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Vixen Hill

Vixen Hill
Phone: (800) 423-2766
Address: 69 E. Main St., Elverson, PA 19520
E-mail: office@vixenhill.com
REX Storefront: www.rexbilt.com/collections/vixen-hill
Website: www.vixenhill.com

    In 1983 Vixen Hill took the best aspects of historic shutter design and incorporated them into the first Vixen Hill Cedar Shutters. The company continues to add custom design options and authentic shutter hardware to its product line. Quality and affordable pricing makes Vixen Hill the “standard” in shutter design. Specify original Vixen Hill shutters when only the best will do.

    Quote custom designs with discount pricing on Vixen Hill’s website

    Typical Materials: Wood, metal and plastic are common materials used in the construction of shutters. Each has its benefits and each its limitations. Metals oxidize in salt environments. Plastics fade, become brittle and deform in strong sunlight. Woods rot in moist stagnant environments. Remember to consult a Vixen Hill professional when considering the use of non-wood materials.


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    Wendy C. Dry August 9, 2014 at 3:26 pm

    I have a large front porch. My Mom would like to have it enclose. How much would it cost & how long it would take?



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