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OUR STORY

Built through three generations, GP Shutters is a company of carpenters and painters with extensive experience crafting solid wood window treatments with a specialized focus on plantation shutters.

For over thirty-five years, our family-owned small business has been revered as builders of the highest-quality plantation shutter, ensuring each customer project is executed with an emphasis on craftsmanship and attention to detail.

With a portfolio of nearly 10,000 window treatment projects, the trained team at GP Shutters has perfected the home-shuttering process from precise measuring and polished production to professional installation.

George Hays

George Hays

Retired

With over 80 years of carpentry experience, George has immeasurable knowledge that is focused on creating special solutions for complex projects.

Phil Hays

Phil Hays

Measuring | Shutter Production | Installation

After learning construction from the ground up, Phil has been honing his carpentry skills for over 40 years and uses his acute attention to detail to ensure a high-quality product is produced on time, every time.

Payden Hays

Payden Hays

Measuring | Shutter Production | Installation

Representing the third generation in the GP Shutters family, Payden has been practicing carpentry for over 15 years and continues to cultivate his craft.

Sherri Hays

Sherri Hays

Office Management | Customer Service

Taylor Koerner (Hays)

Taylor Koerner (Hays)

Scheduling | Office & Woodshop

Nathan Robbins

Nathan Robbins

Installation

Brad Koerner

Brad Koerner

Shutter Production

John

John

Painting | Staining

Smokey

Smokey

Shutter Production & Sanding

Judy

Sanding

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