Available in painted, wood stained and rustic stained finishes, Wood Shutters are made from the highest grade hardwood available. The extra-hard finish significantly extends the longevity and beauty of these classic window treatments.
In addition to being extremely durable, Polymer Shutters look and feel just like Wood Shutters but are water resistant, fire retardant, and non-toxic. Available in a variety of whites and cream colored finishes, the powder coated paint finish will maintain its new appearance without cracking, peeling or yellowing. Polymer Shutters insulate more than two times greater than wood.
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Shutters can be mounted to the inside of the window frame. Most people prefer an Inside Mount because it provides a customized, tailored look and leave decorative molding and window sills exposed.
Outside Mount is when a Shutter is mounted to the wall or molding surrounding the window. Outside Mount is ideal if there is not enough mounting depth for your Shutter in the window frame. Other reasons to choose an Outside Mount include making a window appear larger or to conceal any imperfections in the window frame and eliminate light gaps.
Wood and Polymer Shutters are available in 3 ½” and 4 ½” sizes.
Single Panel Folds
A single Shutter panel opens and closes independently.
A Bi-fold Shutter is a pair of Shutter panels which are configured so they fold on top of each other as they are opened. Sliding within a track, the Bi-fold Track System is perfect for sliding glass doors.
A Tri-fold Shutter is when three Shutter panels are configured so they fold on top of each other as they are opened.
A Bypass Shutter is when the panels are made to slide on a track system in front or behind each other. This is perfect for sliding glass doors.
Café Style is when Shutters which cover only the bottom portion of the window or opening.
When Shutter panels are Double Hung, the top and bottom sets of panels are independent in the same window or opening.
French Door Mount
The Shutter panel is attached and covers the French Door.
Bright White and Cream are our standard paint finish options.
Hinges matching our standard paint colors.
The Tilt Rod is what connects the louvers in your Shutter allowing you to open and close them.
Available as an option to open and close shutter panels.
This frame is used for standard installation.
This “Z’ shaped frame is used to reduce light gaps when there are curved edges or imperfections around the window frame.
In profile this vertical post used to support a Shutter panel looks like a “T”.
An extended strip creating an overlap in the vertical sides of the Shutter panel in order to reduce the light gap.
The vertical sides of the Shutter panels join together perfectly flush which eliminates light gap.
This simple mechanism allows your Shutter panel to be secured to the window frame.
Magnetically, this secures your Shutter panel to the window frame.
Used to support and add strength to louvered panels, this is the horizontal panel which divides the top and bottom louvers so they move independently.
Several upgraded painted, stained and rustic stained finishes are available.
Custom matched painted or stained finishes are available on Wood Shutter.
Select one of our decorative frames to go around your window to add a designer look to your Shutters.
2 ½” Louver
This slim line louver is available on both Wood and Polymer Shutters.
With this feature, the function of the Tilt Rod is produced by a specially constructed rear mechanism we call Tilt Magic. This allows for the functionality to open and close the louvers and eliminates the Tilt Rod obstructing your view.
Metal Finish Hinges
A variety of finishes from Bright Brass to Brushed Chrome are available to choose from to customize your Shutters.
Shutter Specialty Shapes
- Perfect Arch
- Perfect Half Arch
- Imperfect Arch
- Imperfect Half Arch
- Eyebrow Arch
- Eyebrow Half Arch
- Oblong Arch
- Oblong Half Arch
- Bread Box
- Angle Top
Availability of options and upgrades will vary based on the materials and product operation selected.