Plantation Shutter Pros, Inc. Galivants Ferry, SC
If you want to modernize the look of your home quickly and easily, changing your window treatments is a great place to start. At Plantation Shutter Pros Galivants Ferry, SC, we offer an extensive range of shades, shutters, and blinds to help you give your home a little boost.
We’ll customize every order to your exact specifications. We use top-quality hardwood or vinyl to create classically sophisticated plantation shutters, and we’ll find the ones that fit your taste – and your budget.
If the idea of plantation shutters doesn’t work for you, we also offer classy blinds and trendy shades in various fabrics and colors.
Which Plantation Shutters are Best for You?
Talk to one of our consultants to find the perfect match for your lifestyle and budget, and let us set you up with:
Wood Shutters: Nothing beats a classic. It doesn’t get any better than our premium authentic hardwood shutters.
Hybrid Shutters: If you love the look of hardwood but need a break on your budget, our combination hardwood and vinyl shutters might be just right for you.
Premium Poly Shutters: Wood looks lovely, but it does require some upkeep over the years. If you’d prefer a lower-maintenance option that looks like real wood, our vinyl shutters fit the bill.
Choose from a Selection of Blinds
We have a great selection of wood-finish, slatted blinds that create a more minimalist look. You’ll get the feel and warmth of wood without the higher price tag or the headache it takes to maintain.
Alternatively, speak to us about our selection of roller blinds. We’ll custom-design these to fit your window and your fancy using a variety of beautiful, durable fabrics.
About Galivants Ferry, SC
This little town has a rich political history. Named for Richard Gallivan, the first person vested with the ferry crossing, it quickly became important to the growth of what we now know as Horry County.
Galivants Ferry, South Carolina offers a wide variety of grand old dames in architecture. Founded primarily as a farming community, you’ll still find plenty of older farming buildings here, too. The Grist Mill is a quaint reminder of simpler times and makes for a great photo opportunity.
The people in Galivants Ferry are quite social, and they host several events throughout the year that are worth the trip.