Shutter Frame Options

The type of windows you have will normally determine the shutter type most suitable for your installation. Our surveyors consider all the options available to you and will make recommendations during their visit to your home.

Windows that open inwards require different shutters to outwards opening styles. The size and depth of your window latches handle, and door furniture will also have an impact on the most suitable shutters for your home.

Inside Recess

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Our most common installation type. With this type of installation, the shutter frame sits inside the wall hollow. This style can’t fold back flat against your wall.

Once installed, homeowners more usually leave the shutters in place and adjust the louvers as required.

Edge of Recess

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This type of installation sites your shutters flush to your wall. This installation allows you to fold your shutters back against the wall when required.

With this design, you won’t be able to see your window sill with shutters closed, but they do create clean and perfect lines in place.

Outside Recess

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If your windows open inwards, or in situations where there is little or no depth in your window recess, this type of install is ideal.

Shutters will still fold back, against your wall.

If you require any advice or information concerning shutter frames or installation please do get in touch.

You can call us now on 01462 816429

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