Choose the Right Shutters For a More Beautiful Home
In order to achieve a more beautiful and appealing home, home shutters work well, providing great aesthetic value and functionality. Exterior window shutters are available and affordable options for gracing windows before glass, which is an essential element of the exterior homes today are window shutters and they serve as great ornamentation for our homes. Window shutters provide protection to window openings, providing privacy, and providing additional insulation during winter, and blocking the sun during summer. Shutters come inoperable and non-operable styles, with great design selection, sizes, and varying installation techniques. Now you can make your home even more beautiful with window shutters, providing great protection and aesthetic appeal for your home like no other!
Shutter placement can be challenging if your windows are too close together because the space between shutters should be at least half the width of one shutter. Operable shutter hardware usually have two parts including shutter hinges to allow the shutter to swing. There are different shutter styles including louvered, board and batten, solid panel and raised panel, and Bermuda or Bahama. Louvers can be movable or fixed and they can be designed as full louvered or louvered-panel combination that provides great rain protection when closed. The board and batten shutters are mounted vertically with “Z” cross or horizontal bracing which are used in traditional barn-style homes due to its rustic feel. Panel shutters are determined by the number f panels per shutter with three panels in varying sizes depending on the size of the shutter. Bahama shutters offer great sun rays protection and a Carribean style for your home’s exteriors. There are different materials used for shutters including wood, vinyl, and composites. Real wood shutters are great addition for your home with great authenticity. Shutters can be made from different types of woods like cypress, cedar, or African mahogany for decay-resistance. A decent alternative to wood shutters are vinyl shutters, that can hold color and shape longer. Composite materials are combination of PVC, wood, and fiberglass, offering great durability and authenticity.
Shutters can be painted with accent colors, used to match the color of the front door, your windows, and siding or trim. Shutters need to be sized to cover the windows if closed, and they should mirror the window’s image. Window shutters can really make your home more beautiful, and also offer protection against rain and sunlight. Get to choose from our wide collection of shutter styles, colors, and materials by checking our online gallery. Make your home unique and beautiful with window shutters! For more information about exterior window shutters, you can check our website or homepage now.