Technical Tips OverviewWant to learn how to troubleshoot problems with your blinds or shades? How about learning how to measure for replacement slats? You can find all that information here, and more. From buying guides to how-to guides, you will have the information you need to pick the perfect window shades for your French doors or what to look for when buying vertical blinds. Click on the left-hand navigation to get started.
Have your window coverings malfunctioned? No need to buy replacements just yet. You can actually fix most of these problems yourself. In this section on the left, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot lift problems, honeycomb shades, blind tilters, and sheer window shades. Just a few minor tweaks and your window coverings will be good as new before you know it.
Ever wondered how to shorten window blinds, install cord cleats, or replace a lift cord? Now you don’t have to wonder. These how-to guides will lead you through the process step-by-step. The steps are accompanied with pictures, so you can follow the instructions easily.
Measuring should be done differently depending on the product and your purpose. But we make it easy by breaking down how to measure for multiple blinds or shades on the same headrail and how to measure route holes for replacement slats for your blinds. With these measuring instructions, you’ll get it right the first time, saving you time, money, and your sanity.
With so many options for window coverings, you might feel a little overwhelmed. Don’t worry. With our buying guides, it doesn’t have to be an overwhelming process. Find out why ordering our free samples is important to finding the right product for your windows. Then learn which mount type you should choose to achieve your design vision. And that’s just a few of the buying guides that you’ll find on the left.
Want to learn how to clean your blinds and shades the right way? You’ll find that information and more in the general tips section to the left. Taking care of your window coverings, blinds, or shades ensures they’ll last longer, ultimately giving you more for your money. And all it takes is a couple of general tips to get you started.