|Add our decorative hinges & S-hooks to your decorative exterior shutters for the perfect finishing touch! Our faux shutter hinges and faux tiebacks will add an authentic colonial style appearance to vinyl shutters, wood shutters, composite shutters, fiberglass shutters, or any other decorative shutter installation.
These decorative strap hinges sell in home improvement warehouse stores for more than $19 per set. Buy them from ShutterContractor.com and save big!
* * * These hinges really look great! * * *
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- Made in USA
- Easy installation on any decorative exterior shutters
- Alignment guides to ensure proper position
- 100% vinyl construction
- "Hammered" wrought iron appearance
- Authentic colonial styling
- Made from lightweight weatherproof vinyl
- Self-centering hole starter to make drilling easy
Designed to make your decorative shutters look functional, our hook and hinge kit for exterior shutters works well with any style - whether they are louvered, raised panel, or board and batten shutters. The kit contains 4 faux strap hinges, 2 S-hooks (right & left), and 10 mounting screws.
The beauty of these decorative hinges is not just superficial. They are quick and simple to install, and the black finish really stands out against your exterior window shutters. The best part is they make your house look like a million bucks!
- 4 faux shutter strap hinges
- 2 S-hook faux holdbacks (one right and one left)
- 10 mounting screws
- Installation instructions
|Hinge Width||1 5/8" (at the hinge)|
|Hinge Length||6 1/2"|
|S-Hook Width||1 1/2" (at center)|
|S-Hook Height||6 1/4" (top to bottom of S)|
|Material||Fade-resistant vinyl (duraprene)|
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|Did You Know...
Exterior shutters were once an indication that the homeowner was too
poor to afford glass windows. However, times have changed. When the
Spanish colonized the Americas, they brought with them their own
concepts of architecture including exterior window shutters. During the
slave trade era window shutters changed drastically in form from the
shanties in the Bahamas to the plantations in the South to townhouses
in New England and became a status symbol for the wealthy. Today exterior
shutters are still a common addition in affluent neighborhoods.