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48 in. - 84 in. L Telescoping 2-1/2 in. and 3-1/2 in. Double Projection Rod in White

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This White Telescoping Double Projection Rod set from Home Decorators Collection features dual projection rods with metal construction for lasting durability and a clean white finish for a refreshing look. Designed to provide a stylish layering effect, these rods retract to accommodate window sizes as small as 48 in. and extend up to 84 in. The rolled, hemmed edges add strength and help prevent drapery snags, while the mounting hardware ensures quick and easy installation.

  • Minimum length of 48 in. extends up to 84 in. to custom fit your windows
  • Dual rod design provides a stylish layering effect
  • Durable metal construction with a sleek, clean white finish that blends with any decor
  • Includes mounting hardware for quick and easy installation
  • Basic and economical solution for hanging curtains
  • 2-1/2 in. projection of inner rod and 3-1/2 in projection of outer rod

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48 in. - 84 in. L Telescoping 2-1/2 in. and 3-1/2 in. Double Projection Rod in White
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Can these be used to mount outside the window?

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Or do they have to mount flush to the inside of the window?

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Mason , Ohio
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August 1, 2016
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We elected to put 21/2 inches above and 2/12 inches to side of work nodes! Looks Good!
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YES! These projection rods are meant to be mounted outside of the frame. The brackets that come with this package are to mounted on the wall, not on the sides of the window frame. If mounting on the outside of the window frame, you need to add 3 inches on each side of the window frame to have total privacy.
If you have 2 inch blinds such as wood or faux wood mounted on the outside of the window frame, Read More
YES! These projection rods are meant to be mounted outside of the frame. The brackets that come with this package are to mounted on the wall, not on the sides of the window frame. If mounting on the outside of the window frame, you need to add 3 inches on each side of the window frame to have total privacy.
If you have 2 inch blinds such as wood or faux wood mounted on the outside of the window frame, make sure you have clearence for the projection rod to not touch the blind or interfere with the function of the blind. If not, you may need extension brackets.
If you are looking to mount inside the window frame, buy spring tension rod. Read Less
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North Fork, Eastern Long Island
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Inside the window? If you mean on the molding, yes. If you mean inside the frame like a tension rod, no. I prefer above/outside window mounting, so I first installed strips of lattice, screwed into the wall, and then mounted the brackets on the lattice. This gives a much sturdier, secure, mounting and the brackets won't pull out of the sheetrock. The lattice is hidden behind the valance so cannot be Read More
Inside the window? If you mean on the molding, yes. If you mean inside the frame like a tension rod, no. I prefer above/outside window mounting, so I first installed strips of lattice, screwed into the wall, and then mounted the brackets on the lattice. This gives a much sturdier, secure, mounting and the brackets won't pull out of the sheetrock. The lattice is hidden behind the valance so cannot be seen. I don't like making holes on the molding so never mount that way. Read Less
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If you mean mount on wall or molding next to window, the answer in both cases is yes.
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March 10, 2015
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This product is meant for indoor use but will mount outside as well if needed.
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For 84 " width is a center support needed to avoid a sag in the curtain?

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I don't know if needed , my Grandson elected to add for the Widest window , but not the other in case changed type of window dressing to Heavier Drapes! But Rods are very strong!
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Absolutely, even for a lightweight sheer I would recommend that you do.
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March 11, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry into the 48"-84" telescoping double projection rod. Yes, a center support would be advisable if you are extending the rod out to the full 84". Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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upto what weight can it support? can it support 2 panels of thermal blackout curtains?

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I have two double windows in my bedroom, the widest set is 75 inches wide and 50 inches high. My rod is positioned above and outside the molding so the span is about 78X55. I currently have mid-weight thermal, room darkening drapes and the rod is holding them well. You MUST use the support hook for the center of the rod for this width otherwise it will definitely fail [sag and bend]. For extra support, Read More
I have two double windows in my bedroom, the widest set is 75 inches wide and 50 inches high. My rod is positioned above and outside the molding so the span is about 78X55. I currently have mid-weight thermal, room darkening drapes and the rod is holding them well. You MUST use the support hook for the center of the rod for this width otherwise it will definitely fail [sag and bend]. For extra support, because only one of the rod brackets hit a stud, I devised the following solution: purchased lattice strips - about 3 inches by 1/4 inch - which I cut into 6 inch lengths, screwed them into the wall, and then screwed the rod brackets into these. Painted the same color as the wall, and covered by the valance and the drapes, no one knows they're there but me. The smaller double window is 48 inches wide but I have 84 inch long panels + valances [n=2 each] hung from this one. I did not use a center support hook, but the rod brackets are screwed into the lattice strips. So far, this smaller rod has handled the weight well with no sagging after 3 months. Read Less
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