* Our Plantation Shutters are Manufactured Locally in Port St. Lucie!
* You can visit our Factory/Showroom in Port St. Lucie!
* Our Factory/Showroom Address: 460 NW Concourse Pl Unit #12, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986, USA

If you need more information, please let us know, by sending an email to [email protected] or call us: (772) 333-4110 .


Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 6:00PM
Sat - 9:00AM-5:00PM
Sundays by appointment only!

How To Install Plantation Shutters?

One of the most asked questions from our clients is about installing shutters, so we decided to explain it in a simple way.

Tools for plantation shutters install

Tools You Will Need

Helpful Hints Before You Begin Installing Plantation Shutters: Carefully unpack your shades and all mounting hardware. Familiarize yourself with the contents of the box and ensure all installation hardware is included.


  • Steel Measuring Tape
  • Pencil
  • Level tool
  • Step ladder (if necessary)
  • Screwdriver or power drill (with ¼” hex driver and drill bit)
  • Hammer

How to Install Plantation Shutters

If you measured for Plantation shutters, follow these simple installation steps:


Step 1

Find enough working space to assemble your frame, preferably in front of your window frame. Lay out frames and strips on carpet or quilts to avoid scratches, and match the appropriate corners to ensure proper fit.

Step 2

Assemble the frame by tapping the key into pre-routed slots on the back of each frame.

Step 3

Center and level the frame on the inside of the window opening. If you are using hang strips, center and attach the strips to both sides of the opening. Make sure they are set so the panels are as close to flush with the wall as possible.

Step 4

Once the frame is centered and level, screw the frame into the wall in three places through the pre-drilled holes: top left and right corners, and once in the top middle. This will ensure that the top of the frame is square and level.

Step 5

Attach the panels to the frame by inserting the hinge pins.

Step 6

Ensure there are no gaps and test your shutters. Open and close the panels, checking for clearance between panels and proper alignment. If adjustments are necessary, move the side frames back and forth.

Step 7

When your shutters are even with no gaps, secure the frame using additional screws through the pre-drilled holes.

Step 8

Attach the button catch by placing the catch on the lip of the window frame, ½” from the inner edge of the stile. Screw the catch into the frame.

Step 9

Place the strike plate onto the catch and close the panel to determine the proper location for the strike plate. Mark where the button should be on the panel with a pencil. The button should be installed ½” from the inner edge of the stile.

Step 10

Remove from the catch and screw it into the panel.

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