- Made in USA
- Color-coordinated to match Mid-America vinyl shutters
- Adds a "button" to your shutter appearance
- One piece vinyl construction
- Permanent weatherproof installation
- Reverse barbs prevent backing out
- Holds in any material - no studs necessary
- No rusting
- Large head won't pull through shutter - even in high winds
- One bag is enough hardware for one pair of vinyl shutters
- Lifetime limited transferable warranty
Patented Mid-America Shutter-Loks are mounting hardware designed for a quick vinyl shutter installation. They are color-coordinated to match Mid-America exterior vinyl shutters. Shutter-Loks make installing your exterior shutters a snap!
There are 12 pieces in a bag - enough for 1 pair of exterior vinyl shutters. These fasteners will give you better results when you know that metal screws will not hold, and they do not require any anchors. Shutter-Loks will work even when you don't have any studs to attach your exterior vinyl shutters to, and they will hold in virtually any material, including:
- Fiber Cement
- Faux Stone
- Natural Stone
Simply drill a 1/4" hole through the vinyl shutter into the side of the building, tap in the Shutter-Lok with a hammer, and you are done!
Exterior shutters that are 55" and greater in height require 12 Shutter-Loks per shutter pair. For vinyl shutters that are less than 55", Mid-America recommends using 8 Shutter-Loks per pair.
Mid-America Shutter-Loks are available in 16 molded-through permanent colors and one paintable type of vinyl - a perfect match any of the colors of Mid-America exterior vinyl shutters.
|Diameter of Shank||1/4"|
|Diameter of Head||3/4"|
|Molded-through Material||Fade resistant vinyl (duraprene)|
|Paintable Material (color #030)||Polypropylene (styrene)|
|Paint Required (color #030)||Outdoor Flat or Semi-Gloss (inexpensive paint recommended)|
|Primer Required (color #030)|
||An inexpensive primer recommended|
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I remove the Shutter-Loks from the vinyl shutters once they are in place?
Slide a chisel behind the shutter until it comes in contact with the Shutter-Lok. Make sure to keep the sharp edge of the chisel away from the wall. Give the chisel a sharp tap with a hammer and it will cut through the Shutter-Lok. After the shutter is removed, shear the remaining part of the Shutter-Lok flush with the surface and bore out the shank with a drill. Fill the hole with silicone to weatherproof. See our Vinyl Shutter Removal Instructions for additional information.
- 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.
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.|
Easy Lok, Tap-in Fasteners for Vinyl Shutters, Window Shutter Plastic Clips for Brick Walls, Shutter-Loks Price, Window Shutter Fastener, Plastic Nails for Shutters, Outdoor Window Shutter Hardware, Shutter Locks, Reverse Barbed Button Locks, Shutter Plugs, Plastic Inserts for Shutters, Clips for Shutters on House, Vinyl Shutter Fasteners, Faux Exterior Shutter Hardware, Replacement Shutter-Loks, Installation for Vinyl Shutters, Plastic Shutter Pins, Push Pins for Shutters, Press Lok for Vinyl Shutters, Plastic Anchors