By Arjean Natuche. Blind. Published at Thursday, August 30th, 2018 - 23:53:27 PM.
New construction is an amazing project that entails many different details and options. Not only do you get to consider options in the homes layout but also every option within room design and decor. Windows are an important part in the equation of new construction. Along with the exterior siding options roofing material choices there are also several window options.
If you would like to mount the mini blind on the outside of the window the first thing to do would be to measure the width of the window you want to cover. Keep in mind that if you have less than the required 1" of flat space on the inside casing you will have no choice but to hang your mini blind on the outside of the window frame no matter what your personal preference might be . Measure your window and be sure to add another 1 1/2" on each side to account for overhang.
Awning windows are beautiful. The design allows for a light breeze and light. These windows are perfect in bedrooms where privacy is a premium while maintaining light and air flow. These windows can be situated next to each other up and down and even above patio or sliding doors to an effect of light and air. The major disadvantage is that the screens to the windows are set on the inside. All the dirt that normally falls into the window sill area will fall onto the floor. Some might think of this as a con however I would rather vacuum it up on a regular basis then have to deal with the nasty window sill debris.
To install the mini blind on the inside of the window frame the first step in the procedure is to determine where the brackets will be positioned across the top of the window. Mark each spot (top middle and bottom) along the top of the window and then use a tape measure to determine the distance between each mark. Be sure to make note of the shortest length. Keep in mind that at least 1" of clearance will be required in order to successfully fasten the brackets to the inside casing.
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