When you buy your new diy plantation shutters from Shutterplus, you only need to pay 50% of your total when placing your order.
It’s really easy to buy your custom-made mdf or basswood shutters online at fantastic prices!
Get started now!
Posted by Hugo Clancy. 14 May 2016.
Here at Shutterplus we’ve been busy designing new websites to make it as easy as possible for you to design & Buy your new shutters online. And save yourself lots of cash in the process!
For diy shutters in the UK visit http://www.shutterplus.co.uk . In Ireland visit http://www.shutterplus.ie for your diy shutters . In The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and France, go to http://www.shutterplus.eu for premium quality diy plantation shutters .
We only sell premium quality plantation shutters at extremely competitive prices!
We look forward to working with you!
Posted by Hugo Clancy. 14 May 2016.
Everyone here at Shutterplus would like to wish you and yours a very happy and peaceful Christmas.
Thank you for your support during 2015 and we look forward to serving you in 2016 with all your diy plantation shutters requirements.
Posted by Hugo Clancy. 23 December 2016
Our flatpack shutters have proved extremely popular since we launched them last summer.
And now in response to customer demand, we have made them available in a range of 8 different shades of white and off-white, ready for assembly and fitting.
Made using FSC certified basswood material and available in as little as 10 working days.
These shutters are the lowest cost DIY shutters available in the UK & Ireland. GUARANTEED!
Take the window below as an example;
Measurements: 1195 x 1150 – 1.37m2
Flatpack Price: £149 primer finish; £171 painted finish.
That’s just £109 per m2 primer finish and £125 per m2 painted finish.
Everything pre-cut and machined, pre-hinged and ready for assembly and fitting.
IN JUST 10-15 WORKING DAYS!
Design and price your shutters here
or call us on UK 08454 890314 / ROI 01 5065574
Well 2015 is nearly upon us and of course it’s at this time of year when we make resolutions to get something done to start of the year on a good note.
If you’re into DIY, why not resolve to take on a project that will add real value to your home, give you enormous satisfaction and can be achieved at minimal cost.
At Shutterplus, we offer you 3 DIY options for adding plantation shutters to your home;
- Ready-made shutters, completely made up, finished, pre-hinged and ready for assembly. 3-4 week lead time
- Flat pack shutters, with all the components machined and ready for assembly and finishing. 7-10 day lead time.
- Build your own shutters, pre-primed components with your own detailed custom cutting list for the serious DIY’er! 3-5 day lead time.
And remember all our shutters and components are made using FSC certified premium grade basswood.
Whatever resolutions you make, have a very Happy New Year!
Posted by Hugo Clancy. 30 December 2014.
If you’re thinking of building your own shutters, we’ve just made your job a whole lot easier.
We now have pre-drilled stiles available for the 64 and 89mm louvre sizes.
Proper hole spacing is vital for properly working shutters.
So call us on 08454 890314 or 01 5065574 (ROI) for details.
Posted by Hugo Clancy. 5 October 2014
The most popular hinges used with plantation shutters are non-mortise hinges, also known as flush hinges.
These are loose pin hinges, so it is easy to connect panels to frames by simply lining up the two parts of the hinge and inserting the pin.
Frame hinges (shown on right in picture), have a slot hole in the larger leaf which makes it easy to adjust the panel up or down. The inner panel hinges come in two options;
- A standard non-mortise hinge (left), similar to the frame hinges but without the slot hole.
- A rebated hinge (centre), used for meeting panels that have rebated or light blocking stiles fitted.
90% of the hinges we use in our factory are white, however they are also available in chrome, brass and antique brass.
These shutter hinges, along with a wide range of DIY Shutter Components are available to buy in our online store
Posted by Hugo Clancy. 29 June 2014