PVC Planatation Shutters are now Made Locally!
Types of Shutters
At the moment, ACA Shutters & Blinds offers three types of plantation shutters
Interested in Plantation Shutters?
Granted, window treatments are not cheap, but you can give your windows a distinctly noble look. Plantation Shutters are everything a homeowner could want when they have a window treatment, and it’s easy to see why. Apart from their appearance and value, one of the best parts of Plantation Shutter is that they are incredibly easy to clean and keep clean, and they will keep a great look for many years to come, making them a perfect choice for any home or business in Melbourne.
Flawless fit, finish and function. At ACA Shutters & Blinds, our plantation shutters products give your home a custom look and enhance the character of your home. From sleek, modern styles to rustic, mountain-inspired options, the product remains timeless appeal and beauty that will complement any decor or style.
PVC Plantation Shutters
PVC Plantation Shutters an attractive look at an attractive price ACA Shutters & Blinds’ PVC Shutter product line gives your home the elegant look of plantation shutters at a price point that fits within your budget. ACA Shutters & Blinds provides locally manufactured PVC plantation shutters, fastest delivered in 1-2 weeks.
Constructed using the smartest synthetic material on the market, Poly shutters are sturdy and long-lasting and are perfect for areas prone to moisture like bathrooms or garages. And, you get all of the benefits of being a ACA Shutters & Blinds client – professional in-home sales consultation, top-notch installation, and our superior customer service. Ask us about the PVC Plantation Shutters which is currently >>ON SALE<< today. Read more about PVC Plantation Shutters, Design options & Past Projects
Timber Plantation Shutters
Alternatively, you can also choose to invest in a timeless classic with our Timber Shutters. These shutters are crafted from hand-selected Pine Grade C or better and are available in unlimited colour choices and unique finishes.
Timber shutters with its custom made colours give diversify of shutters suits different home decoration, wooden shutters, faux wood shutters, white shutters, black shutters and custom colours service lets you match to almost any shade. Hinged Shutters, Sliding Shutters, Bi-fold Shutters, Tier on Tier Shutters, Cafe Style Shutters, Solid Shutters and Shaped Shutters etc meet different market requirement. Read more about Timber Plantation Shutters
Plantation Shutters FAQ
Installation costs vary depending on the shutter style and material you select. The cost of your interior shutter project will also be based on the number of windows you’re having interior shutters installed on.
ACA Shutters Blinds associates are available to answer any questions you may have regarding price. Set-up a free in-home consultation or call us for more information.
Yes. From casements to awnings, bays and bows, interior shutters can be installed on any type of window. No matter your need, our installation professionals will help you get the proper fit for your space.
Yes, plantation shutters are a great choice when you need extra insulation in a room. These shutters have thicker slats than traditional blinds, making it easier to keep sunlight out and cool air in during warmer months. In winter, they can often keep cold air out and heat in as well.
ACA Shutters & Blinds has a wide variety of custom shutters that can meet your decor preferences, maintenance needs, and budget. For instance, our Timber shutters are made of furniture-quality hardwoods, and come in many different colors and stains to match your living space. Poly-engineered or faux wood shutters look and feel like real wood. They are highly durable and require minimal maintenance. Regardless of whether you’re looking for classic plantation shutters or a more contemporary look, ACA Shutters & Blinds will help you create a unique atmosphere for you home.
Furthermore, to get to know the difference of each kind in detail please read: Plantation Shutters: Wood vs. Plastic vs. Insulite