WHAT ARE SHUTTER AND FIXTURES?
Shutters are a solid and stable window covering usually consisting of a frame of vertical stiles and horizontal rails. These are commonly used for controlling the amount of sunlight that enters a room, to provide privacy, security, and to enhance the aesthetics of a building.
WHAT IS THE INSTALLATION PROCESS OF SHUTTER AND FIXTURES?
Shutters are a very traditional component and far less common in the construction of modern houses. Shutters are ordinarily used as a way of replicating traditional architecture.
Usually these are joinery manufactured product that will fixed at the 1st fix stage to enable wall finishes to be finished flush with the shutter box than later covered with an architrave moulding.
The basic arrangement will consist of a window board as the base, a head panel and two splayed box sections for sides that incorporate the closing shutter door panels. When the shutters are open it leaves a neatly panelled splayed window reveal.
Payne Carpentry have extensive experience in the many types of shutters and fixtures. We manage our clients’ needs by providing time and cost saving solutions by carrying out the following compulsory works procedures as part of our standard service.
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