Sidcup may be a seemingly unassuming part of south-east London, but there’s always been rather more to the area than initially meets the eye. This locality in the Bexley and Greenwich boroughs has had quite a number of distinguished residents in the past, including the likes of The X-Factor winner Sam Bailey and illustrator Quentin Blake.
Furthermore, one only needs to look at the remarkably well-kept Victorian, Edwardian and other early 20th-century properties in the area to appreciate that Sidcup residents truly love their homes.
Window blinds and shutters are among those aspects of your home that can sometimes be overlooked, but which are unquestionably important, not least because of their both aesthetic and practical purposes, as well as the effect they have on the exterior as well as interior of a property.
That’s something many South East London homeowners realise, which probably helps to explain why we attract so much business from this area of the capital.
The most suitable shutters or blinds make a big difference
There are many fine things that can be said about the Kent town of Sittingbourne, not least related to its fascinating history. The town is especially significant for sitting alongside Watling Street, an ancient trackway used by both the Romans and Anglo-Saxons. But there is no shortage of other living history here, not least the preserved former paper mill railway, the Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway.
You might have noticed that we are called All Kent Shutters and Blinds, and indeed, you may have found our site by Googling ‘bespoke shutters in Kent’, ‘quality blinds in Maidstone’ or another relevant search term. Well, we take our focus on the local area very seriously – we’re proud to be based in this beautiful county and to serve its homeowners with remarkable made to measure blinds and shutters that they might have initially presumed to be beyond their budget.