Our most popular Shutter option is the sustainable plantation Basswood range, which uses furniture grade timber to provide a superior dimensional stable shutter.
Basswood is used as it is durable, resistant to warping, and not easily affected by heat. Basswood panels can be made larger and wider than heavier materials (such as MDF or PVC shutters), with less risk of sagging or blades bowing. In operation, they feel firm and secure, giving a sense of luxury and quality.
This range of beautiful shutters, crafted from genuine timber mouldings, offer great value for money. Laminated and kiln dried to precisely control moisture levels, they are then tested for the extremes of humidity, temperature and accelerated ageing, to deliver a shutter which is strong, durable and extremely stable. While being strong, the shutters remain light allowing them to fold, slide, open and close. Using the latest generation paint system, the shutters are designed to last even in the difficult Australian conditions. Our high quality paint is water-based, odour free, UV resistant, non-toxic, and environmentally friendly.
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Basswood timber shutters are available in four blade sizes, fourteen standard colours and thirteen stunning stained and lacquered tones. Styling includes the choice of a centre tilt rod, an offset control bar or an aluminium control bar, which may be located on either the face or hidden on the reverse side of the panel. With superior cutting and manufacturing technology the shutters have mortise and tenon joints for greater strength. Operation and closure options include Mono Closure with 135 degree blade rotation and closure in the ‘up’ blade position, or Dual Closure with 180 degree blade rotation and closure in the ‘up’ and ‘down’ blade positions. For larger windows, a mid rail is included to allow the top and bottom halves of the shutter to be operated separately, maximising light and privacy control.
This range is designed to be flexible, to be able to suit the needs of most homes, and can be installed in sliding, bi-fold, hinged or fixed panels – making them suitable for door openings, windows, and as room dividers.
Timber Shutters are a statement in any room, providing a unique look of class, sophistication and design. The aesthetic isn’t only internal, shutters look amazing from an external view, creating a feature across the front of a home while giving a high degree of privacy and light control to the user.
Stan Bond has a great range of Shutter options on display at our Campbelltown display centre, only 10 minutes from Adelaide’s CBD. Why not come and visit us to explore the options, or call to have one of our consultants visit you at your home.
Need a shutter in a custom colour? The Stan Bond Basswood shutter range can be painted to any colour, at a small additional fee. Our manufacturing partners are able to digitally match paint colours and make your shutters to the perfect shade for your interior decor.
White Basswood Shutters have been in vogue for a number of years and show no signs of declining. Choosing white creates a beautiful clean look while ensuring the maximum flexibility with interior decor choices and future-proofing your investment.
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Q: HOW LONG WILL MY PLANTATION SHUTTER ORDER TAKE?
The lead time for Plantation Shutters is generally 8-12 weeks from the final measure. This time frame can change over busy periods such as Christmas and Chinese New Year.
Q: HOW MUCH DO BASSWOOD PLANTATION SHUTTERS COST?
The cost of Plantation Shutters is based on the material used and the size of the shutter. Generally, the cost of Plantation Shutters is between $350 to $450 per square meter for PVC or Timber Shutters including installation. Western Red Cedar Shutters and Aluminium Shutters are generally more expensive and range from $450 to $900 per meter square installed.
Q: DO PLANTATION SHUTTERS KEEP OUT THE COLD?
Plantation Shutters are an economic and beautiful insulator from the heat and cold. Shutters help to keep your home a comfortable temperature all year round, which means less need for heating and cooling, therefore lowering your power bill.
Q: ARE PLANTATION SHUTTERS BLOCKOUT?
While Plantation Shutters will block out the majority of light entering a room, they are considered a “room darkening” product rather than full block out. This is because some light may still filter through the blades, even when they are closed.
Q: CAN PLANTATION SHUTTERS BE INSTALLED ON UNIQUE SHAPED WINDOWS?
Yes. Plantation Shutters can be manufactured to almost any window shape. This includes triangles, circles, arches, half circles and raked windows.
Q: WHAT SIZE BLADES ARE AVAILABLE FOR BASSWOOD PLANTATION SHUTTERS?
There are 6 options for Basswood Plantation Shutter blades. Elliptical blades in 47mm, 63mm, 89mm and 114mm or Flat blades in 63mm and 89mm. Elliptical blades are an oval shape whereas Flat blades are a rectangular shape with rounded edges. Elliptical blades are the most common choice, with the size of the blade being determined by the size of the window. Smaller blades are used in smaller spaces and larger blades are used in larger spaces for a more modern look.
Q: WHAT COLOURS ARE BASSWOOD PLANTATION SHUTTERS AVAILABLE IN?
Basswood Plantation Shutters are available in a 13 stains and 14 different paint colours to suit every interior and style. For a custom colour, Basswood Plantation Shutters can be colour matched to most Dulux, Interpon and Wattyl colours with a 2-pack paint smooth gloss finish. All paints and stains are water-based, odour-free, UV resistant, non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
Q: WHAT ARE THE MAXIMUM DIMENSIONS OF A PLANTATION SHUTTER?
Plantation Shutters can be manufactured to suit almost any space. However for larger areas, more panels and support systems will be required.
Q: HOW DO I CLEAN MY PLANTATION SHUTTERS?
Plantation Shutters are easy to clean and maintain. Simply wipe over with a clean, dry microfibre cloth. For any stubborn spots or marks, use a microfibre cloth dampened with warm water. Add a small amount of mild detergent to the warm water if necessary.
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