DIY Interior Shutters: Keep the Prying Eyes Out
Interior window shutters have been used for a relatively long time, first on the inside and then now on the outside. They are commonly installed as; a shade to prevent the sun beams from getting in too early, to keep the prying eyes of nosy neighbors out or just as some form of architectural beauty. They also help in keeping the winter’s cold breezes and the summer’s heat waves at bay. They are relatively easy to install on either side of the window. They attach to a very thin frame that’s either on the inside of the windows opening or on the outside of the windows frame. The shutters have to be installed without blocking out all the light. Therefore, the frame should be in the correct position, to allow the shutters, the needed mobility. The fitting of shutters is a quick process that you should be able to handle.