5 Easy Steps to Start Your Project

Not sure where to start? Follow these five easy steps, and Prairie Shutter & Shade will provide you with the best option for your needs.

  1. First we’ll need to know how we can help improve your space. Do you find your deck is too hot to enjoy? Are you pestered by bugs every time you go outside? Whatever the issue, we have applications for deck shade, insect protection, window shade, rain cover and security.
  2. Collect pictures and measurements of the area you would like to fix and include them in the project details you provide us with. Pictures really help us see what we’re working with and what product may be the best fit for your space.
  3. Plan ahead and determine your desired timeline. Some applications require engineered drawings and building permits which will increase lead times, whereas other products can be installed without permits and on much shorter notice.
  4. Determine your budget. Our wide range of high quality products has an even wider range of prices. Knowing the budget will help us make the appropriate recommendation for your project.
  5. We’ll help choose your product. Once we have all of the information we need, we can pick the appropriate product and provide you with a free, no obligation estimate.

For more information about planning your project, please contact us today. You can also fill out the form on this page to send us your project details.

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Prairie Shutter & Shade
Winnipeg, MB





Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday: By appointment
Sunday: Closed


Office Hours Are by Appointment Only

Service Area

We are a Winnipeg-based company that sells and installs in:

Winnipeg and the surrounding area, such as East St Paul, Headingley and LaSalle

Other Manitoban cities, such as Portage la Prairie, Selkirk, Steinbach and Brandon

Northwest Ontario – Kenora and the Lake of the Woods area



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