What about composite shutters from Polyhabitat? This product seems effective for its insulating quality, its robustness, its quality of finish, but all the sellers of isolating aluminum shutters strongly advise the composite.
Composite materials (semi-wood powder, semi-resin, fiberglass) are now widely used for deck boards and shutters. I have no particular appreciation for the brand you are quoting (I note, however, that on their site the technical information is reserved for installers...). The very long-term holding of this material is not provenbecause it has not been used for decades unlike aluminum or PVC, let alone wood. The main defect noted is the expansion under the effect of heat can block shutters in the closed position in strong sunlight. Avoid, in any case, dark shades that absorb heat. Make sure the proposed components are available for the tax credit.
On the same topic
- Questions answers
- Benefit from a tax credit: must the company be RGE?
- How to regulate aluminum joinery?
- Where to find PVC shutter stops?
- Shutters in PVC, extruded aluminum or everwood
- DIY tips
- Roller shutters in renovation
- Shutters in creation
This may interest you