Tier on Tier Shutters
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What are Tier-On-Tier Shutters?
Why Choose Broadview For Your Tier-on-Tier Shutters?
Tier-on-Tier Shutters: Your Questions Answered
If you’re considering tier-on-tier shutters for your windows, you may have some questions. To help you make an informed decision, we’ve answered some of our most frequently asked questions below.
Yes, tier-on-tier shutters can be installed on a bay window. In fact, bay windows are a popular choice for this type of shutter due to their versatility and the unique aesthetic they provide.
Installing tier-on-tier shutters on a bay window involves some additional considerations compared to a regular window. Since bay windows typically have angled or curved sections, custom measurements and expert installation are crucial to ensure a perfect fit and smooth operation of the shutters.
The number one benefit to choosing tier-on-tier shutters is the unparalleled control over light, shade, and privacy they provide, as both top and bottom panels can be operated independently.
They also allow for enhanced ventilation. By opening the top panels and keeping the bottom panels closed, you can enjoy fresh air flowing into your space while maintaining privacy and security.
The cost of your tier-on-tier shutters will vary depending on several factors, including the specific design and the size of the windows covered. Contact us to arrange a free visit from a member of our team, who will be able to provide you with a more accurate quote.
Yes, tier–on–tier shutters and double-hung shutters are essentially the same thing. The terms are used interchangeably to describe a specific type of window covering that consists of two separate sets of panels stacked on top of each other.
Though our headquarters are based in Poole, we provide our shutter supply and installation service to customers across the South.
Thanks to their versatile shape, full height shutters are suitable for any type of window, including bow and bay windows.