My Windows Are Too High Up!

My Windows Are Too High Up!

At Plantation Shutters, very often we are told by our customers that they would like to have more shutters installed but some of their windows are too high up or they are an awkward shape.

At first, they think those windows cannot be covered with plantation shutters until we explain and show some of the jobs we have already done in hard to reach and unusually shaped windows.

The second concern understandably is once the shutters are installed, how can they open and close them? Here is an ideal solution for it...

Telescopic Poles

Telescopic poles

But if you want to have control of the louvres and the shutter panels a telescopic pole is the ideal option for you. It extends up to 1930mm and has a shaped rubber end, perfect for getting between the slats to control them without damaging anything.

If you have any doubts or need related help just drop me a message. You can visit our optional extras page for more information.

Comments

Submitted by Nigel Healey on

Hi, I am interested in the telescopic pole for a high plantation shutter. How much are these and do you ship to Australia? I can't seem to find anything like!e this locally

Submitted by Lucy on

Hi, I am interested in the telescopic pole for a high plantation shutter. How much are these and do you ship to Australia?

Submitted by andre.armacollo on

Hi there, we sell them here in our London ofiice but unfortunately we can only deliver it to UK Mainland. To find more about the price, please call us on 020 8871 9222 or email us at hello@plantation-shutters.co.uk. Thank you!

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Customer Reviews

This is the third time I have used this company and I can highly recommend them and have done so several times to friends in the past. From the initial order placement through to installation every thing went exactly as planned.

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