top of page

Grupo de intereses compartidos

Público·69 miembros
Brooks Richardson
Brooks Richardson

Shutters


Timberlane has a wide array of customization options to make your shutters truly personal. Add finishing touches like copper capping, beading detail, cut-outs, and more, to make your shutters one-of-a-kind.




shutters



We are Los Angeles shutter experts! Since 1966 we have been manufacturing and installing the world's finest hand-crafted plantation shutters for homeowners, interior designers, architects and contractors around the Los Angeles area. With years of specialist joinery experience and a passion for elegant design, we are constantly inspired to design new products and new finishing techniques. Custom shutters are a beautiful, cost effective way to enhance the value of your home. We'll help you select a style and finish, as well as explain your options for decorative and functional enhancements.


I had Shutters and More do exterior shutters and we loved them! They made the house look dressed up. When we wanted to do interior shutters we got three bids and Shutters and More had the best price and was the only company that manufactured their own shutters. I was blown away by Barry when he came to the house to do a walk-through. Not only was he polite, but he gave great design and color suggestions that were just perfect. He has a good design eye and attention to detail. The installer was tidy and quiet, and it amazed me that he could do it all himself. They followed up to make sure I was happy a week or two later. I would definitely recommend Shutters and More to my friends.


Depending on the application, and the construction of the window frame, shutters can be mounted to fit within the opening or to overlap the opening. The term window shutter includes both interior shutters, used on the inside of a house or building, and exterior shutters, used on the outside of a structure. On some styles of buildings it is common to have shutters to cover the doors as well as the windows.[1]


Interior shutters are typically divided into narrow units hinged accordion-style so that two or more units cover each side of a window opening when closed. Operable louvered shutters have louvers (or louvres in British usage), or slats, controlled by a tilt bar or rod to adjust the louver position and keep them in a uniform position, to control light, visibility and airflow. Shutters with operable louvers are described variously as traditional shutters, California shutters, or plantation shutters. Plantation shutters, typical of warmer climates like Florida, South Africa, the Mediterranean or Australia, typically have only two shutters per window and wide louver blades.[2]


Other interior shutters use stationary louvers that do not rotate (fixed louvers); solid raised or flat panels; fabric inserts; or tinted glass. Shutters can be configured in a single tier unit that has one shutter top to bottom of a window opening as well as multiple tiers. Multiple tier units feature separate shutters on each tier which allows the top shutters to be opened independently from the bottom shutters. Café-type shutters refer to shutters that only cover the lower portion of a window.


Full height shutters can be made with a horizontal divider rail which separates the upper and lower portions of the shutter. With operable louvered shutters this gives greater control as the louvers above the divider rail can be operated independently from the louvers below the divider rail. Interior shutters can be constructed from numerous woods, which can be painted or stained, and a variety of synthetic materials. Interior shutters that are made to close tolerances are preferable for the best possible fit. When louvers or tilt bar (rod) become damaged, replacement kits for these damaged parts may be ordered online and are easy to install.


Exterior shutters were originally constructed for light control, privacy, security and protection from the elements. Functional shutters hinge on each side of a window or at the top and swing closed when necessary and can also be mounted on tracks applied to the face of the building.[3] Fixed and operable louvers shed rain, allow air transfer, filter direct sunlight, protect from small flying debris, and provide privacy. Operable louvered shutters allow for greater control of light and ventilation. Solid panels and board-and-batten shutters are generally used for security or protection during severe weather. Non-functional shutters are merely used to enhance the appearance of a building. Functional shutters have traditionally been constructed from solid woods that have proven to endure outside elements but have also been mass-produced in woods less suitable to the outdoors like pine. Finishing wood shutters is recommended for extended life. Composite shutters offer advantages over wood shutters such as resistance to twisting, splitting, and rotting. However, PVC shutters are often hinged with three or more hinges and painted with vinyl-safe paint to keep from bowing in the sun and can require additional hardware. Fiberglass shutters are more dimensionally stable than PVC.


