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Louvered Shutters were traditionally used on upper-story windows to provide ventilation when the house was “shuttered” or closed for the season. Louver width is generally a function of sun angle so the further south, the wider the louver blade. Bahamas shutters are hinged at the top to allow adjustment to varying sun angles.
Tip: Use louvered shutters on all upper levels with narrow louvers in the north and wider blades to the south. Use medium blade Bahamas style in the islands.
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