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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 North Yorkshire offers a local service in and around the county including York, Wetherby and Harrogate.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
With such a large student population resident in York, landlords should consider switching from window treatments such as curtains to internal plantation shutters. The wood, ABS or treated MDF shutter styles can be washed much easier, minimising costs of cleaning between tenants.
As well as reducing ongoing maintenance costs, full height and tier-on-tier shutters give great kerb appeal and allow great control over light and privacy levels, as well as reducing exterior noise. Custom built wooden shutters and plantations provide a stylish solution for properties of all types, and can be fitted on the more out of the ordinary window shapes found on converted or contemporary buildings.
As there is such a broad range of options available, we provide free quotes and advice on our shutters for properties of all types. With different materials, colours and stains available, we know the best type of window treatment to match the individual needs of our customers.
Built around the centre point of the city’s Minster, the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe, York is situated at the merging of the rivers Ouse and Foss in the county of North Yorkshire.
Originally presented as an idea to King James I in the 17th Century, the University of York, founded in 1963, is now one of the major employers in the city, with both national and international tourism providing a strong element of the growing economy.
Just 21 miles from nearby Leeds, the city lies in the Vale of York, a level region of land surrounded by the Pennies, North York Moors and the Yorkshire Wolds, and is filled with buildings of historical interest, including the castle, Treasurer’s House, and the reconstructed medieval house of Barley Hall.
Situated between the Howardian Hills and Nidderdale Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this old walled city is renowned for its architecture, quaint cobbled streets and a wealth of visitor attractions such as the Jorvik Viking Centre.