When you install plantation window shutters in your home, you know what you’re in for great looks, fantastic light control, and great insulation for a comfortable home. But what if something unexpected happens, like when you need to replace a window? What needs to happen to your blinds?
Fortunately, we can help. Here’s what you need to know about blinds and window replacement.
WINDOW SHUTTER Made Simple
Perhaps the most common question about blinds and Window Shutters replacement is whether you can replace windows without getting rid of the blinds. The answer in almost every single case is yes, you can! A set of plantation shutters will rarely get in the way of a window replacement, and in those cases, it’s easy to separate them from the window frame and reattach them after the replacement.
There may be a special case where your replacement windows could interfere with plantation shutters, such as when you are installing casement windows. If that’s the case, you don’t have to say goodbye to your blinds just yet – our blind fitters can help you come up with a solution that adapts to the new style, whether it’s a different frame or replacing the bracket on your blinds.
To replace windows with shutters
Why do you want to replace your windows? If your window is broken or starting to crack, that’s understandable. But what if you’re looking for a new window just because you want better insulation or a better-looking window?
In that case, you might need an effective window treatment. A great insulating window treatment, such as Plywood faux wood shutters or honeycomb cell shades, can improve your temperature control better than almost any double-glazed window. And no matter what kind of luxury window you buy, it’s all just glass and a frame that looks identical to the casual observer. With something like blinds, you can completely redo the look of your windows with much less hassle.
Additionally, investing in shutters is a more valuable investment in your home because it is an architectural feature that adds real value to your entire home. Some homeowners are under the impression that installing shutters requires you to replace windows, frames, or trim with specialty replacements. This is not the case.
Even if your windows have a unique shape or control mechanism, or tilt or open a certain way, Sunburst can design blinds that will work perfectly in tandem with your window setup. From a unique bracket that accentuates your existing trim to custom cutouts that make room for a window handle, there’s no extra work needed on your windows when you install shutters.
Shutters in a different light
Because we only supply premium, custom-made S: CRAFT shutters, we can confidently say that their aesthetic appeal is complemented by rock-solid durability.
Perfect light control
Our blinds are designed so that each panel can be independently adjusted to temper the light exactly to your liking. They give you complete control over your home, so you don’t have to risk faded fabrics, draw curtains or move from where you’re sitting because the sun is in the wrong place!
Privacy when you need it
Each panel can be individually closed to let light in but unwanted attention out. Close the bottom panels for privacy, but let in light from the top panels. Ideal for bedrooms, bathrooms, and windows facing the street.