The Stan Bond Composite Synthetic PVC Shutter provides a range of features and benefits not available in a Timber Shutter. Beneath the smooth and beautiful lustre of our PVC synthetic shutter is a near indestructible core, capable of taking whatever your busy lifestyle can dish up.
PVC shutters use an advanced synthetic engineered material, designed specifically to cope with moisture, heat and UV rays, without peeling, warping, denting or chipping. This makes it suitable to wet or high traffic areas – places where Timber Shutters might not be the best option. However, the disadvantage of the PVC shutter, due to weight restrictions, limits them to narrower panels and a smaller maximum size.
Presenting a sleek, high quality appearance, available in five fashion colours, PVC synthetic shutters have been engineered to hold their shape without warping or sagging. Their insulating qualities against noise, cold and heat are excellent – you will also benefit from the longevity and environmental benefits of quality synthetic material.
Need a shutter in a custom colour? The Stan Bond PVC and 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.
PVC Shutters are perfect for bathrooms and laundries, where higher humidity could be absorbed and cause damage to a traditional timber shutter.
5/5 Nicole Richards
Posted by Nicole Richards on March 1, 2018
My whole house has wooden plantation shutters, and this makes my place more elegant and breezy. However, the shutters in my bathroom started warping due to moisture. I replaced them with PVC shutters from Stan Bond, and I am so happy I did. They are the same shade as the other shutters in the house, so they don’t stick out like a sore thumb. Even if I had to pay a little more to get the color I wanted, it was worth it because my home can retain it’s beautiful and elegant overall theme. Thank you, Stan Bond.
5/5 Alexandra Gall
Posted by Alexandra Gall on February 11, 2018
Stan Bond recommended that I mix PVC plantation shutters with timber shutters to compensate for the limited width per panel of the plantation shutters and I was so happy with the results. My home windows have never really looked amazing, and now I got the best of both worlds. Thank you.
5/5 Brayden Cecil
Posted by Brayden Cecil on February 3, 2018
I highly recommend this for homes that are highly exposed to moisture and sun. I didn’t believe it at first, but I know firsthand that these PVC shutters can definitely handle the heat.