Which domestic roller shutter is right for me?

All security roller shutters contain the same basic components; the slat curtain, guide channels and top box which contains the shaft assembly and motor (if electrically operated). Guide channel and top box size is dependent on size of the door or window to be secured and the type of slat used.

There are two main types of slat to choose from, foamed filled insulated and extruded aluminium:

Extruded Aluminium

Extruded aluminium slat to provide exceptional strength and a smart high quality finish. Suitable for windows and doors.

Comes as standard in white or brown however can be powder coated any RAL colour.


Insulated Aluminium

A double skinned aluminium profile with polyurethane insulating core for improved u-values and sound proofing.

Available in a wide choice of colours as standard and can be powder coated any RAL colour.

SEE T55 ,T77 & T77 ELITEM411M511

Alternatives to domestic security shutters

For more transparency and a less obtrusive appearance, consider one of our domestic security grilles. These manually retractable designs can be installed on windows and doors.

How much does a domestic security shutter cost?

Prices vary between domestic roller shutter products, although the difference is not as significant as with some of our other products. For example, a 1.6m wide by 1.6m high shutter electrically operated shutter in a standard colour will cost between £700 and £1,000 dependent on the model. Key factors which impact the cost are:

  • Operation. Many consumers want to control shutters via remote control which costs around an additional £200. This cost can increase further if you are looking for group control options or integration into a new or existing home automation system.
  • Finish. Most domestic security shutters have a choice of standard colours. If a standard colour does not suit your requirements many can be powder coated for an additional cost of £50 per m².