Classic look. Quality construction.
Our Southern Yellow Pine shutters offer the timeless appeal you love about wood shutters with workmanship you can trust to last.
Our manufacturing process combines state-of-the-art equipment with old-fashioned hand-craftsmanship for the finest custom wood shutters on the market.
A vast number of homeowners prefer the look of real wooden shutters over other materials — but the idea of paying up scares them away. With our Southern Yellow Pine shutters, you can enjoy the elegance and appeal of natural hardwood at a price you’ll love.
Pine is abundantly grown across the southern United States, making it a superior product that is easily available and affordable — perfect for homeowners looking for a budget-friendly, durable wood option.
“Well constructed, exactly what we were looking for, and the range of styles and sizes made the purchase easy and affordable … and made here in the U.S.A.”
One of the most dense soft woods available, Southern Yellow Pine is a popular choice in the construction trade thanks to its favorable structural applications and excellent screw-holding capabilities — and that makes it an excellent species for shutters.
Our wood shutters are manufactured using only the highest quality Southern Yellow Pine with a beautiful wood grain pattern, and can arrive at your doorstep raw/unfinished, primed or factory finished in your choice of 10 of colors. Plus, our wood is kiln-dried, making it less prone to warpage and shrinkage and more resistant to temperature extremes.
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