By Amber Stovall. Blinds Parts. Published at Monday, August 06th, 2018 - 17:43:48 PM.
French patio blinds are a lesser used type of blinds for patio doors. They horizontal blinds that are operated by a singular string. Pulling on this string allows the blind to be rolled up and down, letting in light in the same fashion as vertical blinds. They are a little less practical for all patio doors, but some people prefer their aesthetic value.
Other very useful blind accessories are cord connectors. The is especially useful when a blind has several cords, for example a roman blind, which needs to be connected to make one cord. This small discreet bit of kit has apertures at each end and normally comes in 2 parts that can be screwed together. The main pull cord which is thicker than the other cords is inserted into the hole and knotted to prevent it from pulling through the hole. The multitude of cords are inserted into the other hole and are also knotted, the two halves are then joined together to make a single unit. You now have numerous cords going into one hole and only one cord coming out of the other. The cords are connected.
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.
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.
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