Tracked shutters

Why choose tracked shutters?

Tracked shutters bring you all the benefits of full-height shutters across the widest of spaces. They can cover larger areas effortlessly, making them a popular choice for patio doors and bi-folding doors.

Tracked shutters:

  • Effortlessly span any wide space
  • Unique guide-and-slide shutter system
  • Perfect for patio doors or as a room divider
  • Discreet track system

Tracked shutter designs

Tracked shutters are full height shutters supported by a specialist track system. Creating a stylish and practical solution for large windows, doors or any openings requiring additional support. The track allows the shutters to span a limitless width.

Tracked shutters are available in two practical options – By-pass and Bi-fold. The By-pass system allows each shutter panel to slide effortlessly past one another, whilst the Bi-fold system allows the panels to fold back in a concertina form, allowing full access to the window or door behind. The sliding motion of both options is seamless, allowing for a smooth transition between open and closed.

View our tracked shutters

Tracked shutters are great as room dividers or sliding wardrobe doors.
This style of shutter are available in all materials, colours and louvre sizes.

Design tip

Tracked shutters are one of the most versatile solutions for covering patio doors, bi-fold doors or any other large space. Adding a mid-rail increases flexibility, enabling upper and lower louvres to be opened independently and giving them extra strength.

Book your shutter consultation

If you require any more information on our Tracked shutters, contact us today  for free, impartial advice and we will be happy to answer any initial questions.  We are a passionate, award-winning family team and love sharing the London Interior Shutters experience with every customer. We ensure 100% customer satisfaction and offer the most competitive prices for Tracked Shutters.

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