Ball Bearing

Butt Hinges

Residential Spring

5/8" x Square Corner

Commercial Butt

Commercial Spring

Security Hinges

Stainless Steel Hinges

Double Action

Concealed Door Hinges

Screen Door

Wholesale Door Hinges

Door Locks, Knobs, Levers, and Deadbolts

Heavy Duty

Adj. Gate Spring Hinges

Weld-On Gate Hinges

T Hinges

Strap Hinges

Commercial Spring Hinges

Double Action Spring Hinges

Heavy Duty Strap Hinges for Gates

Heavy Duty BadAss Weld-On and Bolt-On Hinges

Heavy Duty Locinox Gate Closers and Hardware

Gate Locks and Latches

Safety Gate Latches

Drop Bolts

Farm Gate Hinges

Bullet Hinges

Gate Locks

Coded Gate Locks

Overlay Cabinet Hinges

Self-Closing Cabinet Hinges

Blum Cabinet Hinges

Concealed Cabinet Hinges

Full Inset Cabinet Hinges

3/8" Offset Cabinet Hinges

Demountable Hinges

Butterfly Cabinet Hinges

Small Butt Hinges

Lid Support and Stays

Overlay Cabinet Hinges

Drawer Slides

Cabinet Catches

Knife Hinges

Cabinet Knobs

Cabinet Pulls

Heavy Duty Hinges

Commercial Ball Bearing

Commercial Spring Hinges

Weld On Hinges

Wide Throw Hinges

Swing Clear Hinges

Locinox Gate Closers

Strap Hinges

Pivot Hinges

Concealed Hinges

Piano Hinges

Heavy Duty BadAss Hinges

Door Closers

Wholesale Door Hinges

Electrified Hinges

Commercial Locks

Lid Support Hinges and Stays

Furniture Hinges Table and Mirror

Marine Hinges

Parliament Hinges

Wide Throw Hinges

Swing Clear Hinges

Shutter Hinges

Torque Hinges

Piano Hinges

Continuous Geared Hinges

Barn Door Hardware

Bifold Door Hardware

Pocket Door Hardware

Lift Off Hinges

Wood Hinge Screws

Machine Hinge Screws

Door Installation Hardware

Door Stoppers Chocks and Silencers

Toolbox Bundles

Hinge Pins

Ball Catches and Strike Plates

Cabinet Catches

Flush Bolts

Handrail Brackets

Hinge Jigs and Templates

Weatherstripping for Doors

Door Thresholds

Gate Stops

Stainless Steel Eye Bolts

Shutter Hinges

Shutters are one of the most important components of the house. In addition to acting as an exterior architectural accent that accentuates the windows, they also protect against external elements such as heavy rain, storm, hailstorms and provide shade from the sun. However, they aren't functional without shutter hinges that allow them to be mobile and perform their purpose.

If you are searching for the best selections of shutter hinges, look no further than Hinge Outlet, Inc., where we stock them in various measurements, designs, and styles to help you find the perfect type. We're committed to helping you find the one that will work perfectly with your shutters to provide your windows the protection they require.

What are Shutter Hinges?

Shutter hinges consist of two separate parts that work. First, the hinge's pivot leaf is connected to the wall of the house or building to create a stationary axis point that allows the mobile leaf attached to the shutter exterior panes to move around in a 180-degree axis. However, what gives the mobile leaf its rotating and mobile function is the pivot leaf pintle.

In general, shutter hinges come in two main types – surface mount hinges that are fitted to the front or back of the shutters and the face of the window frame, and mortise hinges that are used with composite or exterior shutter (usually wood) that fits the inside of the window opening.

Popular Types of Shutter Hinges

  • Horizontal Strap Shutter Hinges:These are the most common shutter hinges used in the United States. They consist of a narrow band where its surface is screwed onto the shutter's top or bottom and pintle attached to the front casing.
  • Vertical Strap Shutter Hinges: This style is used when the divider rail and a third center hinge are needed to support the shutter. Overall, they are less popular than the other styles.
  • L-Shaped Shutter Hinges: Also known as the New-York style hinge. This is a modified take on the horizontal strap shutter hinges and is usually preferred for narrow shutters to enhance the mounting location of the pintle.
  • Clarks Tips Shutter Hinges: This style comprises one leaf attached to the external surface of the shutter casing and another to the front of the shutter panel. They are usually positioned adjacently.

How to Choose the Right Shutter Hinges for Your Project

You have to make many considerations when selecting the right type of hinges for your shutter. Besides considering your requirements, preferences, and needs, you will have to consider the architectural and technical aspects. These will depend on the siding around the window, the presence of molding, the type of shutters used, and how deep they will be positioned in the window. Additionally, you will have to consider where the pintle will be located and the overall thickness of the shutter, which could affect the hinge placement. More importantly, you will have to ensure there is allowance between the shutter and the window as you will have to use other hardware such as a pull ring or slide bolt. In most cases, if you are attaching to a non-flat surface, a brick, jamb, or lag pintle is ideal

Get Shutter Hinges from Hinge Outlet, Inc. Today!

For more than a decade, Hinge Outlet has strived to deliver high-quality door hinges at the best prices. That is why we offer a wide selection of door hinges, including door hinge stops flush bolts, ball catches, and more. In addition, we carry only premium hinge products from the top manufacturers and have also developed our line of products, so we have more quality control.

If you have any questions about our shutter hinges, please feel free to contact us today.