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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 Derbyshire offers a local service in and around the area including Derby, Alfreton, Duffield, Ashbourne and Repton.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Due to the various regeneration projects throughout the city, there are a number of property styles on offer in Derby, from terraces and bungalows to conversions and apartments, all of which are suited to highly versatile window shutters.
As well as providing a unique style statement, plantation shutters offer a number of practical benefits such as ease of maintenance, external noise reduction, and excellent light control.
Get in touch today to book a free, no obligation appointment where we’ll survey your windows, provide interior design advice and give you a competitive quote. Every shutter is made-to-measure for a perfect fit, no matter what size or shape of your window.
There has never been a better time to invest in your home with plantation window shutters which can add value to your property as well as improving your kerb appeal!
A city with a mixed background, it is unclear whether the name Derby is a derivation of the Latin ‘Derventio’, named after the original Roman fort, or ‘Djúra-bý’, a Viking term meaning “Village of the Deer”.
The area has held a central part in British history, playing a role in the English Civil War, the Jacobite uprising, and the Industrial Revolution, when the city became the site of the first water powered silk mill in England. Throughout the 20th Century, Derby continued to be upgraded, with many homes being built as part of council estates that were developed from the 1930s onwards.
Rolls-Royce and Toyota, two of the largest brands in the automotive industry, continue to have sizeable manufacturing plants on the outskirts of the city. Other notable employers in Derby include Bombardier Transportation, Alstom, and Royal Crown Derby, known for producing fine quality porcelain and tableware.
There are a number of notable landmarks in Derby, such as the city’s Cathedral, which dates back to the 14th Century, although the site was used as a place of Christian worship as far back as AD 943. There are several museums celebrating the city’s industrial heritage, and the Derbyshire County Gaol, which has been recently turned into a visitor attraction, celebrating the more macabre history of the area.