Raised Panel Shutters

Raised Panel styled shutters are the new “traditional” over louvered. Found on many Colonial, Georgian, Federal, or Manor style homes with brick or siding being the primary face material. Raised Panel shutters on homes of this type create a classic appearance. The shutter style’s popularity during the last number of decades has firmly entrenched the raised panel style as the “traditional look.”  The solid three dimensional characteristics of the raised panel shutters provide a substantial presence on homes versus the open and airy feel of louvered. Large building mainly faced with brick and mortar can be enhanced by the use of raised panel shutters.

Weather Works* Raised Panel styled shutters can be ordered in a number of panel configurations, in either a rectangular or arched top shape dependent on the existing window type.  Shutters can be fabricated in various product thicknesses, and in any width or length. Typically 2 or 3 panel configurations, with or without the transom window panel are the norm.

Typical Configurations