Louvre shutters are known by a variety of names such as internal shutters, but their increasing popularity in the UK over the last few decades is no surprise to those who already have them as few would now return to having curtains or blinds.
All the information that you will need plus a range of advice to help you, including shutter colour, layout and details of shutter parts, are there to assit you when placing your order. These can be found in the following main sections:
The advantages of shutters are many, not least the ability to control light levels whilst maintaining privacy and protecting the contents of your room from direct sunlight.
Another key benefit is ventilation, as the louvres allow air to flow freely through the room, although due to the magnets that hold the shutter panels in their frame they are unlikely to blow open even in a strong breeze.
The precise control over how the louvres move means that you can angle light away from fixtures and furnishings, or in the office away from screens or other display equipment. There are also options for hidden controls as well as remote control of the louvres.
Remote control louvres now mean that you can control light levels from the comfort of your sofa, or if you have a window that isn’t easy to reach perhaps over a stair well.
Available through DIY with support from Sam through a digital photo upload service and telephone advice or the fitted service, there is a everything you need to help you order in both these sections of the website and to help you decide what will be best for your home in terms of colour, layout and design.