Shuttercraft is transforming homes throughout areas of the West Midlands, and you’ll be pleased to hear that one of our experts is available right here in Coventry.
If you’re thinking of investing in a new look for your home, why not give your local Shuttercraft a call today to book a free home appointment.
We take the burden of getting the right interior window shutters to suit both your tastes and home designs. At Shuttercraft we offer free home appointments, with no obligation to buy, to show you a range of samples, provide advice and carry out a detailed survey. Shuttercraft Warwick offers a local service in and around the area including Warwick, Coventry, Rugby and Straford-upon-Avon.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Property styles in Coventry vary greatly, as the city was greatly affected by the Blitz, meaning that many buildings and homes were built in the years following the Second World War. Being a large centre of industry for many years also filled the city with cheaper accommodation such as flats and maisonettes.
Without relying on pushy sales techniques, or pressure to buy, we are trusted throughout the area to supply and fit only premium quality shutters and blinds. Helping you get a look and feel that matches your vision, Shuttercraft will transform your home with shutters that provide excellent light control, and insulation against heat and sound loss.
Whether you’re looking for full height in Foleshill, café style in Coundon or wardrobe shutters in Whitley, or anywhere in the area nearby there is a shutter style to suit your tastes with your local Shuttercraft.
One of the industrial heartlands of the UK, the city of Coventry is the second largest in the West Midlands region, coming in behind the expanse of Birmingham. Since the 14th century, Coventry has been a centre of commerce and industry for the surrounding areas, being important in the cloth trade, and developing into vehicle manufacture.
One of the cities worst affected by German bombing raids in the Blitz, Coventry’s Cathedral was devastated, and the new building , sitting alongside the ruins of the old, is a continuous reminder of the area’s troubled past. Areas such as Spon Street, full of mediaeval buildings such as The Weaver’s House.
One of the first countries in the world to be “twinned” with another, Coventry is now paired with 26 different places across the globe. Following the second world war, the city experienced an influx of people from overseas, and the vibrant multicultural and global feel continues to this day.
With theatres, sports clubs, universities, museums, and things such as the Two Tone musical phenomenon, Coventry is a vibrant city home to many different property styles. The perfect city for reinventing your interiors with shutters!
Take A4053, A444 and A46 to Coventry Rd/A429 in Warwickshire. Take the exit for A429 from A46
12 min (9.3 mi)
Head north on Ringway Rudge/A4053 towards Exit 8
Continue to follow A4053
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Ringway Swanswell/A4053
Continue to follow A4053
Use the left 2 lanes to take the slip road to M1 South/M40/Rugby/A45/Warwick/A46/Technology Park/Coventry Airport/Whitley
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto London Rd/A4114
Slight left onto A444
Use the right 2 lanes to turn slightly right to stay on A444
Continue onto A46
Take the A429 exit towards Warwick
Drive to Smith St/A429 in Warwick
7 min (2.1 mi)
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Coventry Rd/A429
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on Coventry Rd/A429
Turn right onto St Johns/A429/A445
Continue to follow A429
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Castle Hill/A425
Turn right onto Smith St/A429