Shuttercraft has got the UK covered, including here in Redditch. It’s reassuring to know that an established national brand is right here on your doorstep.
So make that call today and take the first step to creating a stylish new look for your home.
We help make light work of choosing the right interior window shutters for your home, offering free, no obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote. Shuttercraft Worcestershire offers a local service in and around the county including Worcester, Droitwich Spa and Bromsgrove.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Property owners in Redditch, wanting to make their homes and businesses special, have been investing wisely in Shuttercraft interior shutters and blinds. Modern homes need character and trendy apartments need a window treatment that is chic; plantation shutters and shutter blinds are the perfect choice.
Often properties in Redditch are overlooked, so internal shutters are perfect for giving complete control over privacy, while also providing extra thermal insulation.
All shutter specialists at Shuttercraft Worcestershire are highly trained and with our eye for detail, we make sure that shutters will be installed to only the very highest standards. Whether you are after coated MDF, waterproof ABS or solid wood, all shutters are made-to-measure to match your home, ensuring superb quality at affordable prices.
Redditch is in the county of Worcestershire, around 15 miles from Birmingham. Although today it is a thriving, modern town, there is a commemorative plaque in Alcester Street showing its first mention in 1348, when it was called Red Ditch, probably referring to the Red Clay that formed in the nearby River Arran.
At one time it was the international centre for the production of needles and fishing tackle. This has now largely been replaced by light industry – both Halfords and GKN have their headquarters here. Put this together with historical sites, such as the ruins of Bordesley Abbey and the medieval Moons Moat, it is no wonder that there has been the need for new housing.