Weston Shutters are our Most Popular Type of Shutter.
Weston Shutters are highly durable and these engineered shutters are very dense with no grain patterns which gives them more weight than natural woods enhancing their strength. When you combine the strength of the product with the saving in cost over natural wood options, its easy to see why this product is so popular.
Our Weston Shutters come with a thick polymer coating as opposed to a painted finish. This means that the product requires very little maintenance and is unlikely to get marked or scratched through everyday use.
Affordable Option: Weston MDF Shutters offer a cost-effective alternative to solid wood shutters, making them a popular choice for budget-conscious homeowners.
MDF Frames: The frames of these shutters are constructed using MDF, which provides stability and resistance to warping or bowing. MDF is a reliable material that ensures the shutters maintain their shape and functionality over time.
Versatile Design: Weston MDF Shutters come in various styles, finishes, and louvre sizes, allowing you to customize them to suit your specific preferences and complement your interior decor.
Moisture Resistant: MDF is naturally resistant to moisture, making these shutters suitable for areas with higher humidity, such as bathrooms and kitchens. They can withstand exposure to moisture without compromising their structural integrity.
Easy Maintenance: These shutters are easy to clean and maintain. Simply wipe them down with a damp cloth to remove dust or dirt, keeping them looking fresh and beautiful with minimal effort.
Light Control and Privacy: Weston MDF Shutters provide excellent light control and privacy options. You can easily adjust the louvres to regulate the amount of natural light entering the room, as well as maintain privacy by closing the shutters completely.
Energy Efficiency: The MDF frames of these shutters offer insulation benefits, helping to improve the energy efficiency of your home. They can help to reduce heat loss during colder months and heat gain during warmer months, potentially saving on heating and cooling costs.