Bay window shutters act like a piece of furniture on these set of windows. Architects use bay windows to enhance the appearance of a room and provide it with more character. Bays provide a larger physical living space within a room and are more light efficient. This is why shutters are quickly becoming the most popular window furnishing for bay window installations across Scotland.
Bay windows, by their nature, have a larger run of windowpanes, potentially letting more heat out. By installing bay window shutters you are creating an added barrier against heat loss and therefore providing a more efficient level of insulation. Shutters also help provide a cooler living area during the summer months by blocking out the direct sun whilst allowing airflow through the operable louvre’s, hence protecting any leather or wooden furniture from the sun light.
Our Shutter Showrooms at Glasgow, Motherwell & East Kilbride are Open 7 days and are the biggest displays for Shutters in Scotland ! Well worth a visit to physically operate and look at these stunning pieces of furniture. INTEREST FREE OPTIONS AVAILABLE !
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