We offer exterior board and batten shutters constructed from two different materials.
High-quality wood board and batten shutters have been used for centuries to make American homes more comfortable, safe, and attractive. We use kiln-dried lumbers to forge the boards and battens that compose our excellent line of exterior wood shutters. Each panel is assembled with time-tested techniques for maximum strength and longevity. All board and batten shutters are sold primed or fully painted to completely cover all surfaces.
Our composite board and batten shutters are constructed from high quality durable material that is impervious to moisture, rot, and termites. Stable composite shutters outperform wood in many categories, including longevity.
ShutterLand board and batten exterior shutters are available in several standard configurations.
The basic arrangement of this shutter style consists of adjacent vertical boards with two horizontal battens. A third batten is required for shutters in excess of of 55″ in height, but is otherwise optional. A fourth batten may also be specified. Positioning of wood boards can be modified to include a space, or gap, between the vertical members.
Barn style z-pattern shutters are popular on many homes. The forward facing z is typically installed on the left side of the window, with the reverse-z on the right. Arch top exterior shutters reflect the contour of arched windows. A springline measurement is required to reflect lines of the window. The top batten will be lower than on a standard rectangular shutter to accommodate for the curve.