Picking the Right Metal Shutter
Metal security shutters have a few basic components: the slat curtain, guide channels, and the box that houses the shaft assembly and motor (if electrically operated). Keep in mind four key categories when selecting which slat you want: size, budget, security, and vision level. Whatever metal shutter requirements you have, the Roché team will guide you to the best solution.
When it comes to selecting materials, metal security shutters can be manufactured from two main options: steel or aluminium. Steel security shutters have a galvanised finish as standard. Aluminium security shutters are typically available in a variety of conventional colours, including white, brown, and grey. If you can’t find a colour that meets your needs, nearly all shutter profiles can be powder coated in any RAL colour for an additional fee.
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Advantages of Metal Shutters
Metal security shutters are an ideal choice for improving the security of business premises with reliable sleek designs and offer several benefits.
Ideal for windows and doors, metal shutters made from aluminium are adaptable and may be customised to meet specific needs, with a variety of profiles and colours to select from. Aluminium materials are also highly secure and long-lasting, with structural integrity that is unaffected by prolonged exposure to sunlight.
Security shutters made from steel have their own set of benefits: they are lightweight due to the nature of their material, hence they will weigh less than other shutters regardless of how big the overall structure is. Steel constructions are more dependable and long-lasting than other materials, and their performance can withstand the test of time and exposure to the elements.
Because additions to existing steel structures are simple to construct, they can readily fit in with the appearance of your existing external property.
How Much do Metal Shutters Cost?
The price of metal security shutters varies depending on which material you choose. The cost will also be affected by any additional coatings, insulation or operation choice you decide on. For example, a 3m wide and 2.5m high shutter, electrically operated via key switch and in a standard colour, could cost anything from £1,000 for solid steel to over £5,000 for an i100 SR4 rated shutter.
Please contact our team if you would like a quote for your metal security shutter. You can schedule a free site study with one of our knowledgeable experts, who will go through your requirements in detail, take exact measurements, and ensure that electric supply and fixing points are considered.