Similar to the classic board and batten style but with a playful upgrade, our Board and Batten Z Bar exterior shutters have personality and long-lasting durability. Made with Extira® Composite material, you can enjoy this fun farmhouse style without worrying about weathering or warping.
Composite Board and Batten:
Vertical Board Thickness: 1"
Horizontal Batten Thickness: .625"
Overall Thickness: 1.625"
Sizes less than 18" wide = 3 Vertical Boards
Sizes 18"- 24"wide = 4 Vertical Boards
Sizes 24"+ wide = 5 Vertical Boards
We use 2 battens/crosscleats on all composite board & batten shutters. If you wish to have 3 battens, please make a "Note" when placing your order.
PRIMED SHUTTERS NOTE: Monument Shutters uses a tinted grey primer on all products to ensure full coverage. Primed shutters may require a light sanding upon arrival before you apply your color of choice.
All Monument Shutters are made to order and quality inspected prior to leaving our facility. Thanks to the fastest shutter delivery time online — most standard orders ship in 15 business days or less*.
Don’t see the size or style you’re looking for? Good news: we create custom orders at no extra cost. Get in touch to tell us about your specific needs.
Please Note: Monument Shutters uses a tinted grey primer on all products to ensure full coverage. Primed shutters may require a light sanding upon arrival before you apply your color of choice.
For additional questions, please visit our help center or contact us.
For every composite naysayer who complains, “it’s not real wood,” you’ll find us enthusiastically responding with this truth:
No — it’s better!
How It's Made
And we mean it. Our shutters are made from Extira composite material, giving them unmatched durability. How? The secret is in the sustainable construction.
But the benefits don’t stop there.
Shutters made from Extira composite are literally good for the planet. With an unlaminated, one-piece solid substrate, Extira panels are high-quality, strong and made to last.
And we forgot the best part: they’re also extremely affordable.
"Extira composite shutters are also resistant to moisture, rot and termites — making them the perfect outdoor shutter to stand up to the elements."
Extira is a treated wood composite panel product made from wood fiber, phenolic resins, zinc borate and a water repellent. While the wood fibers make up 90% of the material, the zinc borate — an EPA-registered biocide — works to control potential rot and other wood-destroying organisms.
So, where does the sustainability come in? Well, Extira is made from wood that has no commercial timber value. By utilizing this locally-sourced “leftover wood” without added urea formaldehyde, Extira panels contribute to industry green building programs and comply with the California Air Resources Board’s Airborne Toxic Control Measure 93120.
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