Our California shutters don't have unsightly tilt bars to spoil their look, and they're virtually maintenance free so you won't waste hours cleaning!
We custom manufacture all of our shutters, ensuring a perfect fit - we can make California shutters for almost any window style, including bay windows, arches, french doors, patio doors and sliding doors.
Our shutters offer you precise light and privacy control - helping to keep your home cool in summer and giving you total privacy unlike curtains or blinds.
You request a free no obligation quote, we come and measure your windows.
Our experienced team makes your custom shutters in our Toronto factory.
We install your beautiful new California shutters!
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As a guide, cheap vinyl shutters will cost around $10-$18 per square foot. Wood will be around $25-$40 and "premium" brand vinyl (like Hunter Douglas or Eclipse) will be around $30-$45. Our shutters are better quality than the most expensive vinyl, but typically our prices are in the $23-$30 per square foot range.
From quote to installation day, is generally around 7-14 days depending on the size and complexity of your order.
It varies according to the material they are made from, but our PolyTek shutters are virtually maintenance free - you can wipe them with a damp cloth to remove any dust but that's all you need to do!
Ours are designed to last a lifetime, other materials such as vinyl and wood generally will not last more than about 5-10 years. That's why we offer a lifetime/25 year warranty on all of our shutters - they are built to last!
Yes absolutely! The design of our California shutters is purposefully clean and timeless, so they won't go 'out of fashion' like curtains, blinds or shades. You only need to buy our shutters once - unless you move house!
Yes, and they look and fit perfect. We have fitted hundreds of shutters to bay windows of all sizes, we have years of experience and know how to do it right.
For more California Shutter frequently asked questions and answers, see the shutter 'FAQ' on the GTA Shutters website.