Key features and benefits of tier on tier shutters
Our tier on tier window shutters offer a range of features and benefits that make them a popular choice for many homeowners and businesses in the UK:
- Versatility - Two sets of panels that can be operated independently for ultimate manoeuvrability
- Privacy - Ability to adjust the top and bottom sections of the panels for optimal balance of light and privacy
- Light control - Flexibility to control the amount of light entering your space
- Insulation - Improved energy efficiency due to an extra layer of insulation provided by the shutters
One of the key features that sets tier-on-tier shutters apart from other window treatments is their incredible versatility. With two sets of panels that can be operated independently, these shutters allow you to have complete control over the light and privacy levels in your space.
For example, you can close the bottom set of panels for privacy while leaving the top set open to let in natural light. Alternatively, you can close both sets of panels completely for maximum privacy and darkness.
This versatility makes tier on tier shutters an excellent choice for any room in your home or office, providing a customizable solution to your window treatment needs.
Privacy is a key consideration when it comes to choosing window treatments, and tier on tier interior shutters excel in this area, allowing you to control and maintain the exact level of privacy that you desire.
For instance, you can keep the bottom panels closed for privacy while opening the top panels to let in natural light. Alternatively, you can close both panels for maximum privacy. With this level of control, you can create the ideal atmosphere for your home or office.
That’s why this style is great especially for windows facing a busy street or directly facing a neighbour's house or a block of flats.
Light control is also of utmost importance when it comes to window treatments and plantation shutters tier on tier provide incredible flexibility in terms of controlling the amount of light that enters your space.
With these shutters, you have complete control over the amount of light that enters your room, allowing you to create the perfect ambiance for any occasion. Whether you want to let in natural light during the day or block out external light for a darker movie or party set, tier-on-tier shutters give you the ability to customize your space's light levels.
By adjusting the panels to different positions, you can easily filter light to suit your needs. This level of light control not only enhances the functionality of your space but also adds a touch of elegance to your interior design and create the ideal atmosphere for your home or office.
In addition to their aesthetic appeal, shutters tier on tier style also provide practical benefits to your home or office, such as improved energy efficiency. The extra layer of insulation provided by the shutters creates an air pocket between the glass and the shutters, helping to keep your space warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
This additional layer of insulation helps to reduce heat loss and transfer, which can lead to energy savings and lower utility bills. In addition, the shutters' insulation also helps to reduce noise transmission, making your space quieter and more comfortable.
Altogether, the insulation provided by tier on tier shutters not only helps to regulate your space's temperature but also provides a more peaceful and comfortable environment.
Easy to clean and maintain
One of the significant benefits of tier on tier plantation shutters is that they are incredibly easy to clean and maintain. The shutters' design and construction make them resistant to dust and grime, which means they require little effort to keep them looking clean and new. You can simply wipe them down with a damp cloth or use a soft brush attachment on your vacuum to remove any dirt or debris that may accumulate on the shutters.
Additionally, tier on tier shutters are less likely to develop issues like warping, cracking, or discoloration, making them a low-maintenance option for homeowners who want a window treatment that looks great and performs well with minimal upkeep.
Overall, tier on tier shutters are an excellent investment for those who value easy maintenance and hassle-free cleaning.
Durable and long-lasting
Tier on tier shutters are also known for their durability and longevity. Our shutters are crafted from high-quality materials making them resistant to wear and tear and unlike other window treatments, shutters are less prone to fading, warping, or cracking over time, making them an excellent long-term investment for homeowners.
With proper care and maintenance, the shutters can last for many years, making them a smart choice for those looking for a durable, long-lasting window treatment option.
Increased resale value of your property
Investing in tier on tier wooden shutters not only enhances the aesthetic appeal and functionality of your home, but it can also increase the resale value of your property. These shutters are a sought-after feature by homebuyers as they offer several benefits, such as privacy, light control, and insulation, making them an attractive addition to any home.
