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Security Plantation Shutters

New to the UK, Rhino Shutters - a security plantation shutters combining the fashionable elegance of plantation shutters with the robustness of burglar bars.

Plantation shutters have become increasingly popular as a stylish and practical way to dress windows in our homes in recent years. However, as the standard shutters are made of wood or vinyl, they only provide privacy from peeping eyes not real security. The alternatives for vulnerable windows and doors are ugly burglar bars, grilles or roller shutter doors.

With Rhino Shutters you can now secure your windows with a beautiful shutter. 


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Securing your home

Most homes have vulnerable windows and doors in basements, on the ground floor or near flat roofs. Burglars are mainly opportunists and will choose easy targets where entrances are unprotected or left ajar. By installing external or internal security plantation shutters, intruders will be deterred from even trying to break-in.

Rhino Shutters can be installed internally where any wooden shutter, security grill, blind or curtain could go. But as they are made from rust-free aluminium and steel, they can also be employed outside – for example across patio and bifold doors.

The shutters are manufactured in South Africa, a country where home security is a top priority.

More Info

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Shutter details

Rhino Shutters are manufactured entirely from aluminium and stainless steel and have a patented key lock mechanism.

  • Full height bifolding doors in tracks or 4-sided frames
  • 89mm louvres which can be tilted even when the doors are locked
  • Hidden tilt rods
  • White or brown as standard, with RAL colours available
  • Working towards APCO endorsement in the UK


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How to buy

These are bespoke made-to-measure shutters put together just for your situation to ensure the best levels of security. Contact us for details of your nearest supplier who can provide a full survey, along with expert installation service across the UK. 

If you are interested in becoming an installer, please contact us.

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