Thinking of installing custom window treatment products for your home? Shutters are a great choice for that timeless look of elegance and sophistication. Your next decision is whether to go for shutters made from wood or poly materials. Are there aesthetic and functional difference between the two? Here is an easy point-by-point breakdown of the features of each, so that you can choose shutter material that’s right for your home.
Draping the interior windows of your home is a fun and innovative way to add your personal style and flair. Much like interior window treatments, however, exterior shutters can be a good investment for the smart homeowner and provide a series of practical benefits that you can enjoy for years to come. These include:
One of the hardest parts of buying window shutters is deciding on the color. Although these fixtures can be re-painted, it’s imperative to pick a hue that you won’t regret right from the start.
In the first part of our special blog, we discussed the biggest advantages of Wholesale Shutter Company’s poly shutters over common vinyl units. We talked about their superior insulating quality, colorfast paint and exceptional water and fire resistance.
Many shutters on the market are either vinyl-wrapped or hollow-vinyl products. Both have their own attractive characteristics, but they don’t compare to Wholesale Shutter Company’s poly units.