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Builders Edge Shutter Clips (12-Pack)

Builders Edge

Shutter Clips (12-Pack)

$9.77 /each

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Product Overview

Builders Edge shutter clips provide an alternate method of installation without drilling through the front of the shutter and cannot be seen once fully installed. Installation also requires screws (not included). For use with all Builders Edge standard shutters.

  • Makes installation fast and easy
  • Durable and maintenance free
  • 1-bag contains enough hardware for one pair of shutters
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Not required for installation
  • AK, HI ship to store only

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can these support wood shutters? Or are they designed to hold vinyl shutters only?

Hanging cedar shutters over siding, and wondering if these are strong enough to handle the weight.
Asked by: Ross
I believe these are designed for vinyl shutters only since the grasping region between the prongs is only about 1/8" wide. The prongs are designed to grab a rib on the back of a vinyl shutter.
Answered by: Techno13
Date published: 2016-11-05

Can these be used on vinyl siding or should I use the shutter screws?

Asked by: Happyashevillegirl
First of all, I am very happy with my new shutter screws. I purchased enough to redo my entire outside windows, and it was simple, and the newly painted shutters look great. To answer your question, I really believe that this is your best option for either vinyl or brick. I can see them being applied to just about any surface that would accept a screw or nail. I have both brick and vinyl on my house and it did not matter. What ever size screw or nail that works for you is what you can use, as long as it is deep enough to hold the "shutter screws" (meaning that the shutter will be held securely in place). The good thing about this type of screw is that they are attached on the back of the shutter, so they are not noticeable or will not damage the face of the shutter. I used six screws for each shutter, or 12 for a complete window. I don't know why they call them screws, because you purchase the screws or nails separately in order to attach the so called "shutter screws" to your shutters. Bottom line, first determine where you should place the "shutter screw" on the back of the shutter in order to secure it properly, If you have different size shutters, you will need to take this into consideration. Longer shutters would, in my opinion, require at least six on each shutter. Order one or two extra, because you may damage one during installation, plus I wanted to have an extra one on hand so I could easily order more if needed. Then buy screws or nails that meet your needs...length and type of material you are securing the shutters to. When everything is obtained, make certain the shutter screws (or I call them fixtures) will fit on the framing molded into the back of he shutter. Then remove your old shutters and set them aside. Carefully remove the existing shutter screws or nails, and discard. However, try and not damage or change the surface of your siding around where the old screw holes will be extracted, as using the old holes should make it easier to reattach the new shutter screws. Take your time, and reattach the shutters, after, hopefully, cleaning them. You should be very happy with the results. Good Luck!
Answered by: retfoss
Date published: 2016-05-13

what situation are the clips used for.It seems they might be easy to install if I'm doing the job myself

Asked by: shelly
The clips are used to hold exterior plastic shutters that have a "line" of plastic that the clips lock onto. You press the shutter onto the clips.
Answered by: fixitnow
Date published: 2017-02-01

How securely will these clips hold the shutters?

My shutters are vinyl and tend to warp and pop out of the old clips? Will new clips hold the shutters in place or am I better off placing screws through the shutters into the brick? In the latter case will won't the screw heads be a different color than the shutters (hunter green)?
Asked by: George
I have shutters that were on the house when it was built. This style of clips were on the house from the beginning. I have had the shutters removed at least two times for cleaning and repainting. This style of clip is the best way to go. They screw right into the brick (in my case) , and then the plastic/vinyl shutters just clip on the existing clips by carefully lining up the clips with the back of the shutter and push them into the groove. They are very strong and support the shutter without worry of wind or anything that normally transpires throughout the year. Just ensure the clip is pinched together so each clip fastens to the shutter tightly. To remove, just slip a screwdriver behind the shutter near where the clip is positioned. Pull out with the screwdriver carefully until the shutter is released from the clip. Do the same for the rest of the clips and, walla, you have removed the shutter and the clips remain attached the house for installation again. The clips are attached to the house depending on the type of material you have as siding. In my exploration, I use these clips for brick fastened shutters, and have others that have screws through the shutter and into the vinyl siding. I believe the clips can also be used for vinyl, but have not actually tried them. I am painting the shutters, and with new screws holding the clips because of age, I hope to have a professional looking project when completed.
Answered by: retfoss
Date published: 2016-03-31
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Customer Reviews

Shutter Clips (12-Pack) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great and easy to install Wish they would carry in store. Ship to store and pick up worke... Worked great and easy to install Wish they would carry in store. Ship to store and pick up worked great however.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clips worked fine to hold the exterior shutter in place. I widened the channel with pliers. Clips worked fine to hold the exterior shutter in place. I widened the channel with pliers.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than the original High quality shutter clips that perfectly fit the original shutters. No problems with installation.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Exactly what I ordered Did what it was designed to do. Would be nice if screws were included with the shutter clips.
Date published: 2013-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These were exactly what I needed Replacement clips for composite shutters. These were hard to find but, Home Depot was the only one who sold them.
Date published: 2012-06-28
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