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|Want an exact match? This color sample kit allows you to shop with confidence knowing that you will get the right color of exterior vinyl shutters for the job. The Mid-America color sample kit contains a miniature molded vinyl shutter in each of the available shutter colors (16 in all).
We charge a mere $5.00 to cover the cost of processing, but we will include a discount code worth $5.00 that can be applied to your next order of $100.00 or more!
Molded-through colored vinyl shutters are not paintable.
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- Made in USA
- Get an exact color match on Mid-America shutters
- Miniature louver and raised panel shutter styling
- Textured wood-grain finish
- Handy color name/number reference chart
With the wide selection of styles, sizes, and colors of vinyl window shutters available, it is no wonder that Mid-America makes the world's best selling vinyl shutter. Made from weatherproof fade-resistant polypropylene (a durable plastic for outdoor use), Mid-America vinyl window shutters are built to last and backed by a lifetime transferable product warranty.
The Mid-America sample shutters are made from the same vinyl material that Mid-America shutters are molded from. They are double sided - one side looks like a louver vinyl shutter and the other side looks like a raised panel vinyl shutter.
After you receive your vinyl shutter color sample and you don't see a color that matches your home, please remember we have a paintable vinyl style available. This will give you the flexibility to match your exterior vinyl shutters to virtually any color scheme. Please note that molded-through vinyl shutters are not paintable.
|4" including tab|
|3 1/2" excluding tab|
|Each color chip:
|All color chips:
|Material||Fade-resistant vinyl (duraprene)|
NOTE: Please do not rely on the colors that
are displayed on the screen. To get an exact color match, we strongly recommend
before placing your
order for custom vinyl shutters.
Help us to help the environment. Please don't put your product sample into the trash.
After you have finished inspecting your product sample, we would appreciate if you would
return it to us so we can reuse it. Simply package it up and return it to:|
ESSCO Exterior Products
11386 Amalgam Way
Gold River, CA 95670
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the advantages of vinyl shutters over wood shutters?
The color-through molded vinyl shutters are easy to install, easy to clean, do not warp, crack, fade, peel, split, or rot. Exterior vinyl shutters also provide better resilience than wood shutters under harsh conditions, such as near the ocean or in areas that receive heavy rainfall.
- How are the discounts handled if I order more than one product sample?
If you place a single order with more than one sample, you will receive a single discount code for the combined amount that can be applied to a single order. If you place separate orders, you will receive a discount for every order you place that can each be applied to a separate order or they can be combined on one order. If you wish to apply your discounts in another way, give us a call and we will be happy to assist you.
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.