Whether you live in a small condo or a large estate, there’s always a place in your home for Eclipse Shutters. From the traditional window coverings to closet and patio doors, California and Plantation shutters can be used throughout the home. With a certain track system, they can even be used as floor-to-ceiling movable room dividers, allowing you to maximize and separate your space. Adding shutters to any room instantly adds a touch of class, and enhances the custom look of your home.
1. Shutters and the Standard Hinge System
The standard hinge system is used for most windows. It allows the shutters to open and/or fold out from one side. The standard hinge system is perfect for window openings from 6″ to 120″ high.
2. Shutters and the Bi-Fold Track System
The Bi-fold track system is commonly used for closet doors, though can also be an option for large windows, since it allows the shutters to slide and fold open. This system is designed to accommodate window and door openings from 24″ to 192″ wide and 20″ to 120″ high.
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3. Shutters and the By-Pass Track System
If you’re interested in using California or Plantation shutters as a room divider, or to separate living spaces, the by-pass track system will fit your needs. This system allows shutter panels to slide from left and right. It also accommodates window and door openings from 24″ to 192″ wide and 20″ to 120″ high.
Did you know? All Eclipse Shutters are waterproof, non-porous and UV protective, making them ideal for any area of your home!