Vertical Blinds look great in any home but when you need blinds for your bay windows a vertical blind is the perfect choice.
Bay windows are often feared when it comes to fitting your new window covering although the blinds themselves are very easy to attach to this trpe of window. The key solution to this is to make sure you have all of the correct fixtures and fittings.
Angle brackets are the most important fixtures when you need to install your new blinds. The angle brackets are white powder coated 90 degree brackets that attach to the UPVC frame of your double glazing unit.
Vertical Blind rails are attached to the window via the brackets and secured in place with tiny tension screws. Make sure you have no visible gaps where sunlight could find a way into the room when you line your rails up. The length you space your rails apart will depend upon each individual bay window but the main point here is you should always ensure the rails are spaced evenly apart so they look as they are meant to be there.