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Model ADDON2264E

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White Cordless Add On Enclosed Aluminum Blinds with 1/2 in. Slats, for 22 in. Wide x 64 in. Length Door Windows

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  • Cordless design makes your home safer for kids and pets to play
  • Control light and privacy with fingertip controls
  • Enclosed blinds design eliminates dust and is maintenance free

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ODL Add-On Treatments come in a variety of sizes to fit over a raised frame door glass of almost any size. ODL Add On Treatments mini blinds raise to the top. The 22 in. x 64 in. size shown in photo is designed to fit widths of 23-3/4 in. to 24 in. and heights of 65-3/4 in. - 66 in. Measure the outside raised glass frame dimensions on your steel or fiberglass patio door to select the correct size. There are no exposed cords or other hazards to children and pets. Just move the side mounted levers to raise and lower or tilt the blinds.

  • Enclosed blinds help provide light and privacy control
  • Side mounted slide controls for raising, lowering and tilting of blinds and no exposed unsightly cords along with tempered safety glass make these the perfect choice to protect children and pets
  • The UV protected white finish frame resist yellowing and complements any room decor and is fully paintable and stainable to coordinate with your door color
  • Top-stacking design allows blinds to be raised, lowered and tilted
  • Helps increase the energy efficiency of your door
  • Virtually no swing when the door is opened and closed
  • Can easily be installed over your existing raised frame door glass
  • Easy-to-clean
  • Fire retardant
  • All Hardware required to install is included
  • Not sure what size to buy? Click here to download a printable window treatment measuring guide!

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can these blinds be mounted to wooden doors?

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Yes
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April 30, 2016
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As long as you have the raised trim around the window, it'll mount to the door. The trim gets lifted slightly, to insert clips for the new frame to hook to.
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February 23, 2016
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Yes if glass fame can be loosened to insert mounting brackets.
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February 19, 2016
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Yes, you could mount this to wood.
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Is this product secured at the top and bottom of the window to keep it from moving? If so, how

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Dallas, TX
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Clips are installed behind the existing trim and the new frame hangs on these clips. Spacers are inserted near the bottom, and two thin latches are swung in to hold it firmly against the door near the bottom. Ours sits flush and looks like it is connected to the door itself.
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Yes, the little "levers" that slide into the actual window frame are on the sides (top and bottom) so it does not move at all.
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There are brackets that fit behind the existing window frame of the window that hold the product secure against the door.
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You are required to loosen the screws in the frame around the glass at the top and on each side near the bottom. The blind will hang on two clips (provided) that you install behind the top frame. At the bottom you will insert a small spacer (provided) on each side. The blind has a connector attached that will secure it at the bottom by locking into the space created. These can also be opened to remove Read More
You are required to loosen the screws in the frame around the glass at the top and on each side near the bottom. The blind will hang on two clips (provided) that you install behind the top frame. At the bottom you will insert a small spacer (provided) on each side. The blind has a connector attached that will secure it at the bottom by locking into the space created. These can also be opened to remove the blind. Very simple. For more information download the installation guide. Read Less
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Can I uninstall and put it on a new door?

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I need to replace my door with a similar door, but in the meantime would like to add this blind. How troublesome would it be to install this on my current door, then remove it and add it to my new door a year or two down the road?
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June 21, 2016
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the ones we have had 2 metal flat hooks on top and 2 on side. You can pull the ones on the side out and then slide the blind holder up.
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It is easily removable for cleaning if necessary (inside pane) and doesn't require any permanent changes to the existing door or window.
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January 25, 2016
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Yes, this product is simply screwed in and can be removed.
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Can these be ordered in the color Tan?

