With the right tools and DIY skills, you and a friend can do shutter installation services in one afternoon as shown in this video. The tools you’ll need include a ladder, shutters, a measuring tape, a pencil, a standard level, drill and bits, a hammer, and, if you can, throw in snips or a hacksaw blade. Keep in mind that the shutters are sold in pairs and include hanging hardware.
When starting the shutter installation services, position the shutter first, with the top being flush with the top edge of the window drip. Be sure to leave a 1/4-inch gap between the window trimming and the shutter since the window will expand and contract.
After marking the outside corner with a pencil, lay the shutter flat on a work surface suitable for drilling and mark the four mounting hole locations, with one in each corner. Then, use a multipurpose ¼-inch bit to pre-drill the holes.
Now, use a multipurpose 1/4-inch bit to pre-drill the holes. Then, reposition the shutter on the wall and, using the mounting holes, drill pilot holes using the appropriate-sized bit. All the while, you’ll want to bore into the wall surface to a depth of 3 and 1/4 of an inch. Finally, drill the plot holes gently to fit the shutter locks in place, step back, and look at your magnificent work.