Frame Your Windows
Adding shutters to your existing windows can come with plenty of benefits. Cost effective but practical, installing a shutter to your current window can allow for added privacy and can provide additional shade against the hot, humid sun. They can also add value to your home through their beautiful, timeless elegance.
Through our trusted UK supplier, Trade Shutters, we can offer various designs, including Gloucestershire properties with bay or arch windows. To further complement the overall theme of your home, these can be customised further in a range of colours and wood finishes.
For homes that occupy perhaps busier locations, adding shutters can deliver excellent privacy whilst still allowing the light in. Perfect for homeowners just desiring that extra bit of privacy from prying eyes.
With the addition of shutters, your home can revel in the extra protection against the hot sun by providing additional shade. Ideal if your home is situated in a location where the sun hits the home for prolonged periods at a time.
Providing all the benefits you get from installing shutters to your windows, you would think that they were rather pricey, however they are surprisingly cost effective
We are Homestyle Plastics
Based in Witney, Homestyle Plastics is installing our beautiful shutters to our customers all throughout Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Berkshire and Warwickshire. Recommended locally, our good reputation of over 30 years has been built on providing quality products and exceptional customer service.
For added assurance, we have numerous accreditations under our belts. This includes FENSA, FairTrades approved tradesmen, Homepro, Plastic Window Federation and Secured by Design.
Visit our Showroom
Sometimes it’s better to view the product first before committing to any project, which is why we have a showroom based in the Cotswolds, which is open six days a week, Monday to Saturday. Here you see examples of our range of products and get a better understanding of how they can work for your home.
All customers are welcomed and will never have to feel pressured or rushed when they enter and can observe our quality designs at their own pace. However, if you are looking for advice, our friendly sales team will be on hand with any suggestions or advice to stimulate ideas.
Call us Today
Our friendly team in Witney will always be happy to answer any question you may have about our range of products. Give us a call today!
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Getting a quote for your next installation or home project has never been easier. Simply use our online quoting tool today to get started.
What areas do you install your shutters to?
Currently, we install our shutters to homes throughout Witney, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire. Wiltshire, Berkshire, Warwickshire and surrounding counties. However, if you wish you to know whether we can offer our services to your area, then contact us today!
Can installing your shutters prevent condensation?
While they can’t completely stop any condensation forming during the winter months, a shutter can aid in significantly reducing the amount of condensation that forms and prevent it from being a larger problem. This is why they can be a perfect addition to kitchens and bathrooms!
What materials are your shutters made of?
As we want to provide the highest quality for our customers, we source our shutters from our trusted supplier, Trade Shutters, who ensure that we use FSC grade wood and sustainable sourced uPVC.
How much can one of your shutters cost?
Due to how customisable our shutters are, including the shape, colour and even the size, we’re unable to offer you a standard price for our installation services. However, if you wish to know how much our shutters will cost you, then you can contact us for a more accurate fee.
Is there a difference between a shutter and a blind?
There is a primary difference between the two and it all has to do with their structure. Blinds tend to be more flexible and are usually only fixed to the top of the window, whereas shutters are solid and fixed to the sides. Also, shutters tend to be more durable and most would argue that they are more visually appealing, however the latter is truly subjective.