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|Use these ferrules to mount your vinyl exterior window shutters to an uneven surface. Ferrules help you stabilize the corner, end, or side of your vinyl shutter when the hardware will reach the surface but you can't push the exterior shutter flush with the outside wall.
Using ferrules as spacers will prevent your vinyl shutter from flopping back and forth or breaking during high winds. They can also be used to cover exposed screws or Shutter-Loks when installing exterior vinyl shutters on shake or shingles to make the hardware more eye-pleasing.
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- Puts a spacer behind your vinyl shutters
- Adds stability to your installation
- Disguises your vinyl shutter mounting hardware
- Lightweight plastic is easy to cut to size
- Will not rot, crack, split, or mold
- 40 year transferable warranty
Ferrules are the professional solution to mounting exterior vinyl shutters to stone, river rock, lap siding, uneven brick, or other irregular surfaces. You can even use the ferrules to stabilize the outboard side of the vinyl shutters when mounting them over the top of the window's trim.
Made of a type of styrene, ferrules can be trimmed to the proper length using a hacksaw or PVC pipe cutter. They double as a neat way to cover your exposed mounting hardware when installing vinyl shutters to shingles or shake, and can be painted to make the shutter mounting hardware blend with its environment.
Ferrules will work with either Shutter-Loks or painted screws. They can be used with any brand or style of exterior vinyl shutters for a professionally finished installation.
Video About Vinyl Window Shutters
|In this 90-second video, host Tim Carter describes some of the advantages of
exterior vinyl shutters over wood shutters. He also demonstrates just how easy it can be to
install vinyl shutters yourself. Click anywhere within the box below to begin the video.|
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|Did You Know...
Window shutters were originally created as window covers to literally "shut out" the sun, wind,
and cold because hand blown glass was too expensive and fragile for the common person to afford.
Most of those first shutters were latched on the inside and opened into the home's
interior. Over time glass became more widely available and the shutters were redesigned for the
exterior of the house to protect the glass which was still relatively expensive.