Professionals Address Your Top 3 Worries About Installing Shutters In Las Vegas, NV01/27/2016Darik Neilson Every day, we get asked questions about how to install shutters in Las Vegas. How do shutters fit the special shape of my window? How does Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions put up shutters on a crank-operated window? Does a security system impact the way the shutters are mounted? I’ve encountered these questions previously and much more. And I want to assure you that when done by our experienced specialists, installing plantation shutters doesn’t interfere with your home’s security, the window’s shape, or its functionality. Here are the top three concerns about installing shutters in Las Vegas, and how our experts deal with them. 1. How Does A Window’s Shape Impact Shutter Installation? Windows a variety of shapes and sizes: circle, arch, octagon, triangle, rectangle, and more. But how are shutters installed (which are usually rectangular) on odd shaped windows? Our specialists measure the width and the length of your window, taking note of each and every curve, angle, corner, or arch. Next, we input the specifications into exclusive software to generate a template for the shutter that precisely matches your window. Now, the edges of the shutter frame follow the curve of your window. And when they’re installed, the shutter louvers can be operational across the entire window - regardless of its shape. That’s right. You won’t be locked into arch window shutters aren’t functional. And the shutters make the shape of the window shine! 2. How Does The Window’s Operation Affect How The Shutters Are Installed? Installing shutters on a window won’t affect how the window operates. Windows that open with a crank, tilt, or slide can have plantation shutters installed. That’s because plantation shutters are customized to fit the specific type of window in your home. Where the shutter frame is set up (either outside of the window opening or inside of it) is completely based on how the window operates. If the window utilizes a crank, the shutter frame is likely installed on the outside. The same is the case for windows that tilt in. And windows that slide have a shutter frame that’s placed on the inside of the window opening. The clearance available above and below the window, the shape of the window, and the depth of the windowsill also factor into the type of shutter frame you pick. Our experts consider the window opening’s depth, the existing window casing’s size, how much clearance there is above and below the window, and the shape of the window. Then, we fashion and mount your shutter frame to your window’s specifications. 3. Does A Security System Impact How The Shutters Are Installed? Your security system effectively protects you from thefts. When installing shutters on your windows, consider the sort of sensor you have in that room. If the motion detector is directly on the window frame or the window itself, installing shutters won’t alter the alarm’s performance or trigger it. That’s because the shutters do not obstruct with the detector’s signal. The only way the alarm is triggered is if the glass is broken or the window is opened. If the motion sensor is installed on the wall, shutters are not likely to trigger the alarm either. This sort of sensor transmits infrared rays and uses the reflection of those rays to detect if there is a disturbance to the environment. An intruder will create an obstruction to the sensor’s rays, triggering an alarm. The shutters themselves won’t. Our professionals have set up shutters with all kinds of different security systems in place. Installing shutters in Las Vegas should never come at the cost of your family’s security - and your peace of mind. Ask Us About Installing Shutters In Las Vegas, NV Have more questions about how to install shutters? Our specialists have all the tips and tricks to installing shutters in Las Vegas, NV. And we offer the best assortment of new shutters. Contact us at 702-850-6619 or fill out the form below to schedule your free in-home design consultation today!