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|The StyleCraft™ Direct Mount Kit is all that is required to install decorative shutters to many common mounting surfaces. This kit ensures your wood shutters will be mounted to the surface with the proper gap which will maximize the life of your wooden exterior shutters.
Installing wood shutters decoratively is the least expensive way to add these beautiful exterior accents to your home. The Direct Mount Kit not only makes it inexpensive, but makes the process of installing your wood shutters professionally a snap!
|Ships Out in 2 - 4 Business Days
- Made in USA
- Makes decorative wood shutter installation easy
- One kit is enough hardware for 1 pair of wood shutters
- Leaves the recommended gap behind the shutter
- Includes plugs to conceal the shutter mounting screws
- Recommended by the experts
- Quick and professional-looking installation
The professionals recommend a gap of at least 1/4" behind wood shutters. Without this gap, moisture may be trapped behind the exterior shutters which will lead to premature rotting. The Direct Mount Kit from StyleCraft™ ensures you will install your wood shutters properly to avoid this problem.
The Direct Mount Kit contains everything that is required for a standard decorative wood shutter installation on wood or composite siding. The kit contains enough hardware for 1 pair of wood shutters and makes installing them quick and easy.
- 12 shutter mounting screws
- 12 cedar plugs
- 12 nail-on nylon spacers
- Installation instructions
|Screw Length||2 1/2"|
|Screw Material||Galvanized steel|
|Plug Diameter||3/8" at the top, tapered at the bottom|
|Plug Material||Natural cedar|
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|Did You Know...
The Jalousie window was one of the first attempts at combining the glass of
a window with movable louvered shutters.
The windows are constructed with horizontally mounted glass louvered slats that
butt against each other tightly when closed and rotate outward when cranked open.
These "louvered" windows were used along coastal regions of the United States
in the 60's and 70's, but have since gone out of fashion.