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When your eyes are set on adding or replacing shutters, measuring windows correctly can make or break the new look for your home. Dive into these helpful tips to make measuring for exterior shutters quick and easy!
First things first, go outside and identify which windows you want to either add shutters. Keep in mind that shutters may not work for every window depending on their size or location.
Measuring for exterior shutters is quick and easy. If you’re looking to add decorative shutters, simply measure each window’s height and width, then divide the total width by two to determine the width of each individual shutter.
The general rule of thumb when measuring your windows for shutters is, always measure twice for accuracy! This not only confirms your measurements are correct, but it’ll also give you peace of mind when it’s time to install them.
If you are using functional hardware, you will need to record additional measurements around the window casing and molding. Measuring for functional hardware is an important step in the measuring process!