By Alexis Elizondo. Blinds Parts. Published at Monday, August 06th, 2018 - 17:19:14 PM.
You probably already know what a window blind is and that it provides a decorative and sometimes affordable way to control the natural lighting in a room. You also most likely also know that blinds come in various colors, sizes and materials and can be customized to your taste. But what are the parts of a window blind and how do they work? Let's start at the top and work to the bottom.
They're also slightly heavier than their real counterparts. So, if you're attempting to cover a large bay window, it might be worth have separate blinds for each section. One large blind could weigh down too heavily on the head rail, eventually causing it to break, leaving your faux wooden blinds in a large heap on the floor.
When it comes to us learning how to hang blinds the internet is a great source of information on this subject. However, it is still important that before you begin installing any blinds in your home you read through the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the ones you have and will ensure that you fit them correctly as they may differ from those we have shown above.
Slats. This part is pretty self explanatory. The slats are the parts of the blind that run either vertically or horizontally depending on your type of window blind. Slats are also made from various materials like wood, fabric, bamboo, vinyl or aluminum. Groovers. These are used exclusively with fabric blinds to cover and protect the fabric. Usually when groovers are not used, weights are at the bottom of the fabric slat.
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