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Wooden Shutters vs. Synthetic Shutters

April 13, 2012

When it comes to comparing wooden shutters to synthetic shutters, it all comes down to choosing what works best for your budget and décor. Read further to learn more about the differences between wooden and synthetic shutters.

Pros of Installing Wooden Shutters

Wooden shutters are a more classic choice. High quality wooden shutters will last for years and can easily complement a wide range of decorating styles. Wood Shutters can be custom stained to match the existing wood stains in a room, or painted.

Pros of Installing Synthetic Shutters

Synthetic shutters are a great choice for those looking to “green” their home. Synthetic shutters insulate up to 3 times greater than wood, lowering your heating and cooling costs. Synthetic shutters can be a great choice to install in a kitchen or bathroom, as there are some synthetic shutters available that are fire retardant and water resistant.

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Add Curb Appeal from the Interior of Your Home with Wood Shutters

April 3, 2012

When it comes to adding curb appeal to your home, there are several things to take into consideration. The first thing to take into consideration is the landscaping. Green grass, trimmed trees, and plants that are full of life and color instantly add curb appeal to your house. The next thing to take into consideration is the walkway to your front door as well as the driveway. Cracked concrete or asphalt, or the lack of a clear walkway or driveway detracts from appeal of your home. The third area to consider is the paint color of your home and the condition of your roof. Improving these areas can add curb appeal while also adding value to your home.

While many homeowners consider curb appeal to only apply to the exterior of your home, the interior also affects how your home is viewed. If the front of your home has large windows, it’s important to have proper window treatments like wood shutters. Whether left open or closed, wood shutters add appeal to the exterior and interior of your home.

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Redecorate a Room without Starting from Scratch: Hardwood Shutters

March 26, 2012

When it comes to redecorating a room, there’s no need to completely start from scratch. Existing furniture like your sofas and chairs can be easily reupholstered or slipcovered. If you aren’t entirely in love with the flooring in a room, cover it with a large area rug. A dull or beige room can be quickly brightened up with a new paint color.

Redecorate with Hardwood Shutters

Another way to add warmth and color to a dull room is to install hardwood shutters. Traditional hardwood shutters add character and texture to room while also adding function. Shutters are great for light control, privacy, and insulating a room. Hardwood shutters while a traditional window treatment complement a wide range of decorating schemes.

Rather than completely overhaul a room next time you’re in the mood to redecorate, make quick and simple changes.

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Don’t Waste Money on Poorly Made Window Treatments: Choose High Quality Wooden Shutters

February 28, 2012

No one wants to be the homeowner with buyer’s remorse after they make important design purchases. The number one way to avoid having buyer’s remorse is to learn where to save money now and where to spend money. Those who frequently suffer buyer’s remorse are homeowners who decide to save on one area of décor by purchasing a cheaply made item and within a couple of years find it’s already ready to be replaced.

One area where it’s better to spend now is on window treatments. Cheaply made window treatments age much quicker than a high quality treatment such as wooden shutters. Wooden shutters have the longevity to last the years to come and are easier to maintain than other window treatments, as they simply require a light dusting every so often.

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Hardwood Shutters Last Longer and Look Better

February 14, 2012

Stained Wood ShuttersLesser quality wood can give shutters a cheap and dated appearance while hardwood shutters look timeless and classy. The key to finding the right shutters for your home is to select a manufacturer who only uses the highest grade hardwood available. High grade hardwood that is finished correctly makes solid and stable shutters perfect for those looking for a long term window treatment to invest in.

Custom Built Hardwood Shutters for Your Home

Hardwood shutters can be custom designed and manufactured to fit your windows and doors. Choosing Danmer Custom Shutters as your shutter manufacturer and installer gives you 100s of framing options, finishes, and color matching to complement your existing home décor. Danmer Custom Shutter can also offer green conscious homeowners sustainably harvested and environmentally certified wood shutters.

