Multiple layers of wood are bonded together to bolster the stability of the core of the stile – making for a robust and hearty support system for your shutters.
Prescription Wood Conditioning
Our trademarked wood drying technique dries the wood to emulate the environmental conditions of the location where the shutter will be installed. This practice also reduces post- installation shrinking and swelling.
Mortise and Tenon Joint
Traditionally used in demanding furniture and building construction, mortise and tenon joints are designed to withstand the shear stress and racking forces applied when operating a shutter.
Patented Polypropylene Coating
Superior to traditional paints, our patented Polypropylene coating makes shutter surface extremely durable and robust, resistant to cracking or chipping over time.
Next Generation Louver Tilting Mechanism for function, performance, style. InvisibleTilt™, a breakthrough louver tilting mechanism, is engineered to enhance your shutter ownership experience. Unobstructed view, streamlined appearance, tight and even louver closure, no protruding moving parts – with InvisibleTilt™from Norman, louver tilting mechanism just evolved.
Craftsmen have recognized that quarter-sawn wood results in a superior shutter with remarkable strength and stability. These boards are highly prized and well worth the effort and time it takes to produce them.