Project Guide

Blinds and Shades Installation

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INSTALLING VERTICAL BLINDS - INSIDE MOUNT

A sliding track system offers a durable, low-maintenance window treatment.

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INSTALLING VERTICAL BLINDS - OUTSIDE MOUNT


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INSTALLING CELLULAR SHADES - INSIDE MOUNT

Also known as honeycomb shades, cellular shades look great and absorb heat and cold.

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INSTALLING CELLULAR SHADES - OUTSIDE MOUNT


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INSTALLING FAUX WOOD BLINDS - INSIDE MOUNT

Great for rooms with high humidity such as kitchens and bathrooms.

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INSTALLING FAUX WOOD BLINDS - OUTSIDE MOUNT


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INSTALLING HORIZONTAL SHEER SHADES - INSIDE MOUNT

Ideal for rooms where you want light to come in throughout the day. 

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INSTALLING HORIZONTAL SHEER SHADES - OUTSIDE MOUNT


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INSTALLING WOOD BLINDS - INSIDE MOUNT

Popular for their eco-friendliness and ability to regulate temperatures. 

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INSTALLING WOOD BLINDS - OUTSIDE MOUNT
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INSTALLING WOVEN WOOD SHADES - INSIDE MOUNT

Lightweight window treatments that offer character and style. 

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INSTALLING WOVEN WOOD SHADES - OUTSIDE MOUNT
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INSTALLING ALUMINUM BLINDS - INSIDE MOUNT

Also called mini-blinds, aluminum blinds are an economical and durable option.

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INSTALLING ALUMINUM BLINDS - OUTSIDE MOUNT
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INSTALLING DRAPES - GROMMET DRAPERY PANELS

Drapes provide an elegant enhancement to a room while helping to regulate temperatures. 

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INSTALLING DRAPES - TUSCANY DRAPERY PANELS
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INSTALLING DRAPES - ROD POCKET DRAPERY PANELS
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INSTALLING DRAPES - INVERTED-PLEAT DRAPERY PANELS
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INSTALLING DRAPES - PINCH-PLEAT DRAPERY PANELS