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  • Acrylic Block Shutters From Hy-Lite
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 6/7/2011
  • The lightweight acrylic Coronado block shutters can be mounted inside or outside existing window jambs in 20 minutes and sized to fit almost any window. More

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  • When Style Matters, Customizable Shutters Make a Magical Difference
  • Source: ebuild 1/15/2010
  • With the various styles and customizable elements of its Architectural and Classic Collections, Atlantic Premium Shutters literally offers more than a thousand ways for a homeowner, custom builder, architect or remodeler to create a home exterior look that is completely its own. Traditional shutter styles are available in the boldest of colors and with design options that add distinct modern touches to historically-accurate charm. More
  • Adding the Elegant Finishing Touch with Shutters
  • Source: 3/4/2009
  • From classic federal or colonial architectural styles to contemporary eclectic, shutters can add another dimension to set a home apart from all others. Fully customizable to each homeowner's specifications, historically accurate Atlantic Premium Shutters have earned approval from review boards and preservation committees across the country, even in the most historically sensitive areas like Charleston, South Carolina, Ft. McHenry in Baltimore and the Historic Holy Cross neighborhood of New Orleans. Atlantic Premium Shutters also meet the Heritage Preservation Guidelines of Historic Landmark Buildings, as published by the National Park Service. More

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