BR2 9TY

Latest Wooden shutter installation Reviews

17 May 2019
Castleburg Construction Ltd
8 May 2019
Richardson Builders
3 May 2019
Nice job, thank you
26 Apr 2019

Hiring a tradesman for wooden shutter installation

Installing wooden shutters can be a great investment, not just for decoration but also for privacy. Internal wooden shutters are also a great choice for insulating your home! Although they are suitable for most window types, installing them can be a tricky job, especially if your window is large or curved. In these cases, your best tradesman will be a qualified local carpenter.

When it comes to installing wooden shutters, you want to be sure that you are getting a top notch Pro to handle everything. A poor job could leave you with badly fitted or wonky shutters which won’t do anything to stop heat escaping your home. Luckily, you can find your ideal Pro in no time at all through Plentific. When you post a job with Plentific.com, some of the best carpenters in your local area will soon get in touch to offer custom quotes. Since there is no pressure to accept, you can take all the time you want to compare the qualifications and reviews of your candidates. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific will be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.

What do you need to know about wooden shutter installation?

As well as being an effective aesthetic touch for a property, wooden shutters also offer several other advantages. A cheap alternative to double glazing, some argue that wooden shutters are just as effective at retaining heat in a property; they are certainly more effective than other options, such as thick curtains. Another advantage of wooden shutter installation is privacy, which they can provide even if you choose to leave the windows open.

Before getting your shutters installed, you should think about the style that will suit your property best. Tier-on-tier and full height shutters can suit a variety of styles and themes. Alternatively, you may choose cafe-style-shutters that only cover the bottom half of a window, in case you want to create a cosy and secluded area without having to sacrifice all of your natural light.

The cost of wooden shutter installation will depend on a few factors, the most important of which will be the material of your shutters. Generally speaking, the two most popular choices are wood and composite: while the former has more visual appeal, it is the more expensive option and requires more maintenance. Composite is a cheaper material that resembles wood but is less durable.

Another important factor will be whether the shutters are internal or external. Internal wooden shutter installation is the more expensive option, but will do a lot more for the aesthetics of a room and can give you more control over light and ventilation. Exterior shutters will increase your curb appeal and provide greater protection against the elements. They will also provide more of a visual deterrent to potential thieves.

Finally, think about whether your shutters will be fixed or operable. ‘Fixed’ shutters are stuck to the window and will stay flat, while ‘operable’ options will usually have hinges that can be opened and closed. Naturally, the latter option is the more expensive of the two.