During a shutter installation we do our best to work professionally and tidily, and minimise disruption to your life and home. The fitters pride themselves on the service they provide.
‘Sam returned 2 months later and the whole package was fitted in a single working day with minimum fuss, mess and noise’.
Before the fitting
Before your fitter arrives, please make sure the window area is clear of any existing curtains, blinds, furniture or ornaments. Your fitter will arrive with your shutters, unless they make specific arrangements with you in advance to have them delivered straight to you. They will be carefully packaged to prevent damage during transit and will be unpacked in your home, to minimise opportunities for damage.
Preparation and Fitting
Your fitter will prepare the window area, installing battens to space your shutters away from window handles for UPVC double glazed windows or making sure the surface the shutters will be fixed to are ready. The fitter will assemble and fit your shutters in their own frame, which gives your fitted window shutters a fully finished appearance. They will then check that everything is in full working order before putting any finishing touches to your shutters or the window area. ‘All fitters work best when fuelled by tea and biscuits’
The fitter can give you an indication of the time required for the fitting, however, if it is a bay, shaped window or there are a number of windows this may take a full day. Usually the fitter will prefer to arrive early to ensure there is plenty of time to complete the task without having to rush.
After the Fitting
At the end of your fitting your fitter will tidy up and hoover, remove any waste packaging and materials, leaving you with a clear area. All our products are guaranteed. We welcome feedback from our customers, some of which we then add to the testimonial section. If you would like a shutter installation, you can contact us by completing a survey request.