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|Mid-America metal shutter clips provide a more aesthetically pleasing vinyl shutter installation than other shutter mounting hardware. Rather than piercing the exterior shutter, these clips are fastened to the wall and then the vinyl shutter is snapped into place.
Please note that when you order vinyl shutters, the mounting hardware is already included. Order these shutter clips if you would like an alternate shutter mounting method with no visible hardware.
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- Made in USA
- Nothing visible on shutter surface
- Permanent installation
- Clips to the shutter from behind
- Made for Mid-America standard vinyl shutters
- 40 year transferable warranty
Use Mid-America shutter clips when you want to mount your exterior vinyl shutters without piercing them. While it requires a little more work to install your vinyl shutters this way, the end result will be no visible mounting hardware on the surface of the exterior shutters.
Just fasten the shutter clips to the wall and press the standard vinyl shutters into place. Once the clips have snapped into place, the exterior vinyl shutter installation is permanent.
Mid-America shutter clips are made to fit standard sized Mid-America vinyl shutters only.
|1 9/16" across the "T"|
|11/64" at the base of the clip|
Frequently Asked Questions
- My exterior wall is uneven. How do I install my exterior vinyl shutters?
You can use ferrules (a short cylindrical pipe) as standoffs to keep your vinyl shutters stable. Simply paint them, trim to size, and mount them behind your exterior shutters. Do not to put wood blocks behind the vinyl exterior shutters because they will rot fairly quickly.
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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.