Right on the outskirts of East London, you will find the London Borough of Bexley which borders with Bromley and Greenwich. The borough is within the Thames Gateway. Bexley is known as one of the safest boroughs in London and is a prime spot for families and retired couples for its leafy quite beauty.
We are constantly on the search to help people make their house that little bit more their own with the addition of our interior window shutters. With a mixture of family homes and complexes of apartments with bay windows that look in on family living rooms and standard windows that are a staple part of these structures making up the area. With this, of course, is a need for privacy from nosey on-lookers. On top of this, there are constantly new homes and apartments being built up so with this there’s a need for help with light and how it’s accessed while adding some beautiful wooden shutters to get your neighbours a little jealous.
On top of this, it’s an area in constant development, attracting new business for us every day to take up a spot and get to work. The borough is packed with some of the best up and coming schools in the entire city. It’s popular for its’ access to boundless country air. Something many Londoners forget actually exists. Since the area started to bloom with families, so has the amount going on in the area for families to get involved with.
Bexley is surrounded by beautiful gardens and historic homes such as Red House, Hall Place, Lesnes Abbey, Foots Cray Meadows and High Elms Country Park. Being a largely family populated area there plenty of outdoor activities to keep your children occupied. Such as locally created get-togethers as well as an abundance of restaurants, gig venues and cinemas to see your latest favourite acts perform or heroes fight to save the day.
Unlike many other London boroughs that date back thousands of years, most of Bexley remained practically unoccupied until the 1800s. It wasn’t until London began to rapidly spread outwards and the borough began to become largely popular, although even now many of the smaller urban centres there feel very distinct and individual. A few towns around the world have been named after the ancient village of Bexley. There’s the Town of Bexley in Ohio, USA, a suburb in Sydney, Australia and also a suburb in Christchurch, New Zealand. Quite a few notable people lived in Bexley over the years including Welsh-born author Roald Dahl moved to Bexley in 1927 until 1934. Also, perfumer and businesswoman Jo Malone was raised in a council flat in Bexleyheath, Rock legend from Led Zeppelin John Paul Jones and EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa along with many others.
If you look to our news page, you’ll be able to see endless examples of how we’ve helped many people throughout the Bexley area as well as far beyond the borough with their windows. Have a look at a few examples of this in our shutter gallery.
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