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Anywhere in the US produce things like pic related, or would I have to custom make them? All my googling just gives me plantation shutters which are both ugly and thermal break HQ.

Apologies for the potato quality, could only find an example in an old Grand Designs episode.
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>>2167286
>Anywhere in the US produce things like pic related
Probably.
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>>2167286
No. Wooden or wood-clad interior blinds over 5/8-inch thick are prohibited by the IFC.
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>>2167353
God dammit. Don't suppose you'd be able to point me towards the specific code or where I'd be able to locate the code? My thought is there might be a loopholes with how a blind/door/shutter is defined.
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>>2167353
After examining many code books, I do believe this is bullshit.
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>>2167353
Then build them out of fabric covered plastic
People act like one code doesn't allow room for workarounds



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