When deciding whether to use curtains or curtains in your home, it's very unlikely you've ever considered plantation shutters. In fact, it's unlikely that you know what plantation shutters are, even though you will definitely see them in action.
The plantation window design allows the blades to be adjusted to control airflow and light. This is very useful in hot climates where airflow keeps the room cool while the blades keep heat and light too.
Also known as grating and jalousie, aluminium plantation shutters can be specially made and sized to fit almost all windows and even doors. While the basic designs of these shutters have been around since the Middle Ages, they got their name from the fact that they are widely used and plantation houses.
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These houses rarely have glass windows so plantation estates are used, because they can be closed to prevent rain in bad weather and reopened when the sun and burning the cake back for ventilation.
While your home will probably have glass windows and hence there is no need for such practicality, the flexibility of the plantation shutter and various designs make it ideal for creating features and enhancing the decor in the room you choose and, of course, will still help prevent the lights when you want.
A standard window usually covers the entire window with a bar in the middle to open and close the bar. In a wide window or door, they will be hinged so that they can be pushed sideways to allow full access.