Composite solid panel shutters incorporate a central flat or grooved section. This craftsman styling of the solid smooth panel is a twist on the more traditional raised panel shutter. Outside composite shutters are constructed from Extira™, a solid all-weather durable material. It is virtually impervious to moisture, rot, and termites, insuring an extremely long life. Widths and heights are available in quarter inch increments for a near perfect fit. Customize the configuration with or without a divider rail. Order unfinished, primed, or fully factory painted.
Learn the best way to measure for outdoor composite shutters with step-by-step written instruction and supporting video. We guide you through the measuring process and help to determine the best method for installation of stationary and functional exterior shutters.More Information →
ShutterLand composite exterior shutters currently require approximately 6-7 weeks to manufacture. The production period may vary, depending on a number of factors. We do not guarantee production or shipping times.More Information →
Shipping is FREE for most shutters. We ship all composite exterior shutters from our manufacturing facility in Alabama. We generally ship using UPS or FedEx Ground, resulting in a shipping period under one week.More Information →
12 – 32″ in ¼″ increments (W)
15 – 96″ in ¼″ increments (H)
2 ½″ wide (S)
2 ½″ height (TR)
2 ½″ height (DR)
2 ½″ height (BR)
⅝” thick (GP)
|Finish & Colors|| Standard paint (9 colors) *|
Custom ($100 match) *
Unfinished – paint grade
Tongue & groove joints
Back is flat without detail
Approximately 6-7 weeks
|Warranty|| Limited lifetime|
|Measure|| Stationary Shutters |
|Install|| Stationary Shutters |
Extira composite shutters are built for years of service. The material is specifically engineered for outdoor use, and is perfect for environments with a wide range of temperatures, varying humidity or harsh weather conditions. Extira does not expand and contract which prolongs the paint finish. The stiles and rails are 1.25 inch thick and defining center panel is 0.625 inch thick. Extira composite shutters have been installed on homes in all 50 states across America.
Solid Panel: This attractive exterior shaker shutter style is defined by the featured center solid panel. Choose from either a flat or grooved center panel. The flat panel is simple in composition with a modest, yet dignified, presence. A grooved panel conveys the illusion of vertical boards flanked by an elevated perimeter. Both variations of the outside sold panel shutters are popular throughout the United States.
Divider Rail: A divider rail separates the shutter into top and bottom panel areas. The divider looks much like the top rail and is an option for heights equal to or less than 70 inches. For window shutters in excess of 70 inches, the divider rail is required for added stability. The use of two divider rails results in three solid panel areas. The divider rail location can be centered or placed at a custom location by providing the measurement from the bottom of the shutter to the desired center of the divider.
Finish: Solid panel composite shutters are available unfinished, primed, or fully factory painted. Unfinished shutters need to primed and painted prior to installation. Primed shutters arrive ready to paint, while fully painted shutters can be immediately installed. ShutterLand has nine standard house paint colors that include white, black, gray, green, brown and red. For specialty colors outside of standard spectrum, we can match a custom paint for a one- time additional fee of $100 for the entire order. Composite shutters cannot be stained.
Measuring: Ideally, exterior shutters should appear properly sized to close over the window opening. The shutters on either side of the window would then each measure half of the window width. The height of each shutter should be equal to the window height. If the solid panel shutters will not function (swing open and closed), the ordered shutter sizes are less critical. The method of installation will need to be taken into account when finalizing sizes. Our composite shutter measuring page will help guide you through the process.
Installation: Outside solid panel composite shutters can be installed to be stationary or functional. Fixed shutters are secured directly to the building in a permanent position with no intention of having them move. ShutterLand exterior composite shutters ship with clear Polycarbonate installation brackets. The optional braces affix the shutters in a static location beside the window. Functional shutters use operable metal hardware to attach the shutters to the window to swing open and closed. A helpful composite shutter installation guide is provided to assist in the process.
Time: Composite groove and flat panel shutters require about 6-7 weeks to manufacture. After construction is complete, the shutters will be shipped direct to the provided address.