Window shutters date back to Tudor England and were originally designed as a cost-effective alternative for glass. Glass back then being a luxury item necessitated for people to find new ways to construct their windows, and thus you would often find that the top half of a window was glass, the lower half would be made up of two solid timber shutters which could be opened to let in more light and air.
The shutters we know and love today actually have their origins in colonial America and, as the name suggests, featured prominently on the houses of cotton plantations.
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The team at the showroom have done such a fantastic job of recreating the original windows and the installation process was simple! Their attention to detail is meticulous and honestly, I wish I had known about them the first-time round!
0121 427 8800
36a Northfield Road, Harborne,
Birmingham B17 0SU
No.4 Park Street, Leamington Spa,
Warwickshire, CV32 4QN
The Harborne Sash Window Company. Registered in England and Wales. Company No.OC358204 | VAT No.947302227