Saturday, September 13, 2014

How to Install Drapery Rods - Part 1 of 3 - Troubleshot Windows

Fig.1 Temporary blinds
By Gary Boutin

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Mrs. Edwardton lives in Colton, California. She had purchase an old home with many windows and wanted to have shades installed in her dining room and living room windows.

This post shows the three steps to troubleshot dining room curtain rods.

Step 1: Above right fig.1 show the temporary paper blinds covering the windows until the ordered blinds arrive. Paper blinds can be purchased at all the large warehouse stores. If you can't find them try they sell them for a reasonable price.
Step 2. Fig.2 and fig.3 shows the peeling of the temporary blinds from the window frames.

Fig.2 Peeling temporary 
paper blinds
Fig.3 Peeling temporary 
paper blinds
Step 3: Fig.4 shows a two windows that need curtain rods and curtains for privacy and shading from the sun. Even though these windows have an exterior metal shade during the night anyone can see through these windows.
Fig.4 Window ready
for Installation

How to Install Drapery Rods:

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