We’re staying true to our pioneering legacy and introducing another first to the South African market! Our ‘Secret Tilt’ range of shutters is the latest innovation in adjustable louvre shutters, offering architects, interior designers and property owners another choice in their already wide selection of shutters and blinds.
“The ‘Secret Tilt’ range has a unique gear system positioned within the stile of the shutter,” says Stephen Palmer, managing director of AMERICAN shutters. “If you want that clean and minimalistic look then this is the option to go for. In addition the operation is smooth and precise to give a quiet and silky feel.”
Interior design is constantly calling for efficient and uncomplicated products with contemporary, clean lines that work seamlessly in all décor styles and our ‘Secret Tilt’ range offers exactly that. The absence of the tilt rod provides an uninterrupted view between the louvres; maximising the environment in which they are installed. This versatility is a principle at the heart of why shutters are so often the preferred window finish in leading interior design; enhancing views and the inside-outside flow of a space.
The louvres of the ‘Secret Tilt’ range of shutters are adjusted by tilting any one of the louvres within a set. The operation is silky smooth and complements our high standard for all interior and exterior shutter ranges.
We offer a wide range of shutters available in a choice of raw materials and finishes suited to endure the climatic conditions of South Africa. We have many finishing options ranging from ironmongery to systems such as the Secret Tilt, ensuring that there is a range of shutters available to suit all budgets; from first time homeowners to commercial property developers.
“When choosing which shutters to install, it is very important that all options are closely scrutinised. Consideration must be given to raw material and the quality of finishes, installation and service as well as guarantees on products and workmanship, only then can price comparisons can be made,” says Stephen.