The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) presents lockable plantation
shutters made from marine grade aluminium and able to withstand both weather
and water exposure.
ATDC’s premium grade Security365 lockable plantation shutters come with a
weather- and water-resistant natural anodised finish, allowing their
installation in damp, moist and wet areas of the home such as bathroom windows
adjacent to taps, washbasins and showers as well as kitchen windows right alongside
These lockable plantation shutters can be installed on the exterior of a
building, completely exposed to the elements with no threat of degradation from
the sun, wind, or rain. The plantation shutters will not warp, crack, shrink or
fade from continuous exposure to the harsh outdoor environment. The professional
ultra violet resistant powder-coated finish protects and enhances the longevity
of the shutters.
Buyers of Security365lockable plantation shutters can also choose from ATDC’s extensive range of
Dulux powder-coated finishes to get a finished product that blends in with the
colour scheme of their home or business.
These are just a few of the many lifestyle benefits of ATDC’s world
class Security365 lockable plantation shutters, now sold widely across both
Sydney and Melbourne with plans to expand into Australia’s remaining capital
Key lifestyle benefits also include fire safety, privacy and shade as
well as an innovative detachable flyscreen to keep pesky mosquitoes and flies out.
A bi-folding multi-track option allows the lockable plantation shutters to fold
back to a negligible compact storage size to be almost invisible while allowing
the views to be preserved. Adjustable louvers will allow the user to control the
extent of breeze, light, sunshine or privacy they require inside the room.
Features such as a patented multi-point locking mechanism, full metal
frame and reinforced metal blades make ATDC’s Security365
lockable plantation shutters a high security solution for the home or business.
For more information, contact ATDC on 1800657435 or visit ATDC’s website