Roller shutters are mainly installed on the exterior side of the building as they are a secure asset and will protect your property from break-ins. If anyone does try to break in, they will have a harder time breaking through a roller shutter than your front door or shop window. Roller shutters can also be installed internally, in school cafeterias, where dangerous equipment is located or a sensitive area which needs heightened security features.
Here at ADC we can offer a range of shutters from aluminium to steel, in any colour or size.
Benefits of a roller shutter?
- Energy cost effective – not only can roller shutters protect your business, but they can also save you money on your energy bills. “Independent studies verify that closed roller shutters alone can considerably reduce heat loss. When renovating shop fronts simply replacing the windows, doors and roller shutters allow up to 40% savings in heating energy.
- Shutters vs the environment – storms and high winds can often result in broken glass in windows and doors. Installing a roller shutter can help prevent expensive costs of replacing the broken glass and ensure that the building is secure. If you have any broken glass on a public pathway, you’re putting the public at risk of injury and your shop from being vandalised or even broken in to.
- Noise pollution from outside – roller shutters can reduce the noise by up to 50%.
- Light control – roller shutters also give you a huge amount of control over the amount of light that enters the room.
- Convenient for deliveries – roller shutters are an excellent solution for businesses that receive regular deliveries in large warehouses. They are easy to operate and will help you keep a steady flow of traffic. Shutters can be left open for a long period of time and operated by the press of a button.
ADC advise that you should service and maintain your Roller Shutters every 6-12 months.
Call us today for a new shutter or a service contract – 0800 083 8630 or email us on – firstname.lastname@example.org
Most recent installations (March 2021).