Trellidor
The Ultimate Crime Barrier
Trellidor the ultimate crime barrier to protect your home and business. The latest security innovation, styled with sophistication and burglar proofing.
location_on Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
AMERICAN Shutters
Custom-made adjustable louvre shutter
Local and imported ranges of custom-made adjustable louvre shutters and blinds. Made from the highest quality timber, sourced from sustainable forests, best suited to withstand the harsh African sun and the threat of beetle. Their aluminium safety shutters are made from infinitely recyclable aluminium, and are 100% eco-friendly.
location_on Cape Town, Western Cape
Design Acro
Architectural company offering full architectural services and project management in the Eastern Cape, leader of quality architectural design of the highest standards appropriate for the South African context and culture, developing globally respected and sound business solutions.
Windovert
Windovert is South Africa’s leading manufacturer & installer of superior quality blinds & shutters, offering the widest range of style and colours.
Brochure
today13 Sep 2017
verified_userAMERICAN Shutters

American Shutter Portfolio: Issue 2

In 1985, we introduced the ageless beauty of wooden shutters to South Africa. Since then, American shutters’ pioneering spirit, our unwavering commitment to quality and style and our innovation in both classic and contemporary interior design have seen our product range grow to include a comprehensive selection of shutters, blinds and screens.
News & Product Highlights
today4 Aug 2014

Effective light and sun control

Designed for effective light and sun control, the Windovert Aluminium Venetian blind is available in a wide range of colours and finishes. Slat widths of 16, 25, 35 and 50mm are offered. Aluminium venetian blinds are lightweight, easily operable, and durable, even in humid conditions.
today13 Mar 2012
verified_userTrellidor

A world of difference between steel and aluminium shutters for the home

Roller shutters have gained a negative reputation in domestic installations in South Africa because most manufacturers use steel. The end result is a heavy, noisy and ugly product that is really out of place at home.