Over 30 Years of Experience Transforming Homes in South Florida

California Shutters began manufacturing and installing custom interior plantation shutters in Miami Gardens, Florida in 1988, and has run continuously as a family owned and operated business ever since. Over the course of nearly three decades we have perfected our skills in designing, manufacturing, and installing the most luxurious window treatment you can buy. Our impeccable customer service, unparalleled delivery times, and unrivaled craftsmanship have consistently exceeded the expectations of our tens of thousands of customers. We treat every customer like family!


Our Process

We want to make upgrading your window treatments as painless and stress-free as possible. Unlike most other companies you can purchase shutters from, we actually manufacture and install your shutters ourselves. By dealing directly with us, you are cutting out the middle man, and you know that you have one point of contact when discussing the design, delivery time, and installation of such a large purchase. Here's how the process will play out:

  1. Schedule your FREE IN-HOME CONSULTATION with one of our technicians
  2. Design and purchase the plantation shutters you have always dreamed of
  3. Wait 2 weeks
  4. Our fully insured and bonded installation team arrives and completes the installation in one day
  5. Enjoy the completely transformed feel of your home

Our Products

Synthetic "POLY" Shutters

About 15 years ago, the synthetic (or "poly") shutter was introduced into the marketplace and received immediate praise. Our founder, Ed Salomon Sr., was one of the pioneers in developing and perfecting the poly material used around the world today. Our synthetic shutter is impervious to moisture and humidity, so it is extremely popular down here in South Florida and the Caribbean. If you are looking for the lowest-maintenance and most cost-effective shutter on the marketplace, the synthetic shutter is for you! You can clean the synthetic shutters with any mild household cleaner, and you won't cause any damage if the shutter gets wet on a regular basis. Our synthetic shutters come in two colors--white or off-white--and are the choice of nearly 80% of our customers. What's the best part? You can't even tell the difference between the synthetic and real wood shutters!

Real Wood Shutters

Traditionally, all plantation shutters were made from real wood, and the species of wood most commonly used was basswood. We've kept that tradition alive, and continue to manufacture both stained and painted wood in our facility in Miami Gardens. Many of our customers ask "with the benefits of your synthetic shutter, why would I ever buy a wood shutter?," and that's a great question. We do all of the finish work on our wood shutters here in our facility, which gives us the flexibility to stain or paint wood shutters any color under the sun. Do you have new stained kitchen cabinets you want to match? No problem! Do you fancy a very particular shade of white for all of the moldings in your home? No problem! We can custom match any color so that your shutters fit seamlessly into the color and style of your home.


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Visit our Facility

We hear stories--almost daily--of customers who spent thousands of dollars on a deposit with the most inexpensive shutter company they could find, only to have that company disappear on them without delivering the finished product. We welcome you to visit our facility and see our operation for yourself. You can rest easy knowing that your shutters are being manufactured here in South Florida and will be installed in your home within the window that we initially promise. We are located just off the Palmetto (where it runs East-West) and 47th Avenue, offering easy access from Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties.