If you’re redecorating a room, you want everything to be perfect. This is your chance to make sure every detail coordinates flawlessly, including your plantation shutters. With colors and finishes on the brain, it may be tempting to consider painting new or existing shutters to match your fresh decor.
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7/12/2019 9:10 am
Sunburst Shutters Installs 14 New Energy-Efficient Shutters in Veteran’s Home During National Rebuilding Day6/30/2019 6:40 am
On April 27, Sunburst Shutters joined with 32 other teams in Southern Nevada to revitalize homes for disabled veterans and elderly citizens during National Rebuilding Day.
6/19/2019 2:45 pm
A customer recently told us a story about what happened when her home caught fire. The flames started on an outside wall and crept up until they hit her Polywood® plantation shutters. The fire retardant shutters didn’t burn and, instead, started to melt. The smoke from the shutters eventually set off her detectors, alerting those inside of the threat.
6/6/2019 9:45 am
Some plantation shutters look beautiful for years and even decades, while others can chip, crack, warp, or yellow within a few years. So what’s the difference? The material they’re made from. We’ll walk you through the best material for plantation shutters - and what types of material to avoid.
3/13/2019 8:35 am
After you made the decision to cover your windows with plantation shutters, it may be tempting to drive to the nearest home improvement store and grab the nicest ready-made shutter available. After all, you may have a free weekend where you can install the shutters yourself. You may even be able to save yourself a few bucks. Scheduling an in-home consultation to get your windows measured seems like a hassle, and then you will have to wait until they are custom-made at the factory before they’re installed on your windows.