Interior Shutters

Internal shutters are an alternative method of shading. Usually they are chosen when the local architecture imposes it or the buyer chooses them for his own reasons.

Interior Shutters do not have their own frame and are hanging directly on the window frame or on the door ply.

Interior Shutters are also used as a means of shading on the doors (main entrances) that have glass and it is required to shade or forbid the view from the outside to the inside.


Interior Shutters are 22 or 24 mm thick and are made either from a block of solid merandi wood that has internal boards made of plywood or entirely of plywood.

In each case there is the possibility of different types and designs.


Shutters are hung on the ply with light hinges and locked with a mechanical or magnetic metal closure.

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