Shuttercraft Chelmsford Proudly Announces The Company’s Official Grand Opening

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(Chelmsford, England)— Increasingly one of the UK’s most popular forms of window covering, window shutters – otherwise known as plantation blinds – add an air of class to any home or business. Having a local company who understands a client’s needs is important, and for this reason Shuttercraft Chelmsford is pleased to announce that they are now operational throughout Essex. Franchise manager Trevor Siederer and his dedicated team of shutter specialists can advise clients on the best types of window treatments perfectly suited to properties in Chelmsford, Braintree, or Epping. Clients can visit www.shuttercraft-chelmsford.co.uk/ to learn more about how to take advantage of these services.

In addition to having several towns, Essex is also known for quaint villages like Great Baddow, that have characterful property types perfect for the plantation shutter treatment. Shuttercraft Chelmsford fits only the finest wooden, MDF and ABS shutters from S:CRAFT, one of the UK’s leading industry specialists. Not only do they look stunning, they also provide a number of benefits that families have come to expect.

Made-to-measure wooden window shutters offer a range of advantages from thermal insulation to external noise reduction, which makes them perfectly suited to life in modern Britain. In busy Essex towns such as Harlow and Sawbridgeworth, sounds from local traffic can be a real issue, and noise reduction is a great benefit. Regardless of the style of living space or work environment, the design of shutters also makes them incredibly easy to maintain. Instead of expensive dry cleaning often required with curtains, cleaning is cost-free, reduced to just a simple wipe from a damp cloth.

With additional benefits such as privacy from overlooking properties and great light control, there really is no better option than internal window shutters. This is why we are delighted that Shuttercraft Chelmsford will be able to provide expert advice, installations, and free consultations for residents and business owners in the Essex area. Those who have questions or would like to inquire about getting the perfect window shutters installed in their home should log on to

Whether a contemporary apartment or traditional townhouse, hardwood shutters add to the charm, giving a unique look that will help a client’s property stand out from the crowd. Whilst suited to most rooms – even those with unusually-shaped bay windows – wood is not suitable for humid areas, such as kitchens and bathrooms. This is why at Shuttercraft Chelmsford a 100% waterproof range of high quality ABS plastic shutters is on offer, for this very reason. A wide selection of colours, stains, sizes and shapes makes shutters a superb match for almost every type of existing decor.

At Shuttercraft Chelmsford, not only is the installation service exceptional, so too is the customer care, both before and after purchase. Consultations and advice on all window shutters is offered completely free of charge or obligation, so hidden costs need not be a worry for a client’s home improvement project. Visit www.shuttercraft-chelmsford.co.uk to book a free survey today and find out how Trevor and his team can help spruce up any client’s home in 2016.

About Shuttercraft Chelmsford:

Shuttercraft Chelmsford specializes in the installation of made-to-measure window shutters. The team at Shuttercraft Chelmsford operates with a deep understanding of window shutters. All the staff at Shuttercraft Chelmsford are fully trained to the highest level, to provide customers with only the very best shutters at great prices. All our window shutters are manufactured by S:CRAFT, one of the leading UK companies, ensuring only the finest quality materials are used and that plantation shutters are produced to the highest possible standards.

Media Contact:

Trevor Siederer
Chelmsford Essex CM2 ODG
Telephone: +44 1245 898 680
Email: [email protected]
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