Green Manufacturing And Recycled Shutters In Salt Lake City

We provide window treatments containing some recycled content or are recyclable because we want to offer you sustainable shutter products. Polywood® shutters are not only a fully recyclable shutter, but they are also comprised of up to 20% recycled Polywood content. We’re the only shutter company in Salt Lake City or even the US that does that.

Sunburst supports green products, designs, and buildings. We aim for reusing materials whenever we can. We recycle water that cools down components as they’re finished in the ovens. We reuse packaging supplies. We reuse shutter scraps – or regrind them and turn them into new shutters. We recycle hundreds of tons of materials every year.

When we package our window treatments for transportation to your house for installation, we place reusable corner pieces on the sides of the louvers and use as little cardboard as possible to box up the shutters.

Non-Toxic Paint Finish For Shutters

Our plantation shutters are coated with patented paints that are environmentally safe – and are even below the standard volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions allowed. In our manufacturing method, none of our paints give off fumes. We mean it when we claim our paints aren’t toxic.

Polywood Shutters don’t give off harmful gasses – so you and your household can breathe easier and savor your window treatments.

The Only Shutter Recycling Program in Salt Lake City, Utah

If you ever decide to switch out your window treatment styles, we have a shutter recycling program in Salt Lake City to keep Polywood shutters out of landfills. What you have to do is simply remove the shutters yourself, and contact our store manager, Price, at 801-515-3598 to schedule a pick-up. We will come get your shutters and reuse some part of them in future Polywood shutters. This is true for Polywood shutters only—we are not equipped to recycle other shutter brands.

This way, it’s easy to recycle Polywood shutters. And, together, we’re helping keep the environment green in Salt Lake City.