Plantation Shutter Pros, Inc. DeBordieu, SC
A new window treatment is a perfect way to give your home a quick facelift. You might choose practical blinds or shades for a minimalist look or enjoy the luxe drama of plantation shades. Whatever your taste, you choose the look, and we’ll make it happen
At Plantation Shutter Pros in DeBordieu, South Carolina, we understand that great design starts with high-quality materials and craftsmanship. That’s why we narrowed our business focus to selling just shutters, shades, and blinds. We’d rather do exceptionally well with fewer options than create a wide range of mediocre products.
That focus has served us well. We’ve built a reputation for producing the best custom window-treatment solutions, thanks to our uncompromising attitude to quality.
To put it bluntly, if we wouldn’t want it in our home, we won’t put it in yours. We’ve also honed some meaningful industry contacts over the years, so we can access the highest-quality materials at the best prices. Why would you choose to go anywhere else?
Plantation shutters are the little black dresses of window treatments. They’re versatile, can be dressed up or down, and they go with just about anything. Our product selection includes wood shutters, hybrid (vinyl and wood) shutters, and premium poly maintenance-free shutters.
Blinds and Shades
If you’re not a fan of plantation blinds, peruse our full range of options in slatted and roller blinds instead. Choose between faux wood, natural fabrics, or designer textiles to match your style and brighten up your room.
About DeBordieu, South Carolina
This town has a lot to offer. It is one of the longest standing coastal towns, with a rich history dating back to 1777. Local legend pegs Marquis de Lafayette as the person who founded and named the town.
Lafayette, a French captain, with the British on his tail, landed here in his ship, the Victory. Folks say that the scenery so enchanted Lafeyette that he believed it was the borderland of God. The name “DeBordieu” is a derivative of the French expression "D'aborde Dieu," which translates to “borderland of God.”
Naturally, over time, Americans have put their unique American stamp on it. It's now pronounced "Debidue." At the same time, the residents still pay homage to their legacy. The town is proud of its natural beauty and magnificent family homes.