Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 10:43:09 AM. . By Amber Stovall.
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.
Groovers are used only on fabric blinds to serve as a protective covering. In some instances when groovers aren't used, weights are placed at the bottom of the slat. Ladders. This is the part that that holds the slats in place. They are inserted through each slat, hence, creating a ladder effect.
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