Vertical Window Blinds Installation Guide
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Last updated: Monday, April 28, 2008 | 13065 Views

Installing vertical blinds is one chore most people will not look forward to doing.

This is especially true unless mountaineering up and down ladders whilst trying to manage numerous tools, rods, strings, and blinds sounds to you like an amusing way to use up an afternoon!

One reason why this is such an undertaking task is that countless vertical blind tracks are intended for windows that are quite bulky and often unmanageable.

Vertical blinds can be up to 16 feet long and are awkward to handle.

This makes the mission a bit tricky for one person to handle alone and installation can be tricky to manage unless you know the steps.

But hang on to your ladder and cordless drill; read our step by step guide and you will soon be enjoying your new vertical blinds.

For longer blind tracks there is one more concerned and that is trying to hang them evenly.

This can be a fussy challenge for one person to challenge unaccompanied. If you don’t hang them precisely you run the risk of your blinds not closing properly.

Today, vertical blinds are an affordable, easy to install window covering, availalble in many styles, colors and finishes.

If that wasn’t difficult enough, the very slats on blinds can be problematically lengthy and unfeasible to handle while trying to keep stability on a ladder with no one helping you. What’s more you run the risk of wounding your hands on the hooks that are used to support the blinds.

If you settle on hanging the blinds yourself rather than opting for expert fitting you ought to at least take the safety measure of wearing protective gear in order to take care or your hands. You may also think about wearing safety glasses to guard your eyes as the ends of the blinds can offer projectile trouble that could consequence in vision loss.

If you have custom ordered your vertical blinds, odds are that the company you got them from will offer fitting services either as a consideration for a somewhat minor price.

If the blinds you’ve bought are motorized you should certainly go for expert help with the fitting. It is quite easy to install the remote that controls the blinds yourself however. This part is as straightforward as connecting a phone jack.

Vertical blinds offer a surprising variety of materials to choose from, wood, metal, and polyvinyl. So you shouldn’t have any problems finding exceptional vertical blinds to match your decor taste.

You could use vertical blinds to make a small room appear much bigger as well as making a large, open room seem cosier. Verticals are also great for sliding glass doors and windows that open horizontally, making it easy to open and close them with ease while also providing the style, privacy and natural light control you need.

You might want to keep in mind that whilst vertical blinds are a stylish touch, they are not suitable or sensible for all rooms. Especially in rooms such as children’s bedrooms, and places pets roam.

For step by step instructions on installing your vertical blinds, continue on by reading our complete vertical blinds installation guide.


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