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Fitting Custom Windows with Eclipse Custom Shutters

Eclipse custom-made shutters are the perfect window treatment for your home! They are a stylish and classic decorating choice that works well with both traditional and contemporary styles. Shutters provide an upscale look while also providing privacy, light control, and energy efficiency for the homeowner. 

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All Eclipse Shutters are custom designed to fit each specific window or door. They can be made in eleven specialty shapes to fit arches, quarter circles, half circles, hexagons, octagons, and a variety of angles and curves. Bi-fold and By-pass shutters are a practical solution for French doors, patio doors, closets, and room dividers. Seven decorative frame options allow the shutters to be mounted inside or outside the window frame. Hinges are available in stainless steel, brass, and the Eclipse specialty colors cotton and pearl.

Louver size is a matter of personal preference. Eclipse manufactures shutter louvers in three sizes: 2.5 inch, 3.5 inch, and 4.5 inch. The most popular is the 3.5 inch louver. For a clean and modern look, try the Eclipse UltraClearview® hidden rear tilt system that has the tilt bar placed on the back of the shutter. Placing a traditional tilt bar on the front of the shutter creates a classic plantation shutter look. Both tilt bar options allow the shutters to be adjusted for optimal light control and privacy. Bi-fold shutters and by-pass shutters can also be opened to let even more light into the room.

To enhance any décor, Eclipse Shutters are available in three neutral colors: cotton, pearl, and vanilla. The UltraSatin finish gives Eclipse Shutters the look of painted wood without the maintenance issues associated with wood. These colors will never fade, yellow, crack, or peel, so the shutters will look great for years. Eclipse Shutters is proud to offer an unconditional 25-year guarantee, the longest manufacturers’ warranty in the industry.

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