Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 09:33:05 AM. . By Céline Tubbs.
First take the bracket that will be fitted to the left hand corner of the window frame and place it flush against the frame of the window. It is important that you can see the open part of the bracket. Once you have it in the right position use a pencil or pen to mark where the holes in the bracket meet with the wall by the window. Take the bracket away and now with the right size bit fitted to the electric drill make the holes in the marked positions as this is where the screws will go.
Vertical blinds can be a great addition to enhance the look of any room. You can rely on it to keep the sun out, help conserve energy while giving a beautiful complement to your home. If you have huge windows, you know very well how the rays of the sun are magnified once it passes through the glass pane. This can prove beneficial during winter but not during the summer months. The sun will not only make your room hot but can cause your furniture to damage and fade. This can be greatly reduced by vertical window blinds.
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