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I saw in the ODL catalog they had an option for Tan, but nowhere on line can I find it.
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I have not found tan on any website.
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I only saw white in the store....it is easily paintable according to the instruction booklet.
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November 30, 2015
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Hi nakelly, unfortunately we do not offer the Cordless Add On Enclosed Aluminum Blinds with 1/2 in. Slats, for 22 in. Wide x 64 in. Length Door Windows in Tan on Homedepot.com. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 151 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty good solution for covering a french door I bought this to cover a wood french door. My door does not have the typical moulding around the windows so I had to improvise a bit to install it. Also the unit was about 1.5" too short for my door which I knew when purchasing but is not really a problem. You can't really tell it's too short unless you know to look. The quality of the unit is good. Not very good. Just good. The surrounding moulding is plastic and kind of flimsy. Once installed it is not too bad though. It does what I wanted it for, privacy and to keep the sun out at certain times of the day. You can see daylight through the slot that the lever control operates through. I was initially disappointed in that, but have since gotten used to it. For the price, it is an OK solution. A better solution for me was to perhaps buy a new door with the blinds built in. August 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great concept, needs functionality work The install was fairly easy and took about 20 mins. Can be done with a philips and regular screwdriver for prying. I cheated and used a drill. No screws are on the unti itself, they're on the existing door. I wanted to replace the entire back door due to not having blinds but the new door with build in blinds was about $375 before install, this option was $128 shipped and I would consider this an easy DIY level. I did read on reviews that it does stick out by the door handles but I didn't think I would also have that problem. I was wrong,It does stick out a bit farther than I would like and It does obstruct the door handle as opposed to the stock look. It also have a pretty good gap that I could see over time dust getting into and having to remove the entire unit for cleaning. The biggest issue I have with this product is that when you open and close the door with the blinds down either open or closed the blinds come off the track and the only way to get them back on the track is the peel off the bottom brackets holding the assembly onto the door and then I have to reach my hand in and push each blind back onto the track. It works fine and long as no one ever uses the door. the people living in the house know to raise the blinds but anytime somoene new is over and they use the door it's game over. It's becoming a real nussence. I feel this could have easily been solved if they added another pane of glass so the blinds were truly 100% isolated between two panes of glass. Or maybe increasing the track threshold. I can live with it covering part of the door handle. I can't live with it coming out of the track and being unusable anyone someone opens and closes the door. Isn't that the point of a door? This one now has special instructions for use. :) Regretfully I think I'm going to have to go back to the original idea of replacing the entire door. I'll add pics of what I'm talking about. So now my $375 door is now a $503 dollar door, without install. This could be a great product if they re-did the design. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Super simple and greatly effective Title says it all- Other than the instructions show to loosen window-frame screws.... after completely doing so on the first of three that I bought, I only loosened one screw (top/short-edge) per corner, on the last (3rd) window, I simply slid the spacers, and brackets behind the window frame- NO Loosening needed!! The first one took about 10-15 minutes, the last one took literally SECONDS to install the components, and hang the new blinds. --of note, (applies to longer/full-size coverings)I do wish, and think that the long/full-size window coverings need to have a total of four of the slide-clip-mounts on each of the long sides for a more secure fit. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent - Elegant and Functional! I was not familiar with the concept of "enclosed blinds" before finding these. They were just what I needed as I have a glass door in my bedroom that leads to my deck. My old hanging blinds constantly banged up against the door whereas these enclosed blinds are a much neater look. In addition, my dog cannot damage, chew, or bend these blinds since they are enclosed. Finally, while this was not an advertised benefit of the enclosed blinds, I was very pleased to find that this product blocks out much more light than traditional hanging blinds. This is because the sides of the product (which attaches to the existing frame of the glass on the door) prevents light from shining through. Overall, I couldn't be more satisfied! August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good price and works very well not a exact fit for my window but adding a few screws on the sides made it work nicely ....the side latches must be 22 inches apart or they will not fit onto your frame ! August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very neat and elegant look for a mini blind! Though I hired a handyman to do this, because I am a woman, but it still worth the extra pay. Must make sure the inside window from both side is clean, before you finalized the closing the frame. Easy open/close lever on the side, and pull up/down on the other side. I like mine a lot. Thanks August 23, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Very practical A good quick way to cover the glass door if everything in the box is included, mine was not. Reasonably priced. It should say in the description that you have to loosen up all the screws in the frame before you can hang it. August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product for the money would have give it a 5 but it needs moore locking clips some in the middle very please with the product for the money August 18, 2016
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