When buying custom window shutters, it is important to know the difference between a customized and custom-made window shutters.
A customized window shutter is a pre-made stock that was cut to fit a certain size. On the other hand, a custom-made shutter is defined as making something new from raw material available.
Customized interior shutters are cut down and hinged from a pre-made stock that is usually poorly fitted. Also, the panels are not proportionate in size to the size of the window. When a lot of the window shutters are cut off, it may compromise integrity.
A common technique for installation used in custom window shutters is the mounting of the shutters by hanging strips to the inside of the window opening. The size of the hang strip is adjusted to the window opening. However, the hang strips decrease the operating space of the louver and are not needed in proper shutter unit.
Synthetic shutters normally have pre-cut stiles, louvers, and rails for quick production, resulting in an imperfect fit and disproportionate panels and components as compared to the window.
Window shutters that are really custom-made are already constructed from the start for certain window openings. Some companies sell high-quality window shutters made to the one sixteenth of an inch of each individual opening. The stiles and rails are also uniform throughout. The rail sizes are adjusted to the window opening’s height and the spacing of the louver.
Custom interior wood window shutter units may be assembled and ready to install by certain manufacturers. You may choose between plantation and traditional shutters.
Before you buy custom window shutters, choose a company that fabricates custom-made and not customized window shutters. It is important to remember that windows are different and their dimensions are unique.
So choose a custom window shutter that adds unique style to your room but won’t make a huge dent in your budget.