Shuttercraft’s expansive network spans the length and breadth of the UK, including right here in Andover. Which means you’re you’re just a phone-call away from transforming the spaces you love.
So call your local Shuttercraft expert today and take the first step to a stylish new look for your home.
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 Winchester offers a local service in and around the area including Andover, Winchester, Salisbury and the New Forest.
Shutters for windows by Shuttercraft. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary or more classic look we have a style to suit every window.
Whether you are looking for window coverings to suit a contemporary or a classic style of interior, then look no further than your local Shuttercraft. If you are living in Andover, then we can help you choose the shutter styles that make the most of your space.
We’re trusted by people in the Andover area to provide a friendly service, fitting made-to-measure shutters and blinds that complement their windows and interiors.
Providing a degree of insulation when closed, shutters are a practical window covering that is easy to clean and maintain, adding a touch of class to any space.
As well as being a perfect finish for windows, shutters also work well as room dividers, coverings for glass doors, or providing ventilation for built-in wardrobes.
Built around the banks of the River Anton, which joins the River Test just south of the town, Andover has a rich and varied history stretching back as far as the Saxon period, when King Edred built a royal hunting lodge in the area.
Due to the prominence of the river in the town, watermills have played an important part in Andover’s history, with six being identified in the Domesday Book. The Town Mills pub and Rooksbury Mill still survive to this day, providing links to the town’s past. There is still a large flour mill close to the railway station, although this is not powered by the river.
There is a diverse range of employers based in Andover, notably tea wholesaler Twinings, lift manufacturers Stannah and insurance company Simplyhealth. The town also has an association with the military, with bases in nearby Wallop, Tidworth and Ludgershall, although there is no presence within Andover itself.
A market town for much of its history, Andover has adapted and altered many of its older buildings, rather than replacing them. Many newer properties have also been built since the town was joined to the West of England Main Line to London, leading to rapid expansion in the mid 20th century. This diversity of window shapes and sizes has led to an increasing interest in window shutters among the residents of the town.