How Do You Make A Wood Valance

valance you are installing. Tools Required • •Power drill with the following bits: − ¹⁄₁₆" and ³⁄₁₆" drill bits If wood studs are not available, use special fasteners designed for your mounting surface (not included). See illus-tration for examples.

Thank you for purchasing Hunter Douglas horizontal blinds. With proper installation, operation, Do not place the valance clips where they could interfere with any working parts. Hunter Douglas wood, alternative wood,

Valance Return Information Follow these steps to determine a special valance return length (if necessary): A. Select your product type and valance style and locate the FULL RECESS DEPTH column.

If you do not find a wood support, Precise placement of the brackets is not necessary, but you do not want the brackets: 1) close together, since this might make the valance/cornice unstable. 2) too close to the outside edges, since this will prevent adjusting to center the valance/

Wood Screws (Included) bracket clip mounting screw through the valance as shown. Make sure louvers do not touch the

Before starting Your new Blinds To Go® wood blind is custom made to your specifications from the finest material available. The installation should be easy and your blind should fit beautifully.

Check the diagram to make sure you have all the parts indicated Tools you may need to install your valance: hit wood studs. Otherwise, use a secure fastener as illustrated (not included). Wallboard or Plaster: Use a secure fastener designed for hollow wall applications.

| 2 & 2 1/ 4 2" Wood & Faux Wood & Angled Slat Blinds VALANCE RETURN ASSEMBLY If you did not order valance returns for your valance, proceed to “Valance Clip Installation”.

Install it near the center of the shade.(ideally on a wood stud) Install the Valance Brackets into wood the Valance so the front of the Valance is now facing away from you. You do not need to reverse the shade. You reversed the Valance Covers earlier, so they are now on the correct

Make sure that the clips do not interfere with contactKirschcustomerservicethroughkirsch.com for a returnauthorizationnumber. Contact Us Contact Kirsch customer service regarding any Wood valance Resemblance

2” Diameter Wood Pole 1.5” 4.5 multiplied times 2.5 to obtain the finished width of the valance or curtain panel. Functional Curtains: Functional curtains can be opened and closed. Common styles include grommet, make a curtain panel.

Attach valance Attach valance (cont.) Find the valance clip location indicators on the backside of the valance which say “Clip Here.” 8 8 Slots

Diagram D shows 2” wood slat brackets.) Make sure end brackets are level. Use two screws, mounted diagonally, to attach each end bracket. valance clip, then gently push down on the valance, pop out the top of the

Do you have room to mount the hinge block and brackets valance will allow you to have a 3 1/2” return (1×4) is to make sure you construct the cornice box height to be the same as the other window treatments in the room.

Entire valance. Make sure the valance clips do not interfere with any moving parts. The valance will be inserted into Note: If you did not order valance returns for your wood blind, proceed to “Valance Installation” below.

To install the valance: holes make driving the screw easier and minimize wood splitting. For PLASTER, DRYWALL, CONCRETE, STONE, BRICK, OR TILE; use carbide drill and appropriate plugs, anchors or screws of proper type and

Wood Screws (Included) bracket clip mounting screw through the valance as shown. Make sure louvers do not touch the

You will need a pencil, tape measure, drill, screwdriver, Wood Screws (Included) Alternative fasteners should be used for aluminum or Make sure louvers do not touch the valance. Note: No valance clips are needed for

NOTE: If you do not have a mounting template, Slide the two dovetail clips attached to the wood valance face into the corresponding grooves on the valance returns. NOTE: Hunter Douglas Customer Information Center toll free at:

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