Plantation Shutter Pros, Inc. Socastee, SC

There's no quicker or simpler way to update the look of your home than to change its window treatments. With that in mind, some of the most stunning custom window coverings you’ll ever see come from Plantation Shutter Pros of Socastee, South Carolina. Plantation focuses on creating the perfect blinds, shades, and shutters to give your place a swanky facelift that you'll love! 

We’ve narrowed our focus here so we can always offer you the best. Our team of expert craftspeople will work with you to create the perfect, custom option for your home. You’ll get quality you can count on, too, because we work with suppliers who are as demanding of top quality as we are. 

In the end, you get elegant window coverings at economical prices. Why settle for less when you have the best right here on your doorstep? Give us a call and see what we can do for you. 

Plantation Shutters

Plantation shutters are our bread and butter for a good reason. There’s simply nothing that matches the simple elegance and utility of plantation shutters. 

Choose between: 

Wood Shutters: Everyone has a favorite, and these are ours. They fit any décor and always exude warmth and elegance. 

Hybrid Shutters: Lumber is pricey, so if you’re on a tight budget, our hybrid shutters might be ideal for you. They incorporate vinyl to reduce the cost and still look impressive. 

Premium Poly Shutters: Wood is lovely, but it also requires a lot of maintenance through time. If you don’t want to put in the time, you’ll love our vinyl shutters. They look identical to wood but are maintenance-free. 

Blinds and Shades

Maybe shutters don’t do it for you. That’s no problem; they’re not for everyone. But we have other options for you, including:

Faux Wood Blinds: These feature a wood grain for a true match to real wood. 

Roller Blinds: Perhaps you’d prefer a statement with some trendy blinds in your favorite color. Hot pink, anyone? 

About Socastee, SC

This little town is a stone’s throw from Myrtle Beach International Airport. It’s worth a visit for its scenic beauty but don’t miss out on the Swing Bridge. This bridge came into service in 1935 and is one of only ten in the state. If you’re looking for more fun, head over to Socastee in April for the Heritage Festival. We’ll see you there!

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