Tier on tier shutters are window coverings that have two sets of panels stacked vertically. The top and bottom panels can be operated separately, allowing you to control light, privacy, and ventilation independently for each section.
Here are the key points about tier on tier shutters:
Dual Panel Operation: Tier on tier shutters have two separate sets of panels, one on top and one on the bottom. You can open and close each set of panels independently of the other.
Privacy Control: By opening or closing the top and bottom panels separately, you can customize the level of privacy according to your preferences. For example, you can keep the bottom panels closed for privacy while opening the top panels to let in light.
Light Control: With tier on tier shutters, you have flexible control over the amount of natural light entering your space. You can adjust the top and bottom panels separately to let in or block out light as desired.
Ventilation: These shutters offer improved ventilation options. By opening the top panels while keeping the bottom panels closed, you can let fresh air circulate into the room while maintaining privacy and security.