A win­dow treat­ment that looks great, is durable and works per­fectly to pro­tect your fam­ily — why not?

Home & Decor (Singapore) - - NOW -

When de­sign­ing your home, plan with safety in mind. For fam­i­lies with young chil­dren, en­sure that win­dows have grilles to pre­vent po­ten­tial fall­ing ac­ci­dents.

For most, pri­vacy is a key con­cern. Opt for win­dow shut­ters, which work sim­i­larly to grilles, pro­vid­ing pri­vacy and sun­shad­ing for the home, while still look­ing stylish! Sun­leaf Shut­ters an­swers some of ques­tions about this op­tion:

What are the ben­e­fits of hav­ing win­dow shut­ters?

Aside from con­ve­nience — since you can save the has­sle of sep­a­rately in­stalling win­dow grilles, films, cur­tains or blinds — win­dow shut­ters are also eye-catch­ing fea­tures for the home.

Main­te­nance is easy, too. Sim­ply wipe with a damp cloth to pre­vent dust from ac­cu­mu­lat­ing.

How do win­dow shut­ters pro­vide pri­vacy in the home?

With ad­justable shut­ter pan­els, neigh­bours won’t be able to peek into your home. Yet, it doesn’t com­pro­mise your views of your sur­round­ings — it’s all about the an­gle of el­e­va­tion of the pan­els.

How does it work as a safety bar­rier?

Sun­leaf Shut­ters’ range comes with op­tions of key locks and latches. These safety fea­tures en­sure the win­dows are al­ways se­cured.

How much does it cost?

The price for fit­ting out your HDB home ranges from $7,000 to $12,000. In com­par­i­son, the cost of in­stalling cur­tains, blinds, grilles and win­dow film can amount to be­tween $4,000 and $6,000. De­spite the higher price for win­dow shut­ters, some home­own­ers pre­fer its pre­mium qual­ity and look.

You can be as­sured of the dura­bil­ity and time­less­ness of Sun­leaf Shut­ters’ range of win­dow shut­ters that are made of solid, dense Amer­i­can wood with qual­ity stain­less steel hinges.

Make an ap­point­ment to visit the Sun­leaf Shut­ters show­room at #01-12A The Heren­cia, 46 Kim Yam Road, or www.sun­leaf­shut­

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