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messageSeeking recommendations for window shutters
Posted by KitKat83 January 07, 11:34AM

I am looking for recommendations for supply and fit of shutters for four windows in my house please.
Looking to get some quotes in this/next week.

Thanks,
Kate

messageRe: Seeking recommendations for window shutters
Posted by Jess85 January 07, 04:14PM

Weve used Shuttersup twice now and were so pleased with them we recommended them to our neighbour (shed also thrilled).

Friendly, polite team, ladies in the office are lovely and so helpful, prices are competitive and they were punctual etc.

Would definitely recommend and use again.

messageRe: Seeking recommendations for window shutters
Posted by yard January 07, 06:00PM

Go for Hilaryr, best ever fitting, after sales service. also 12 year guarantee. Costs nothing measurement and quote.

messageRe: Seeking recommendations for window shutters
Posted by NewWave January 07, 10:43PM

I'm looking for window shutters too but dont want rhe popular plantation style-instead I want the trad victorian or georgian style, possibly ones that are divided top and bottom (so we can have privacy but still get daylight) any recommendations for this kind of shutter please?

messageRe: Seeking recommendations for window shutters
Posted by yard January 08, 07:18AM

my last post should have read Hilarys, as for tailoring shutters to meet your own requirements they are very flexible.

messageRe: Seeking recommendations for window shutters
Posted by Sue January 08, 02:33PM

NewWave Wrote:
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> I'm looking for window shutters too but dont want
> rhe popular plantation style-instead I want the
> trad victorian or georgian style, possibly ones
> that are divided top and bottom (so we can have
> privacy but still get daylight) any
> recommendations for this kind of shutter please?


I'd also be interested in finding out about these.

I haven't yet decided whether to go for shutters, but if I do I want something that is in keeping with the style of my house (Victorian).

messageRe: Seeking recommendations for window shutters
Posted by HunterHtingSolutions January 09, 09:59AM

Shutters up for definite.

messageRe: Seeking recommendations for window shutters
Posted by KitKat83 January 14, 02:27PM

Thank you all. I have shutters up coming to ED to measure up and quote this Friday... if anyone else is also looking maybe contact them to pop in to you at a similar time - Friday afternoon.

Thanks,
Kate


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