Shutters Specifications Guide - Architectural Shutters
Raised Panel Shutters
Louvered Colonial Shutters
Architectural Shutters CollectionNominal Thickness
1-1/4" stiles and side rails on Louvered Colonials and Bahamas.
1" on Raised Panels styles.(other styles subject to special inquiry)
To be installed in either a fixed or operable condition in accordance with manufacturers recommendations, with no nailing or screwing through face of shutter. see operable shutters installation instructions >>
High density structural PVC and/or pultruded fiberglass and/or proprietary composite material. All slats and louvered side rails to be fiberglass.
Two part acrylic urethane cured by means of microwave thermology and direct infrared heat – 40 standard colors (custom colors available); view color selection >>
Colonial style shutters - Black powder-coated stainless steel all other brads and fasteners also to be stainless steel.
Bahama - Aluminum with factory applied two part acrylic urethane finish.
Performance: All fiberglass louvers and side rails to be thermally stable from –100˚F to +200˚F.
see hardware for shutters specification >>
1. Lifetime on structural components and against manufacturer defect limited to original purchaser. 2. Fifteen year warranty on factory applied finish.
See warranty document; shutters warranty >>
To deflect rain away from the structure, louvered shutters should be installed so the louvers face AWAY from the structure when shutters are closed.
Shutter swing is 3" per shutter from the edge of the shutter to the edge of the window opening; be sure to check for proper clearance (i.e. lamps, fixtures) when the shutter is in the open position.
Hinges are usually applied to the back of the shutter. They are only visible in their entirety when the shutter is in the closed position.
Shutters Hardware Installation
(Architectural shutters collection)