So here we are Monday 2nd of August and unfortunately we have to mention the Christmas word...due to Global Demand and Shipping Delays worldwide we have been informed by our Shutter Supplier that the cut off point for GUARANTEED Christmas installation is Monday 23rd of August.
This is for Shutters only and not Blinds.
MDF is an acronym for Medium Density Fibreboard. In other words, MDF is an engineered composite wood, made by using wood fibres and bonding them together with resin. MDF manufacturing involves pressing and drying the wood fibres, making them more compact and dense, and therefore more stable. As a result, an MDF board will stand changes in heat and humidity much better than Hardwood.
We are absolutely Stoked to be awarded Blind Specialists of the Year from The South Of England Prestige Award 2020. A huge thanks to all our staff and customers for making it all possible in such difficult circumstances. We are now so proud to say Phoenix Blinds And Shutters Award Winning Buisness.
Steve Green was a Phoenix Blinds customer several years ago and we were delighted to see him return to us when he was looking for another set of plantation style shutters for another room in his victorian home in Fareham. It was a lovely semi-detached house with large bay windows at the front, both at ground floor and first floor levels. Steve was clearly someone with an eye for design and detail, and whose careful and diligent approach to decoration had resulted in a beautiful home.
Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial to your health and well being. Not getting enough sleep can have a negative impact health increasing rising your chances of obesity, heart disease and diabetes. Most adults need between 7 and 9 hours of sleep a night to feel good and research shows that 1 in 3 of us fail to get this. If it’s a case of sunlight waking you up too early in the morning or even preventing your getting an early night then blackout blinds could help.......
As Spring approaches and spring cleaning begins in earnest, it’s time to ready your conservatory for the warmer, lighter days ahead.
Your conservatory may have been overlooked during the winter months but in the spring and summer these spaces really come into their own. A conservatory can be a wonderful, well-used, space in the spring and summer time. However the amount of glass in a conservatory can mean that the heat from the sun can be intensified and the space can become too hot and bright. A simple way to ensure you can be comfortable all year round is to install specialist conservatory blinds to help regulate the light and the temperature of your conservatory.......
It takes potential buyers just 8 seconds to decide whether they like or dislike your property.
If you are looking to sell your home or even have it valued this year first impressions count! Kerb appeal can be worth almost 10% of your home’s value so it’s worth sprucing up the front of your home before letting agents and buyers view it. It takes potential buyers just eight seconds to decide whether they like or dislike your property.
Cleaning your windows and front door is a must along with any weeding and sweeping that needs to be done at the front of your property to help contribute to a great first impression.
Treat yourself to a stylish new year with upto 30% off the RRP on Shutter orders from today 26th December until 14th February 2019. Book your home visit now as we know that this offer will be in high demand.
Shutters offer the perfect way to dress your windows adding insulation, light control and privacy to your homes.
With our wide range - you can choose shutters in a range of colours and finishes to complement your home perfectly.
As the nights draw in we need a bit of joy in our lives to keep us feeling cosy rather than just plain old cold.
This is where the Danish concept of Hygge (or huuga as it is pronounced) comes in. The Danes are experts in finding and celebrating the joys of winter and in 2018 they were ranked the third happiest nation by the UN in their World Happiness report......
The beauty of plantation shutters is that they help to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Because they are made of wood, they are naturally insulating and therefore protect your windows from heat loss in the winter whilst offering shade and protection from the solar heat gain in the summer. They are much thicker than curtains and offer better insulation in the winter as well as better air circulation, thereby minimising the risk of condensation. In homes with poor air circulation, curtains can end up damp and affected by mildew in the winter.