Certain hardwoods currently used for exterior shutters, specifically Spanish cedar, Honduran mahogany and teak, are resistant to rot and decay, and far more durable than a softer wood like untreated pine. Because of the tannin in these woods they are also not prone to problems from insects. Pressure treatment with wood preservative makes pine, cedar and other types of wood suitable for exterior shutters. Non-functional exterior shutters can be constructed from wood, vinyl, fiberglass or other synthetic materials. Non-functional shutters can be simply screwed or bolted directly to the building, with spacers or other hardware to prevent water accumulating against the wall. Fiberglass, a material widely used for boat hulls, is not prone to rotting or twisting, is dimensionally stable and has low expansion and contraction. It is a reinforced plastic, unlike vinyl or PVC, so fiberglass shutters do not have a tendency to warp or sag. Its strength is comparable to aluminum; however, it does not suffer from corrosion and electrolysis.


Exterior shutters in France, notably in Paris, are frequently made of steel and are configured in multiple narrow full-length panels, allowing them to fold open and fit inconspicuously against the recesses at the sides of the window. Some exterior shutters in Italy, such as in towns along the Adriatic coast, slide on rollers into pockets in the wall at each side of the window.


In Germany and other parts of Europe, rolling exterior shutters on tracks (de) have become ubiquitous, although they lack the decorative value of traditional shutters. When open, these type shutters roll up into boxes concealed in the thickness of the wall above the window. They are typically raised and lowered manually, such as by a rolling pull made of flat nylon cord, but they can be equipped with electric operating mechanisms. These shutters allow some light in the room when not fully lowered, but wholly block light when completely closed. Variations include frame extensions that allow the closed shutter to swing out like an awning or Bermuda shutter.


An exterior hurricane shutter or storm shutter is used to protect windows and doors in a building against the effects of high winds, rain, and flying objects during a hurricane, or as a security shutter over an opening. They can be made of a variety of materials such as fiberglass, steel, aluminum, wood or composite wood and can be installed in tracks to be quickly opened and closed manually or with motorized controls. The track-mounted storm shutters in America are of German design and are frequently of German manufacture. The walls of American houses are typically too thin to conceal the boxes that hold the shutters when open, so the boxes are visible on the exterior above the windows. There are also high-impact-resistant plastics that can be applied to new or existing wood shutters that provide hurricane protection.


At Custom Blinds and Shutters, we believe that long-term relationships start and continue to grow with trust and communication. We strive to maintain our reputation as a dependable, local source for custom blinds and shutters.


We stayed at shutters and the banks the third week in August 2018. We could not have had a nicer stay. The staff were all fantastic. The pools are great, the beach is right over the bank. Keep up the great work.


Your home is a reflection of you, so we understand the importance of entrusting your design vision with us. Experience the honest difference as we work with you to build exceptional shutters and doors crafted to last a lifetime.


Among the most eco-friendly materials available, wood composite production involves very little waste, with up to 95% of every tree utilized. Made from the wood of rapid-growth trees, Woodlore shutters enable tree replenishment at an extremely accelerated rate. Completely biodegradable, wood has much less of an environmental impact than other building materials.


A well-crafted shutter closes solidly, does not have unsightly gaps, and stays that way year in and year out. To accomplish this, each part of the shutter must be stable and can resist twisting and bowing. With the unique engineered stiles, multiple layers of wood are bonded together with pressure, heat, and polymer. The proprietary process imparts an intense level of stability and structural integrity to the cores and results in a robust support system for your shutters.


Woodlore Shutters are available in a number of different sizes, shapes and frame styles that can be mounted either inside or outside of the window opening. Each shutter is custom made to fit the specific opening and the measurements will vary depending on the style and mounting location chosen. Measuring for shutters is best left to the professionals but there are online measuring guidelines available for those with appropriate skills.


Woodlore shutters can be cleaned by utilizing a dry feather duster, cloth or vacuum with brush attachment to gently remove dust and debris. For best results, a cotton cloth may be dampened with water when necessary. 041b061a72


Acerca de

¡Bienvenido al grupo! Podrás conectarte con otros miembros, ...

Miembros

bottom of page