Yes, vinyl shutters have a faux wood grain to mimic an authentic wood shutter! They are a great value, add curb appeal, and have a hassle-free installation. To view the installation instructions, please visit: https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/29/29fd8133-da47-420c-8ab4-a50866563193.pdf
Yes, we have a "Paintable" option, among the color selections. Please choose that one, and you can paint the shutters upon arrival. For best results, use a 100% acrylic paint or paint that is formulated to bond to plastic and vinyl. We recommend Sherwin Williams A100 or equivalent. Always follow the paint manufacturer’s instructions for surface preparation and priming. Pro Tip: Ensure the product is clean and free from debris. Use a TSP (Trisodium Phosphate) based cleaner prior to painting.
Thanks for reaching out! While the panel size cannot change, the placement of the panel can be customized. Please reach out to a Home Depot Representative for a quote and order. As these shutters are available in full inch lengths, and solely decorative, it typically looks best to go with the smaller inch that you are in between. Let us know if we can further assist! Happy to help.
Yes, it comes with mounting hardware.
Thanks for reaching out! The most common offsets are 30/70 (30% top panel, 70% bottom panel) or 40/60 (40% top panel, 60% bottom panel). However, you can choose the proportions on these custom shutters, to match your window. Please reach out to a Home Depot Representative for assistance!
Thanks for reaching out! <br> All vinyl shutters are a flush, decorative mount. The economical pricing makes them a great choice to dress up the face of the house, however, they are non-operational. Please check out our large selection of wood and composite shutters, for functional options! Feel free to reach out to a Home Depot Representative for assistance on Ekena Millwork Shutters.
Thank you for checking with us first. I would not recommend vinyl shutters for this application. Mainly because vinyl shutters are not solid shutters. All vinyl shutters are made hollow, so without any reinforcements these shutters would be very flimsy. When you install these shutters against a house, it works fine since you cannot see the backside and they aren't flimsy because they are fixed to the wall in a few places. If you are looking to make a door of some kind, I would recommend the wood or composite wood shutters.
Thank you, Joe. I ordered the 'paintable' model. I didn't know there was one. I'm a rookie :)
Yes your shutters can be returned.