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'Heading' is used to describe how the top of your curtains are attached to the track or pole There are three different types, each one giving your curtains a different look and finish
And they come in styles ranging from elegant, to country, to whimsical. A plaid can make you feel like you're in Great Britain, or a red, white, and blue color scheme can make you feel patriotic.
How Will it Be Supported - One aspect of purchasing curtain rail that we often see overlooked is the method in which it will be supported. There are several different mounting configurations which can be used based on your needs and your available structure. Most people do not consider the fact that for a proper installation the railing must be secured from a structure which can support the weight of the curtain AND the steel tracking. What we recommend, is that you take pictures of the area where you intend to mount the hardware. You can then provide those pictures to us, so we can make recommendations based on our knowledge and your needs. Who Will Perform the Installation - 98% of the heavy-duty curtain rails supplied are simple enough that a non-technical person can install. By non-technical, we mean someone who does not have extensive knowledge in installing hardware. And installations really only require the most rudimentary of tools such as hammers, hacksaw's, and screwdrivers. However, there are going to be instances where the heavy-duty curtain rail is complex enough that it will require an installation company to ensure that it is properly mounted. Consult with your supplier after you have supplied them with all the technical information and they will be able to make a recommendation.
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