Not all shutters are created equal

5 tips for evaluating timber plantation shutters

 

1

It's not only the species. It's what's on the inside that counts.

Highprofile painted timber plantation shutters are 100% Poplar, an even-grained timber measuring 540 on the Janka hardness scale. Often shutters sold as 'Basswood' are Laminated Veneer Lumber or a thin Basswood veneer (30%) around laminated strips of other timbers. Always confirm a timber plantation shutter is 100% of the timber species.

 

2

Hand-selection is key.

One of the key features of a stained timber shutter, is the luxurious look of the natural grain. Our stained Highprofile timber shutters are made from 100% Basswood, which is hand-selected, to ensure even grain appearance every time.

 

3

Not all paints are the same.

Highprofile timber plantation shutters are finished in quality 2-pack polyurethane paint, used in kitchens and high-end cabinetry. Other shutters may be painted with an inferior Nitro Cellulosic paint. Highprofile's 2-pack paint has been developed to last with a flawless finish.

 

4

If it's 100% timber, it's 100% organic and renewable.

Highprofile timber plantation shutters are made from 100% timber, which is recyclable, biodegradable and requires less energy to produce than other inorganic materials. Our unique construction results in a more efficient yield from the tree.

 

5

Can customisation equal the imagination?

Whatever the shape, size, colour, width, or covering, Highprofile timber plantation shutters can be cost-effectively custom ordered. In fact, our Highprofile timber shutter is the true bespoke shutter brand. Your only limitation is your imagination.

 

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KATRINA T

Bald Hills

"I just wanted to thank you for the black shutters which were installed by the lovely Tom yesterday. They look absolutely beautiful & I can't stop smiling when I see or think about them.

I had Tom measure up the front glass area near the doorway yesterday & he suggested a different fitting frame......"

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