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Monday, December 8, 2008

Vinyl Shutters

My cousin and her husband are building a new house. They have it for the most part dried in. It has hardie plank siding colored with a natural wood stain. The shingles are a good grade and have a greenish tint to them. They are trying to decide on what type of vinyl shutters to use. I found Larson's ExteriorShutterSource online. They offer premium quality wood, composite, and vinyl shutters in a variety of colors, sizes, and styles. The website is very user friendly, and you can order online and get free shipping so you are just as well off ordering online as going to your local building supply store. I am going to suggest my cousin take a look at this site. If I were her, I would go with the dura-vinyl framed board-n-batten style shutter in a pine green color. I think this style shutter would like good with their siding and shingles. If you are building a new home, I suggest you check out Larson's ExteriorShutterSource for all your vinyl shutters needs.

1 comment:

WindowProsofva said...

Curtains and draperies don't really keep out all the sunlight that they should. The solution is to install interior shutters as well.
Interior shutters come in a wide variety of styles and materials, from traditional wooden louvered shutters to those made of PVC or vinyl. Whatever the decor of the interior of your room, you can find a shutter to complement it - and one which will perform those other, vital services of providing privacy, sun protection, and even extra insulation should you live in a cold climate. Virginia Interior shutters

 
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