By Josie Early. Blinds Parts. Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 14:16:34 PM.
Headrail. This is located at the top of the blind and where the tracks for movement can be found. Valance. This is the covering for the track. The valance of a blind can be made of wood, plastic, aluminum, vinyl or fabric, and its durability is determined by the quality of materials used in its construction.
Ladders. The ladders are what hold the horizontal slats in place. They are threaded through each slat, thus creating a ladder look. Tapes. Typically found on wood or aluminum window blinds, tapes are unlike ladders in that they run down the front of the slats to bind them together. Bottom Rail. The end of the window blind construction, this is hardware that is used as an anchor to hold the blinds in place. The bottom rail is normally coordinated to the window blind itself.
Tilt Control. This allows you to control the tilting function. Connected to the tilt control is a long rod that lets the blind be titled open or shut out. When tilted open, the blinds will reveal the gaps between the slats and when shut out, it offers total privacy.
After drilling the holes which are parallel to each other you are now in a position to screw the brackets in place. It is a good idea before you actually screw the brackets to the walls is to insert some wall anchors into the holes. These will help to provide a more secure fit of the screws.
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