The timeless and elegant design of tier on tier shutters can also add a touch of sophistication to your interior decor, which can appeal to potential buyers. Additionally, the durable and long-lasting nature of these shutters can save money for future owners, which makes them a valuable asset in the long run.
Putting it on a balance, these shutters are an investment that can potentially increase the resale value of your property while providing a lot of practical benefits.
Customizable design options
We offer you a wide range of customizable design options so these shutters can be tailored to your exact requirements, from the size and shape of the windows to the material, color and style of the louvers.
With three materials available, including composite, Douglas fir wood and ash wood, you can select the material that best fits your needs in terms of durability, energy efficiency, and aesthetic appeal.
Additionally, you can choose from a variety of louver sizes, giving you the flexibility to control the amount of light entering your rooms.
With such a broad range of options available, our shutters can be customized to complement any interior design style, from contemporary to traditional, ensuring that they blend seamlessly with your home's decor.
Great for sliding sash windows
Tiered shutters are ideal if your property has sash windows, as the top and bottom can be opened separately.
Rather than opening the shutters fully, the tier on tier design allows you to open only the bottom and then slide the bottom sash up. If you have a double sash window (with the top and bottom sash sets open), it's even more versatile.
You can open the shutters at the top wide and let in fresh air through the sash windows at the top while maintaining eye-high privacy.
Christina Tam: I couldn't be happier with these tier on tier shutters! Not only do they look fantastic, but I have complete control over the amount of light that comes into my home. It's like having the best of both worlds. I can open the top panels to let in plenty of natural light, while still enjoying the privacy provided by the bottom panels. I would highly recommend them to anyone.
Bea Choudhury: I'm thrilled with my split shutters! I love that I can have as much privacy as I want without having to sacrifice natural light. They're the perfect solution for me, and I couldn't be happier with how they look in my home.
Tanja Duque: I absolutely love my new tier on tier window shutters! They're not only beautiful but also so easy to take care of. I don't have to worry about spending hours cleaning them like I did with my old curtains. They've made my life so much easier!
What type of window is the tier on tier shutter best for ?
Tier on tier plantation shutters are ideal for tall windows where the panel needs to be split in two for structural reasons. As you can see in the picture above, it's great for bay windows, sash windows, or windows with split points.
The perfect option for bay windows
Tier on tier shutters are the perfect window treatment for angled bay windows due to their versatility and application. Although all shutters can be mounted using one frame, the tier on tier style allows you to treat each window in the bay as a separate shutter and panel, giving you an exquisite look and finish, with proper use of the center window and shutters as needed.
This makes tier on tier shutter an ideal window display decoration for bay windows, also giving you ultimate control over light and privacy. You can leave the bottom closed and only open the top fully to illuminate the room completely. This is why bay windows were invented: to allow you to enjoy maximum lighting conditions in your building without sacrificing privacy, an issue especially if you have a bay window on the ground floor.
Wide colour palette
We offer different colors to suit different spaces. There are a variety of wood stain options, from pure white and crisp linen to clay and stone gray.
Of course, we know that your style is unique. If you need a custom color, we can prepare it.
Whether you need a shade that blends seamlessly with the surrounding decoration or a vibrant color that accentuates the space, our custom color service will match.
Request an estimate
We have made it effortless for you to request an estimate from us. Just fill out the form below, and we will promptly provide you with a rough estimate. To assist us in better understanding your needs, please consider sharing some information with us, such as the number of windows for which you consider installing plantation shutters, and/or the total area they cover.
Why choose tier on tier shutters?
Tier on tier shutters offer you individual control of both the panels and slats on the upper and lower sections of your windows. With the ability to open the top panels and leave the lower panels in place for privacy, you can enjoy natural light while maintaining your home's privacy. Simply tilting the lower slats at an angle ensures people outside can't see directly into your home while still allowing light to filter through the lower slats and upper panels. You can of course open back all the panels and have the glazed area open.
When opening the panels for a bay window, narrow panels work best, as they fold onto each other and sit neatly to the side. However, if you plan on keeping the panels closed most of the time, we suggest considering full-height shutters to reduce the amount of solid wood on your window.