Louvered composite shutters are designed to resemble the distinct profile of wood louvered shutters. Composite shutters are constructed from Extira™, a solid pressed durable material. It is virtually impervious to moisture, rot, and termites, insuring an extremely long life. Unlike wood shutters that use multiple slats, composite louvers are shaped from a single piece with no space between louvers. Louvered composite shutters have only one presentable side making them only suitable in a stationary position.
Width: 10 – 32″ in 1/4″ increments
Height: 15 – 96″ in 1/4″ increments
Extira™ exterior grade MDF
Fixed Louvers: 1″ or 1 3/4″ wide
Side Stiles: 1 1/4″ thick x 2 1/2″ wide
Top Rail: 1 1/4″ thick x 2 1/2″ height
Bottom Rail: 1 1/4″ thick x 3 – 4 1/2″ height
Divider Rail: 1 1/4″ thick x 2 1/8″ height (optional)
Painted – 9 standard colors
Custom painted – Benjamin Moore & Sherwin Williams colors (one time $100 charge)
* Composite shutters require factory priming, so raw unfinished panels are not available
Printable Specification PDF:
ShutterLand exterior louvered composite shutters require approximately 4-5 weeks to manufacture. Production times may be shorter or longer depending on the number of orders in house, holidays, size of order, finishing, or a number of other considerations. We do not guarantee production or shipping times.
We have streamlined the production process to reduce delays. We do not rush orders, cut corners, or sacrifice quality.
We ship all louvered exterior composite shutters from our manufacturing facility in Alabama.
We generally ship using FedEx Ground across America, usually resulting in a shipping period under one week.
Exterior window shutters can be installed to be functional (swing open and closed), but most often are stationary. Non-functional exterior shutters require less precise measurements than those that operate.
Measure each window width from the outside edge of window trim to the same spot on the opposite side. Calculate the shutter panel width, starting with the smallest window. Window widths narrower than 60 inches can appear to have functional louvered composite shutters by ordering panels half of the window width. Windows larger than 60 inches, while unable to appear functional, should use panel sizes between 30% and 50% of the window width. Consider panel widths of narrow windows when determining panel widths for larger windows. Do not exceed a house shutter width greater than 50% of the window.
Measure each window width from the top edge of the window trim to the bottom edge of the window trim. If there is a sill at the bottom of the window, measure to the top of the sill. Install the shutters about 1/4 inch above the sill. Exterior wood shutters are sold in 1/4 inch increments to best fit the window.
See measuring instructions for functional louvered shutters in greater overall detail.