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14 3/4"W x 47"H Mid-America Vinyl, Standard Size
14 3/4"W x 47"H Mid-America Vinyl, Standard Size

14 3/4"W x 47"H Mid-America Vinyl, Standard Size Williamsburg Double Panel Shutters, w/Installation Shutter-Lok's & Matching Screws, 002 - Black

Product ID : 27056097
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Galleon Product ID 27056097
Shipping Weight 10 lbs
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Manufacturer Mid America
Shipping Dimension 47.99 x 15 x 2.99 inches
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Brand Mid America
Color 002 Black
Size 14.75'' X 47''
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14 3/4"W x 47"H Mid-America Vinyl, Standard Size Features

  • Shutters are Decorative which Fits Window Heights of 46in.-48in. (Window is not included with the shutters)

  • All sizes are nominal and will vary +/- up to 3/4" of an inch at any given time, depending on weather it is hot or cold out

  • Comes with mounting hardware (shutter loks and screws)

  • Injection molded vinyl construction and fade resistant vinyl for long lasting curb appeal

  • 030 Paintable option is the only Paintable Option for all sizes (can be painted by using a 100% high quality acrylic paint)


About 14 3/4"W X 47"H Mid-America Vinyl, Standard Size

The Mid-America Williamsburg Raised Panel Standard Vinyl Shutters are decorative window dressings that provides a deep texture and precise look. These vinyl shutters are an excellent choice for home styles such as a Cape Cod, Federal, Shingle, or Foursquare. Raised panel exterior shutters from Mid-America can be used on any surface such as wood, aluminum, and masonry. Please note that due to limitations of individual monitors the colors you see on your screen may not be a totally accurate representation of the actual product. We strive to make our colors as accurate as possible, but screen images are intended as a guide only and should not be regarded as absolutely correct.