Blinds and Shades Installation

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Learn how to install all types of blinds and shades yourself

Blinds and Shades Installation

Installing window treatments for your home should be an easy do-it-yourself project. Let us help by showing you the proper installation steps for each type of window treatment.

Below are specific videos that show you an installation for an inside mount or an outside mount for each type of blind or shade. For drapes, you have six videos to choose from, based on the following types of drapes: grommet, pinch-pleat, contempo-pleat, Tuscany, inverted-pleat and rod pocket.

Installing vertical blinds

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

Installing cellular shades

outside cellular shades - Blinds Shades Installation

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

Installing faux wood blinds

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

Installing horizontal sheer shades

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

Installing wood blinds

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

Installing woven wood shades

Lightweight window treatments that offer character and style.

Installing aluminum blinds

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

Installing drapes

tuscany drapes - Blinds and Shades Installation

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