Hanging shutters can be tricky business if there is not a complete understanding of the offset options or requirements. Depending on the style of window or siding material, the offset needed to hang a shutters can vary dramatically. Aeratis offers everything needed to mount shutters in a surface mount application. If a different offset is needed and the shutters cannot be installed using a surface mount, additioanl hardware may be needed. Below are a few of the standerd offsets to help with the hanging shutters.
- Surface Mount
- Surface Mount II
- Surface Mount III
- Recess Mount
- Recess Mount II
- Decorative Mount
- Decorative Mount II
Recommeded Steps to Hang Shutters
- Attach the hinges to the shutters first. Meausure one inch up from tthe bottom of the shutter and place the “L” Hinge. Make sure the hinge is flush with the side of the shutter. Using the hinge mounting screws, fasten the bottom hinge to the face of the shutter. Please Note: When mounting the hinge on the face of the shutter, mount the hinges on the side that will be hidden when the shutters are in the open position.
- Monting the center hinge is critical. Make sure the center screw is centered on the shutter.
- If possible, place peice of a louver on the window sill. Center the shutters over the opening. Have someone hold the shutters in place. Take the pintle and slide the pintle shaft into the hinge opening then install the 3 pintle screws.