Several years ago I built exterior shutters for the front of my house. Initially, I was going to buy them and quickly found out that they were going to cost me over $400 a pair. Wow, that was too much so I decided to make them myself. I bought rough cut cedar wood at my local big box store, cut them down to the right length and put them together using glue and screws. I used a KREG jig to help me get the right angle for the screws. The wood I bought for this project cost me $103 at Lowes. I had enough wood to build 2 shutters.
Mailing address P.O. Box 381281 Germantown TN 38183 __________ All filmed on a Canon Power Shot ELPH 340 HS. __________ Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Always read and follow the manufacturer’s safety guidelines before you use your tools. Also, seek professional advice and training before using any welding equipment. Never operate any tool without wearing the proper personal protective equipment. Welding can be dangerous. If you have any uncertainty before you perform any welding task or use any tool, stop and learn a safer method. Download ANSI z49.1 and read it before doing any welding. you can download ansi z49.1 at aws.org. I'm not an expert so don't do what I do.