By Janiyah Cardwell. Blinds Parts. Published at Monday, August 06th, 2018 - 21:20:49 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.
Tapes. These can be normally found in aluminum or window blinds. Unlike ladders, tapes run down the front part of the slats to glue them together. Bottom Rail. This is a vertical blind part that is used as an anchor to hold the binds together. This is located at the end of the window blind, and normally matches the window blind.
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.
Now you take the bracket for the right hand side of the window and do the same as you did in step one. Again make sure that the open part of the bracket is facing towards you. Plus you need to ensure that the position of the holes for the right hand bracket are parallel with the holes on the left hand side and this is where you would use your spirit or laser level to check.
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