The right bar counter shutter can transform your home, giving you an exclusive retreat or an updated look to match with any decor. We have a wide range of options in various styles and finishes so that you can find one that suits your taste and budget.

The first consideration when choosing your bar counter shutter is what type of windows you have, as this will determine the style of shutters you need. If you have large double glazed windows, then you can select the traditional style of shutter that is available in our range. If, however, your windows are small single glazed units then we recommend selecting the contemporary style of shutter as these look fantastic when fitted to the front of smaller windows.

The second thing you need to decide is what size bar counters you want for your home. You can choose from small bar counters for small spaces, or medium-sized bar counters for larger rooms. If you have a large living room or kitchen area then you might want something larger than average like medium-sized bar counters.

If you have sliding doors then it’s important to check that they slide smoothly along their runners and do not stick when opening and closing. A smooth glide between door and runner is essential for a good experience when opening and closing the door.

As well as considering style, size and finish, you should also consider the material from which your bar counter shutters are made. The most common materials used today are PVCu (polyvinyl chloride) and aluminium (aluminium composite).

There are many different types of bar counter shutters available on the market today. While some are made specifically for use on windows, others can be used on doors as well. Some of these come in different sizes and shapes – such as those that wrap around doors – while others are more rectangular in shape.

You’ll want to consider how much area you want covered by your bar counter shutter before making a purchase decision. If you have an open window in your kitchen or other room where people might walk through it regularly, then you may want to go with something like a window screen that covers more space than one that only covers partway across the window opening.

Bar shutters from Qsec create perfect balance between security and display. You can find some of their products here https://www.qsec.co.uk/product-category/security-roller-shutters/bar-counter-shutters/.