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PVC

PVC

For more details on how to measure and select the options below, see our Plantation Shutter FAQ or you can choose our service to Check Measurements or an At Home Consultation

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FAQs Contents

If you would like help, you can choose our service to Check Measurements or an At Home Consultation

How To Measure

Firstly you need to decide if your shutter is being fitted to the face of the architraves, or within the window reveal.

For more details on specifically how to measure, please see the video above.

Width

Measure the width of the opening that you are fitting your shutter to (for Inside Window Frame), or the outside of the architraves (for Outside Window Frame)

For more details on specifically how to measure, please see the video above.

Height

Measure the width of the opening that you are fitting your shutter to (for Inside Window Frame), or the outside of the architraves (for Outside Window Frame)

For more details on specifically how to measure, please see the video above.

Midrail Height

For Timber: If your height is over 1800mm then please enter your desired Midrail height (measure from bottom of Shutter to middle of desired Midrail height).

For PVC: If your height is over 1600mm then please enter your desired Midrail height (measure from bottom Shutter to middle of desired Midrail height).

Fixing

Inside Window Frame

The shutter is being fitted within the window reveal.

Outside Window Frame

The shutter is being fitted on the face of the architraves.

Louvre Size

64mm Louvres (Slimline)

89mm Louvres (Traditional)

Louvre Rotation Method

Tilt Rod

Open and close your louvres using a vertical rod which runs down the centre of each plantation shutter panel.  

Clearview

Open and close your louvres using the blades only, this means no vertical rod obstructing your view (Preferred Option).

Number of Panels

1 Panel

2 Panels

3 Panels

4 Panels

Configuration of Panels

1 Panel

Right Hand Hinge

Left Hand Hinge

2 Panels

Centre Opening

Left-Post-Left

Right-Post-Right

3 Panels

Left-Post-Left-Post-Right

Left-Post-Right-Post-Right

4 Panels

Left-Post-Left-Right-Post-Right