Rear Mount Tilt Rod Shutters In Philadelphia to Open View

On the back of each louver is the rear mount tilt rod which is a thin metal strip that lets you control the tilting movements of your plantation shutters. Using a tilt rod is an easy and functional way to get the appearance of a hidden tilt rod in Philadelphia without the expense of an internally mounted gear mechanism.

Hardly visible from the front, the rear-mount tilt bar lets you control your view. You simply adjust one louver to the desired position, and the rest of the louvers move in sync.

With the tilt rod installed on the back of the louvers, your plantation shutters provide your room a contemporary feel. And, similar to a front mount tilt bar, wiping your shutters is a piece of cake when the tilt rod is in the back.

Our favorite attribute of a rear-mount tilt rod is how it enables the design of the shutters to shine. Your shutters look clean and modern without the visible distraction of a tilt rod. 

We install the tilt bar this way because we like the sleek look it adds to plantation shutters in Philadelphia. Our installation professionals custom make plantation shutters with rear-mount tilt rods in Philadelphia to fit your windows and style perfectly.