You know what you’re in for when you install plantation shutters in your home: great looks, fantastic light control, and great insulation for a comfier home. But what if something unexpected happens, like if you need to replace your window? What needs to happen with your shutters?
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Uncomfortable home temperatures, bad lighting, and having to regularly replace your window treatments are all signs that you might need interior plantation shutters. Just like you should think about a new roof if you constantly experience a leaky ceiling, you should think about installing interior plantation shutters if you’re experiencing some of these signs.
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Style, material, and color. Those are the three most important factors that determine how well a new window treatment will look in your home. But while different styles and materials of plantation shutters are common, the most popular shutter color is overwhelmingly white.
2/2/2017 10:00 am
Mediterranean homes (also referred to as Spanish modern or mission homes), are found in regions of the US where it’s hot year-round. Their trademark features of stucco, arches, hard tile or marble flooring, clay roof tiles, and wood or metal accents aren’t just stylistic. They’re also very functional at keeping homeowners cool when the temperature soars.