Monument Shutter's manufacturing process combines state of the art equipment with hand crafted workmanship for the finest custom shutter available. Monument Shutter's wood shutters are manufactured using only the highest quality woods. The wood is kiln-dried, making it less prone to warpage and shrinkage and more resistant to temperature extremes.
Overall Thickness: 1"
Top Rail: 3.5" (3" on panel shutters)
Center Rail: 3.5" (3" on panel shutters)
Bottom Rail: Varies but at least 3.5” (3” on panel shutters)
Stile Width: 2.125"
Louver Size: 1.75"
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.
Pine wood is more susceptible to gradual rot in coastal and high moisture areas. If you do live in one of these areas, we recommend Cedar as a more suitable option. Be sure to seal and paint on an annual basis for the longest life. We do not recommend Pine shutters for functional use because they are light duty. If you decide to use them with hinges, we recommend you use 3 hinges on shutters taller than 45”.
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.
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.
for less warping
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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