Nuvo Iron Louver Blinds & Shutter System – Hardware Kit (Designed for use of up to 48″W) – LSB48
A versatile and customizable product. Easily change the angle of the louvers to manipulate the rain, sun, and air flow to go where you want it to.
The product does NOT contain wooden boards / slats.
Get the look that matches your space by pairing our kit with the material you would like to use.
Our louver system works with 5 1/2 inch wide wood, glass, or vinyl panels for your slats (not included).
– Strong, durable, and with an added UV protectant, long-lasting.
– While perfect for conventional uses such as hot tub and pool enclosures, they also work beautifully in creative ways, such as privacy walls, or pergola roofs.
– Designed for use of up to 48”W
– Includes: 10 actuators, 22 brackets and screws
– One kit allows to install up to 11 wooden boards / slats.
IMPORTANT: Prior to construction, check with your local or regional municipalities for building code requirements in your area.
Louver Shutter & Blinds Instructions
For Corners: Alternate Installation is required so the louvers do not interact with the ones in the opening next to it. When completing Step 1, mark your post 2 ¾” from the edge to the center, from the bottom to the top of the opening, to create a center line to follow. And then continue with Steps 2 – 7.
Standard Installation Instructions
Step 1: Mark your post 1 ¾” from the edge to the center, from the bottom to the top of the opening, to create a center line to follow.
Step 2: Mark 3 ½” on the post from the bottom of the opening, centered on the previous line from Step 1.
Step 3: Using one of the actuators provided, place it with the bottom hole on top of the 3 ½” marking from Step 2. Mark the next spot using the second hole above in the actuator. Continue this until you reach the top of the opening.
Important: Make sure the last hole in the actuator is on top of the last marking before making the next mark with the second hole above.
Step 4: Now you can screw each “L” bracket in place on each of the markings from Step 3 using Screw A. Important: In this step, do not over tighten the screw as the “L” bracket must be able to rotate loosely.
Step 5: Now you can attach each board to the “L” bracket using 6 of Screw B.
Step 6: Attach each actuator one at a time to either the left or right side. Connect each one to the next “L” bracket using Screw A, overlapping it onto the next – there is an indent so they will be flush when you connect them.
Step 7: Using shears or snips, cut the last actuator flush with the bottom “L” bracket.