By Amber Stovall. Blinds Parts. Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 11:07:54 AM.
Headrail. This is situated at the top of the blind where the window blind movement tracks are located. Valance - This acts as the covering for the track. The blind's valance can be made out of various materials such as vinyl, aluminum, wood, or fabric. Its durability or strength is determined by the quality of the materials used during its construction.
Rod. The first part of the vertical blind is the rod. This part is the horizontal bar that holds the vertical bar and allows you to adjust the blinds. Cord. The cord, the string hung from the top of the vertical window blinds, is the part that lets you adjust vertical window blind's height.
Patio blinds are made out of a variety of materials. Bamboo is quickly becoming a new favorite for it's eco friendly and unique design. Plastic, cloth and woven materials are usually used, but new types of materials are being developed and tested. Some choose to pair up blinds and materials to be used as a type of window treatment. The vertical blind is frequently accompanied by cloth curtains, just as french blinds are paired with valances.
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.
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