Customer service and quality is our #1 priority on all installs.
Unlike many of our competitors, we are NOT just a dealer for shutters. Many companies buy shutters in bulk from China at a measurement that is close to your window measurements.
Instead, we hand build every one of our plantation shutters at our local manufacturing plant in Denton, TX - no middlemen.
We are family-owned and operated. When you call, you speak directly with our owner, NOT a middleman or pushy sales person.
Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed or your money back. We have been serving McKinney, TX and Frisco for decades.
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Because we are locally owned and operated in the Denton, TX area, we are able to save you money by keeping our costs down while still ensuring you get the highest level of quality when it comes to custom interior shutters in McKinney, TX and Celina. We offer free quotes on the best materials and have customer testimonials across DFW including reviews on Angie's List and Service Magic. Call today!
It is well known that people don’t do business with a business, they do business with people they trust and like. All of the staff at DFW Custom Shutters not only know their job well, they enjoy their job and the people involved. We express this spirit of appreciation from the start to finish with every customer. To experience the DFW Custom difference, schedule your free in-home consultation today. We look forward to hearing from you.
Words to know - shutter info:
Offset: The space or distance between the mounting surface of a shutter’s hinge and the surface of the house.
Pintle: A hardware piece mounted to the house or window frame that receives a shutter hinge or other pivoting piece of hardware.
Rabbet: A step shaped channel cut into the stile of a shutter that allows shutters to overlap slightly when closed.
Rail: This is the horizontal portion of the shutter frame. The rails have tenons on the ends, which join the mortises that are cut into the stiles.