Break it Down: Interior or Exterior Shutters?
Shutters can go just about anywhere – in any home, in any room, on any window, and even outside – and that’s where some confusion can occur.
Interior and exterior shutters are very different things, and if you’re not aware of the differences, you might waste time or money shopping around for something you don’t need. Here’s what you need to know.
First off, we need to make it clear that Sunburst shutters doesn’t make or sell exterior home shutters. Instead, our area of expertise is in stylish interior shutters for the home.
Exterior shutters really only serve one of two purposes: either they’re purely for decoration as an accent to your home’s siding, or they’re heavy-duty “hurricane shutters,” designed to protect your windows from damage during intense storms.
Decorative exterior shutters tend to look good on very specific home styles, such as more rustic homes as well as Mediterranean style houses. Hurricane shutters are fairly rare except in a few areas of the country, and many types don’t even resemble typical shutters, and instead look like large metal sheets.
Sunburst is Your Interior Shutter Headquarters
Chances are, if you’re wanting the value, style, and longevity of shutters, you want interior plantation shutters. Sunburst can help with that. Call your local Sunburst Shutters team at 877-786-2877 today and set up a free in-home walkthrough of what shutters can do for your space.