Real Wood…Real Quality
Shutter panels from O’Hair are made from the finest grades of White Poplar (Cottonwood), a North American hardwood. Our lumber is harvested on family owned land, from landowners who demand sustainable forestry and responsible conservation, leaving a proud legacy for future generations.
Four critical joinery details are important in the design of a quality shutter panel. In each of these, O’Hair Shutters combine time-honored methods of construction with computer-controlled precision (+/- .005″) resulting in panels built to last for the life of your home…
Types of Shutters We Sell
At Carolina Shutter Company, we offer well-designed hardwood shutters to our clients. These customizable shutters combine excellent functionality with superb quality. Whether you want to showcase a gorgeous mountain view, have additional privacy, or provide long-term protection from the sun’s UV rays, we have a shutter that’s right for your home.
Six Reasons to Get Real Wood Shutters
Greater strength-to-weight ratio:
Pound for pound, nothing beats the natural strength of wood.
This fact, combined with superior construction techniques,
allows our shutters to offer single panels
up to 50 inches wide and 133 inches tall.
Mortise & Tenon Joinery:
This time honored method of
construction is integrated
into each panel…
Monolithic Louver Tenons:
Linear grain structure is far
stronger than plastic pins….
Continuous Tilt Rod Linkage:
We use our own continuous aluminum linkage in our tilt rods guaranteeing a
lifetime of trouble free operation.
Natural Wood Grain Beauty:
Paint or stain, Ultraprime or Sandbrushed
the natural beauty shows.
Practically all of the related tree harvesting is done on family owned, private land, from landowners who demand sustainable forestry leaving a proud legacy for future generations.
Real wood is renewable, durable, recyclable, biodegradable, attractive
and strong because it is
a natural product.
The grain structure from tree growth gives wood both its beauty
and its strength.
Our shutters’ lumber supply comes only from mills who use state-of-the-art forestry managment and