While the durable structure and quality materials used to make our shutters typically ensure that our customers are able to use their shutters without problems for years, the use and placement of certain shutter sets can cause damage. Although repairs can get a bit tricky with weaker window structures like blinds, the process of repairing a more solid, shutter structure is much easier and more permanent. We know that our shutters are made from the finest materials and manufacturing processes, and hope that our customers will be able to enjoy our craftsmanship for years to come.This is why we guarantee the work on our shutters to ensure that should a problem arise, you will have the means to properly repair your shutters without hesitation due to repair costs. To give you a better idea of how the process works, we’ve provided the step by step guide below:
- Identify the Problem: Once you’ve identified a problem in the functionality or aesthetic of your shutters, it is important to conduct the necessary repair processes as soon as possible to prevent further damage. We recommend that you call one of our representatives to describe the problem and evaluate whether it can be easily fixed on your own or if it would be best for you to schedule an appointment with a Stanfield Shutter technician.
- Schedule a Repair: If it is determined that it would be best for you to schedule a repair with one of our technicians, we’ll gladly accommodate your schedule to find a time for inspection and repair that works best for you. Once you’ve scheduled an appointment. Be sure to have a friend or family member at your home for the appointment to let the technician in and describe the problem.
- Inspect and Fix: Upon arriving at your home, your technician will inspect the shutters to determine where the problem is coming from and how to fix it. Being able to describe the problem beforehand will give your technician a better idea of what problems they should be looking for. After they’ve found a problem and a solution, they should be able to fix it the same day, however, some cases may involve ordering extra materials.
- Follow up: Once your shutters have been repaired, it will be important to keep an eye on them for the first couple of weeks to make sure that the structure has been fully restored. If the problem persists or a new one arises at any point in your future ownership, we always encourage you to give our offices another call to ensure that you can enjoy the classic beauty and charm of your shutters for a lifetime!