Depending on where you live, your street may be lined in Victorian terraces featuring ornate facades with flourishes of fretwork or maybe you call a California bungalow home in Richmond – a style of architecture we unashamedly adopted from America in the 1920s.While we have borrowed many styles from abroad, Melbourne has developed some of its own distinct architecture styles, too. Take the Sunshine State for example, where Queenslander homes, designed and built to suit the warm, tropical climate and flood-prone plains, can be found all over.
Have you ever wondered where your home fits in on the design spectrum? Unless it’s a new build as we may see in booming suburbs including Crigeburn, Tarniet, Clyde and Pankenham or it has been drastically renovated.Whether its a double hung windows, or newer awning/slding windows, single or double glaze, arch or tri-angle windows, we have many years experience dealing with customers to help them not fit shutters perfectly but with color and style to match their existing structure.
Take a look some of our previous jobs in various suburbs, and if you have any question or wish to get some idea how you window will look like with shutters, simply contact us with below form.