An architectural highlight, a wall of windows are a stunning feature yet can pose a challenge to dress. Tracked shutters are an ideal solution, easily sliding clear when required, and when drawn across the windows, allow you to control the light in varying sections to suit.
During your design consultation, your designer will visit you at home and will work with you to understand your specific needs. Together, you’ll create the perfect window solution for your home and they’ll arrange a thorough technical survey to ensure that precise measurements are taken for your products.
Make the most of striking floor to ceiling windows by installing tracked shutters such as these Sketched ones from our Harlequin range of colour shutters. Despite the tall size, the shutters are easy to operate, with a smooth running tracking system for ease.
Start your day well and let the outside in, with a quality tracked shutter. Smoothly concertina a couple of frames while you enjoy your cup of tea in bed and watch the world begin its day thanks to the seamless and smooth operation that lets you master the morning light.
Tracked shutters at this patio door allow for kind of al fresco dining without having to worry about the unpredictable British weather! With the dining table in close proximity, it’s easy to push the shutters back and open the doors, enjoying the fresh air and any views to enjoy your meal.
“I’d definitely recommend Thomas Sanderson. I could go through everything with them and feel confident I’d made the right decision.”
While the basic design of shutters hasn't really evolved over the years our craftsmen use modern technology to ensure your shutters are created with precision and attention to detail to be the best that they can be.
To ensure your shutters work seamlessly day after day after day, our skilled craftsmen take care over every part of your bespoke shutter, one louvre at a time.
Tracked shutters can also be fitted without a bottom track, allowing the added option of using the shutters as a room divider.
Our quality tracked door shutters are available in both hardwood and lightweight vinyl louvres in an MDF frame, finished to look identical to wood.
Our bespoke Tracked shutter system features a fixed track top and bottom, which can guide up to twelve panels for even the largest windows and doors. Our guide-and-fold system is uniquely crafted so that each individual panel can pivot 180 degrees, folding back on itself, to make sure your windows or doors are kept clear.
Discuss your requirements and view shutter samples with a design consultant who'll help you create a vision of your Tracked shutters and give you a quote
When you're ready to proceed, an installer visits to conduct a survey, verifying precise measurements for a full account of the shutter space
Using the highest quality materials our skilled teams create your made-to-measure Tracked shutters
Your installer returns to fit your shutters and talk you through anything you need to know about your Tracked shutters
Ideal for large window coverings or for doors, Tracked or track shutters are plantation shutters or Solid shutter panels guided on a top and bottom track to allow for smooth operation, available in various panel configurations. Think of them as sliding window shutters but for doors, similar to sliding wardrobe doors, except that instead of sliding behind one another, the shutters concertina fold. Depending on whether you choose Vinyl, composite or wooden shutters, some shutters can have the stacks folded back against the wall.
Your installer will fit a track system to the top and bottom at your window or door and the shutters are then installed on the tracks to glide seamlessly. They're a popular choice for patio doors, French doors or also for large windows. They can also be fitted as a room divider, reducing one large room into two smaller separate rooms for flexible contemporary living zones.
Yes they will. Tracked shutters provide an excellent insulating barrier at your patio, French or bi-fold door, keeping the warmth inside and the cold outside during winter. They can reduce heat loss by up to 36% so they're a good way to help make your room more energy efficient. In the summer you can also benefit from their ability to keep the room cool too, just keep the louvres closed when the sun is out and the room will be more temperate.