Shutters are a fantastic investment for your home. Whether your taste is trendy or traditional, the timeless elegance of shutters adds to any room décor or house design.
Now that you’re convinced that investing in shutters is a much better choice than their blind and curtain counterparts (one that we would wholeheartedly agree with!) you need to decide what type of material is best suited to your requirements and home. To make this easier, we have come up with a list of the main factors which you should consider when choosing your design.
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With so many unique factors to consider, finding the right window treatment for your bathroom can prove problematic. To help you on your way to making that all important decision, we have put together a blog post highlighting why window shutters are the bathroom window treatment of choice for many.
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As well as being the most eco-friendly window covering, shutters are also allergy-friendly. One of shutters’ many advantages is their capability to help those suffering from dust mite-related allergies. Dust mite allergies are relatively common: according to the NHS, at least 12 million Britons are allergic to their own home due to the dreaded mite. But how can you tell if you are susceptible to dust mites and how can investing in wooden window shutters help?
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5 Cost Effective Ways to Insulate Drafty Windows
After a glorious summer, the frosts are finally setting in. And rather than turning up the thermostat, many homeowners are looking for ways to save money on their heating bills at this expensive time of year. Poorly insulated windows are one of the worst culprits for heat loss, but they’re also one of the easiest problems to fix. If you want to know how to insulate drafty windows without actually replacing them, this post offers five easy and cost effective solutions.
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