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Solid Poly Shutters: A Shutter You Can Depend On

Last updated 7 years ago

Blinds and shutters made from synthetic materials such as vinyl are great for the environment and for the home, but many specific types have drawbacks.  Solid Poly shutters, however, compensate in every way where others fail.  They are more durable, block out more light, and are more aesthetically pleasing than shutters made with other synthetic materials.  Consider the following advantages when shopping for an environmentally-friendly product to treat your windows:

  • Durability.  Unlike alternatives which are not solid, solid Poly shutters are made of a solid synthetic material with an aluminum core.  Because of the aluminum core, solid Polycore shutters carry the weight of wood, which adds to the illusion of traditional wood shutters.  Also, Polycore shutters benefit from having their paint finish baked on so the finish will last a long time. 

  • Light Blockage. Because of their solid construction, solid Poly shutters block the light. Blocking more light means they’ll help keep your home cooler in the summer, making your home more energy efficient. Who wants shutters that don’t properly block out light? That is, after all, the primary purpose of shutters.
  • Aesthetics. Poly shutters come in a variety of finishes to fit the tastes of many different designers and home owners. Poly shutters can create a more natural look without those obtrusive looking caps.

For more information on solid Poly shutters, contact Bay Area Vinyl Shutters serving California’s greater Bay Area. We offer many different types of window treatments, so you are sure to find what you are looking for. Visit our website or call us at (408) 263-3300 to learn more.

 

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