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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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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 Newtown Linford 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.

Newtown Linford

The village's name originates from the relocation of people when the Ferrers family of Groby turned Bradgate into a deer park. The people who lived within the estate were moved to the "New Town" - or hamlet as it would have been then, at the ford of the river Lin (once located at the junction of Markfield Lane and Main Street). The village was first documented in 1293 and was previously known as "Lyndynford". All of the villagers were all tenants of the Ferrers family, and later the Grey family.

The village is famous for Bradgate Park, a large country park which was home to Lady Jane Grey, Queen for nine days. Bradgate Park is a popular destination for days out in Leicestershire, home to several herds of deer, and children are often seen paddling in the shallow river Lin, which runs through it.

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