Curtains block sunlight, provide privacy and soften the somewhat abrupt edges of an undressed window. Its modern practice to hang curtain panels from a rod system, which allows you to easily pull the panels open or closed, depending on your brightness and privacy needs.
In order to serve you better, the client needs to guide our team on choice of fabric and color so as to determine the total cost once measurements are taken. We have an experienced team that can handle all your curtain installation needs in three simple steps;
a) Taking Measurements
We measure your windows to make sure we get the correct curtains and rods. To determine the length of the rod, we measure the width of your window and add eight to twelve inches. Each curtain panel should be at least as wide as your window. We measure from the spot you plan to hang the rod (usually four to six inches above the window, but a minimum of two inches) to the floor to figure out the length of the curtains. You can add more length if you want the drapes to pool.
These step helps make the quotation. Once client approves, they also make full payment as the works take only a few days to warrant a deposit and final payment. The materials are then deliver to the site with the client being present to receive and verify condition, quality and quantity.
b) Install Brackets
The team then embarks on the real works. We use a pencil to mark the drill holes for the brackets. Each bracket should be placed at the height previously determined and about four to six inches from the side of the window frame. (This will allow you to open the curtains completely.) Check to make sure your pencil marks are level otherwise the entire window treatment will be crooked. Use a stud finder to see if your brackets line up with studs. If they don’t, you’ll want to install wall anchors after drilling the holes. Drill the holes and then screw the brackets to the wall.
c) Install Rod and Curtains.
If your curtains are straight out of the package, iron or steam out creases and wrinkles. Remove the finials from the curtain rod and thread the curtain onto the rod. Depending on the type of bracket, you may need to place the rod into the bracket before replacing the finial. Your bracket may have set screws to keep the rod in place, so you’ll want to tighten them once the rod is installed.
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