Types of Shutters
Composite shutters feature large slats that tilt to adjust light levels. They are permanently fixed to the wall to provide year-round coverage and easy cleaning. They fit with all kinds of décor and are widely used in Florida. Using composite shutters not only keeps the light and temperature right for you, they also protect your furniture and flooring from fading in the sunlight. Check out the latest home decorating magazines and you’re sure to see rooms with these timeless beauties.
Window Shutters for Your Home
Shutters are unique in that they also insulate your rooms from sound. Can’t sleep because it’s noisy outside? Close your bedroom shutters and relax!
When closed, your shutters give you full privacy. You can adjust the louvers to let light in and still maintain maximum privacy, much like some types of blinds. Shutters are also very easy to clean. Most need just a quick wipe with a damp cloth! Check the manufacturer’s instructions, or give us a call if you aren’t certain of the correct cleaning method.
Interior shutters provide the ultimate in UV protection. Angled correctly, the shutters keep the sun from fading furniture or flooring, preventing fading patterns.
If you’re considering selling your house, shutters add curb appeal. Installed in the front rooms of your home, they make your home more attractive from the outside and have all of the added benefits for the inside!
Looking for a different way to show off your windows? Think beyond curtains, shades, or blinds, and consider shutters! We love the way shutters enhance your decor and offer energy efficiency. Great Window Shades has been covering Jacksonville, FL, windows since 2005, and shutters are a very popular product. Give us a call at 904-361-2010 to find out more.