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The Best Substitute for Wood Shutters

February 2, 2012

While you may love the look of wood shutters, your concern for the environment may cause you to look for a wood shutter substitute. It’s important to do your research when shopping for synthetic shutters as not all wood shutter substitutes are made from greShutters Stained Plantationen building materials. If you have young children living in your home, you’ll want to check that the synthetic materials used to build the shutters are safe and non-toxic.

Choose Thermalite Shutters for the Look and Feel of Wood Shutters

For the look and feel of wood shutters without the cost of the earth’s natural resources, choose Thermalite Shutters from Danmer Custom Shutters. Danmer has created a non-toxic, flame retardant, water-resistant synthetic material perfect for homes with children. Thermalite Shutters are also perfect for those looking to make their homes more energy efficient as they can insulate up to three times better than wood shutters.

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Quality Matters for Your Custom Wooden Shutters

January 13, 2012

If you are shopping for custom wooden shutters, it is important to know that not all wooden shutters are created equally. In order to ensure your shutters will last the upcoming years, check that your custom shutters are made using the highest grade hardwood available. Higher grained hardwood is tight grained, low resin, and closed pore. With a proper high quality finish, resin from the wood will not bleed through the finish or discolor the stain.

Why ‘Custom’ Wooden Shutters?

One of the best things about having custom wooden shutters built for your home is being able to find the right stain or paint color to complement a wide range of decorating schemes. Another benefit of choosing custom shutters over premade wood shutters is being able to fit shutters into oddly shaped or sized windows and doors. For the highest quality wooden shutters turn to Danmer Custom Shutters.

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How to Select High Quality Hardwood Shutters

December 29, 2011

Hardwood shutters are classic window treatments that add beauty to any room in your home. When shopping for hardwood shutters look for shutters made from high quality materials for maximum longevity. High quality hardwood shutters should be constructed from tight grained wood. Shutters that are made from wood that is closed pore, tight grained, and low resin will last longer and will not bleed through the finish or discolor the stain of your choice. It is also important to purchase hardwood shutters that have been properly finished.

Find the Right Hardwood Shutters for Your Home

Danmer Custom Shutters has been producing high quality hardwood shutters for over 30 years. With a variety of stains, colors, and paint available, you will be able to match your hardwood shutters to the décor in your home. Danmer also offers customers the option for sustainably harvested and environmentally certified wood.

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The Difference between Poor Quality and High Quality Wooden Shutters

December 20, 2011

One of the biggest things that set wooden shutters from one manufacturer apart from another is the quality of the construction. You will want to choose a wooden shutters manufacturer who only selects the highest quality wood and parts to custom build shutters for your home. Shutters should only be made of the highest quality hardwood. High quality hardwood proves to be more durable and tends to have low resin content so resin will not bleed through the finish or stain.

When purchasing shutters you will also want to learn the quality of the tension system. What materials are used to open and close your wooden shutters? Check the dowels, staples, and stiles. When low quality moving parts are used, your shutters will have a shorter life.

Many shutter manufacturers offer warranties to put weight behind their claims of high quality wooden shutters. Check these warranties out beforehand to find the window treatments that will work best for you.

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Beautify Your Home with Custom Wooden Shutters

November 30, 2011

In order to have the most beautiful wooden shutters in your home, you need to choose shutters that are made from the highest quality hardwood. Having custom wooden shutters made for the rooms in your home will also guarantee that your shutters will fit correctly in each window, no matter its size or unique shape. Custom wooden shutters are available in a variety of stains to complement the furniture and décor of your unique home.

Custom Wooden Shutters from Danmer

The highest quality custom wooden shutters are available from Danmer Custom Shutters for those living in California. Danmer Custom Shutters has over thirty years of experience designing, manufacturing, and installing custom wooden shutters in California homes. Their wooden shutters are made from the highest quality wood and finished with a Diamond Coat Finish so they will not bleed through.


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