Shuttercraft’s UK-wide network is closer to home than you think. Right here in Chelmsford you’re just a phone-call away from an expert who’ll help you create the stylish spaces you’ve been looking for.
So take the first step towards realizing your vision and call your local Shuttercraft today.
We help make light work of choosing the right interior window shutters for your home, offering free, no obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote.
Shuttercraft Chelmsford offers a local service in and around the county including Braintree, Great Baddow and Sawbridgworth.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
One of the many benefits of plantation shutters is they complement all styles of property in Chelmsford, from Victorian town houses to modern apartments.
Bay windows are notoriously difficult to dress and look stunning both inside and out with café style or tier-on-tier shutters. Not only do they offer ultimate flexibility and privacy from passers-by, they also add to your kerb appeal! Modern windows can look sleek and elegant with full height shutters .
Many new developments in the city have led to several contemporary apartment buildings, with other housing areas and urban villages still under construction. We can fit shutters to most windows, including special shapes, and they add a real style statement, whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look.
At Shuttercraft, we only supply and fit premium products at competitive prices. Contact us today to arrange a free, no obligation survey and consultation with no pushy sales tactics – that’s our ‘no hard sell’ promise.
Officially made a city in 2012 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, Chelmsford is located on the banks of two rivers, the Can and the Chelmer, which join form the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation, running to the sea at nearby Maldon.
Formerly a large town, the city has had a varied history, officially being granted a market charter in 1199, although archaeological surveys in the area indicated that the site had previously seen Neolithic settlements, and a Roman fort named Caesaromagus was built on the banks of the river Can in the year 60.
Chelmsford has long maintained an important centre of English commerce, with the canal system providing strong transport links for the milling and malting industries since its opening in 1797.
The modern economic climate of the city includes a number of enterprise businesses specialising in the technology sector, and acting as a hub of employment, it is unique in that the number of “in” commuters almost matches the number of workers travelling to central London on a daily basis. Serviced by three retail parks, and two shopping centres, Chelmsford is also a popular centre of retail in East Anglia.