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We help make light work of choosing the right interior window shutters for your home, offering free, no obligation appointments when you can see our range of samples, obtain expert advice and get a survey for a competitive quote. Shuttercraft Suffolk offers a local service in and around the county including Stowmarket, Ipswich and Colchester.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Internal shutters give excellent privacy and light control, and would help reduce fading of your furniture and fabrics.
Adding a layer to your windows, shutters provide additional insulation and exterior noise reduction. As they are all made-to-measure, a perfect fit is assured, even for unusual shaped windows.
Whether you live in Stowmarket itself, or the surrounding area, you can rest assured that there is a shutter just for you.
Contact your local Shuttercraft and discover some of the best window shutters Stowmarket has to offer.
We make light work of helping choose the right shutters for your home, priding ourselves on the high standards of service we maintain.
The small town of Stowmarket is situated right at the heart of Suffolk, lying on the main railway line from London to Norwich, as well as the River Gipping. In Old English, the word “stow” meant ‘principal place’ and in 1347 was first granted a market charter by the then King Edward III, completing the town’s name. The market continues to this day.
For a number of years, Stowmarket was of the main producers of malt in the UK, and a canal allowed the maltsers of the town to sell their products in Ipswich and on to London by sea. Due to the railway, the canal declined in popularity, and was closed in 1934.
The town continues to grow in popularity, due to continued development at the north of Stowmarket. There are a number of period buildings and local landmarks such as Haughley Park and Museum of East Anglian Life. The town is also home to the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts, named after the popular BBC DJ who lived in the area.