We chose the Russian imported white ash for our high-end level of wooden shutters range, which is most commonly favored by the British market.
Ashwood shutters are unique plantation-style shutters with a warm, rich finish and sophisticated design. They bring a decorative element to any windows and doors while helping to protect your privacy. Ash is a very high-grade and expensive wood, which grows in Russia, North America, and parts of Europe. Most of the ash in our country is imported from Russia.
The wood is straight and has a uniform rough texture. It is suitable for processing and polishing. It is mainly used to produce high-end luxury furniture. If you’re looking for a stunning range of premium hardwood shutters with fantastic grain definition, rich patinas, and beautiful wood finishes, then you’ve come to the right place.
There are a lot of reasons to choose ash shutters for your home. The deep grain in the wood is one of the most beautiful features and can be accentuated with a rich stain or paint finish. Our team takes care of every last detail and applies a rag-rubbed stain by hand to make sure the color is evenly spread and consistent. We’re confident that you’ll be amazed by our attention to detail!
Our premium quality ashwood shutters have a minimum of 4 hardwood tenons. The end of each rail is painstakingly machined to have a 1/2″ X 1 7/8″ tenon by a custom-built tenoning machine.
Deep Pocket Mortises
Each stile is precision machined with a minimum of two deep pocket mortises. These mortises perfectly fit the associated tenon. The mortise tenon joint is the strongest joint in millwork and adds tremendous strength, even without glue.
The tenon and mortise are put together, and a hole is drilled through the mortise and the tenon. Hardwood dowel is driven into the hole, locking the tenon into the mortise for the life of the shutter.
We use the highest grade hard-wearing Polyurethane(PU) paints and stains to ensure stability and long-term wear and tear. All colors are UV resistant, environmentally friendly, low VOC.
The craftsmen fit each wooden shutter part together in a specialized Jia for dry fitting and final assembly. We do not use pneumatic or hydraulic clamps as they can damage or over-stress the wood.
Hot-pressing process molding and use sanding machine to ensure its smoothness.
Applying a primer coat before painting to provide a consistent base for topcoats of paint
Drying out the primed moldings to ensure their stability and moisture resistance.
Applying hand polishing to ensure a smooth surface and dust removal.
Applying a second coating to ensure a good bond between paint and shutters.
Apply a second polishing to ensure a good finish before spray painting.
Shutter profiles got cut to sizes put together to make up a shutter.
Send the assembled shutters to the spray room for hand painting.
We care what you care about when it comes to quality. Our quality control teams are certified and trained to conduct thorough inspections on every aspect of production and guarantee that our shutters meet industry standards and perform optimally.
Dimension error of the shutters should be within 1mm for the inside mount series and 2mm for the outside mount series.
The shutter finishes (including the brightness) are matches the standard color swatch confirmed by the customer.
The structure of louver clearance is uniform, and there is no visible abrupt light transmission when closing.
Measuring the two diagonal angles of the shutter to make sure the shutter is square and not skewed.
Goodwood Shutters has a strong track record in creating value through partnerships with several companies – global players. We work in close cooperation with leading brands in the US, UK, and Australia to provide an extensive range of high-quality plantation shutters and components. Whether you are shutter importers, brand owners, distributors, wholesalers, or retailers, you can benefit from importing plantation shutters from us.
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