Shutters on sliding glass doors

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Old 02-13-2016, 07:54 PM
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Many people wonder what plantation shutters look like on sliding glass doors.
Here's a picture of a recently installed plantation shutter on a 12' sliding glass door.
Price is usually around 1,850.00 installed
And like all our shutters comes with a lifetime NO QUESTIONS ASKED warranty from us and the manufacturer.
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Here's another smaller slider
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Do these shutters allow the stacked sliders to fully retract, and if so, are the shutters hidden the same as the door(s)?
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Do these shutters allow the stacked sliders to fully retract, and if so, are the shutters hidden the same as the door(s)?
Great question, I took a look at our 12 ft sliding glass pocket doors, and I do not see how these would work.
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No they do not but, the louvers do stay in open position when panels are stacked to the sides which means you can see through panel still.For your type of slider we can stack the panels on the wall to clear your pocket style sliding door
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Thank you for the clarification.
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Here's a 72" nook slider when stacked back. image-jpg
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