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Home Consultation

Simply fill in the contacts form or give us a call, To make an appointment at a time convenient for you.

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Survey Process

We will then visit your home conduct a full survey, taking you through all the options. Finding the best solution for you.

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Ordering

Once you have made your selection, We will order your Shutters and keep you updated on the process of your order.

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Installation

Our fully skilled fitting team will be with you to install your Shutters. Not just installing but transforming your home. Taking away all rubbish, leaving you to enjoy your new Shutters.

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When your looking for Shutters in Barkby or surrounding area's here at Shutter Envy Ltd we have got you covered.

We have a simple four step process to take away all the stress of transforming your home.

Here at Shutter Envy, We pride ourselves on being a family business with the best interests of our customers at heart.

We have a complete range of shutters for all surroundings, Covering all types of installations from bay windows, Bi-folding doors to Blackout Shutters for Bedrooms.

Some History about Barkby.

The 1086 Domesday Book records Barkby as "Barcheberie". The name Barkby itself has an Old Norse origin meaning "Barki's farm/settlement".

The parish church situated in Barkby is dedicated to St Mary. Earliest records state that the church was built in the late 13th century but its ground undertook extension in 1887. The grade I church was officially listed in June 1966. The Church itself contains 6 bells and a 2 aisle nave. The church also consists of a tower made up of 4 stages and a gothic organ case. Built primarily from ironstone, granite was infused into the buildings structure during restoration work in the 19th century. The presence of the Pochin family is also noticeable within St Mary's church as a number of memorials of past family members can also be found around the Church. The Pochin family have been in the village of Barkby since 1604, living in the main manor house which is situated next to St Mary's Church. The local Primary school also bares the name of the Pochin's family and can be found on the main road through the village to the east side.

 

 

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