Improving the curb appeal of your home can add value and make your home updated and more modern. A simple improvement like shutters draws attention to the windows and brings color to the front of the home. With the right tools it is a simple project which should only take you a brief amount of time, although many people think attaching dividers is difficult. The results are instantaneous.
Measure and drill holes that are 1/4-inch in your camera to your own shutter locks or screws. Space two locks equally at the top and bottom to get windows. Space two for shutters in the center. The ridges on the shaft are somewhat made to lock against the timber, very similar to a wall mounted and more pronounced, although A shutter lock looks like a twist. They don’t back out like rust or a twist. It’s possible to use an outside deck washer and screw instead of a camera lock however, you will need to paint the head of this screw to match the shutter.
Hold the shutter up near the window in the place you would like. It’s a fantastic idea to have one person hold the camera while a person stands back and guides him to find the place that is best. Mark guidelines around the camera perimeter. Mark the holes for your shutter locks.
Hurry through the stucco using a masonry carbide drill bit. Stucco and wire mesh are to 3/4 inch thick. Change into a standard wood drill bit once your bit keep drilling and hits wood.
Hold the shutter above your holes. Press the camera lock through the stucco deep to the wall and through the vinyl shutter. Use a small hammer to tap the lock until it’s snug. Do not overtighten and dimple the shutter. Repeat for every shutter lock. If you are using screws, use a wood screw which will be tight in your holes.