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Common Questions for "Pull Down Window Shade"

Bamboo Draperies | Drapes for Patio Doors | Blinds Chalet

I have 3 patio doors with the center door as the walk out. I want to cover them with bamboo shades top down. Would this work with what I have?

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Blackout Roman Shades Drop Size

On the blackout Roman Shades what is the drop when pulled up for a shade at 84 long?

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Blinds and Shades for Very Large Windows

I am trying to figure out the best window blinds or shades for very large windows. What do you recommend?

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Cordless Top Down Bottom Up Shades Without Cords

Can you send me a recommendation on a top down shade without a cord being shown from the top down shade? I don't need the bottom to go up - just the top down.

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Continuous Cord Loop Blinds - Rollease

Could you explain in greater detail the Rollease or Continuous Cord Loop lift upgrade?

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Roman Bamboo Shades - Woven Wood Shades

I am interested in ordering Tavarua Designer woven wood blinds 21"w x 61"l. Can these be ordered as looped roman style, instead of flat?
Also, is there a bottom hem style option, such as dentil?

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Looking For Aluminum Mini Blinds

Looking For Aluminum Mini Blinds?

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Looking For Roman Shades?

Looking For Roman Shades?

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Top Down Bottom Up Aluminum Mini Blinds

I am DESPERATELY seeking top-down, bottom-up blinds for my BATHROOM, so I need blinds that can handle moisture. I have in my current bathroom a WONDERFUL top-down, bottom-up aluminum blind that I love, but JC Penney blinds no longer carries it.

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Cordless Aluminum Blinds - Cordless Blinds

I have a class C motorhome and am looking for cordless 1" 8 gauge aluminum mini blinds to replace what I currently have. Is this something you carry?

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How To's for "Pull Down Window Shade"

Category: How To Install Blinds

Vertical Window Blinds Installation Instructions
To install vertical window blinds, please read completely the instructions below before beginning the installation process.... more
Honeycomb Cell Shade Installation - Part 2 of 2
Part 2 of 2 of instructions of how to install honeycomb cell shades. Simple instructions to install our standard and soft touch honeycomb cell shades.... more
Bamboo Blinds, Woven Wood Shades, Bamboo Shades Installation Instructions
This page covers the basic installation for each of the bamboo shades, often referred to as woven wood blinds, that Blinds Chalet offers (standard, premier, platinum). Part 2 of 2... more

Category: Press Releases

When Window Blinds Go Bad
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and other organizations have designated October as Window Covering Safety Month, emphasizing the importance of well designed, safe window blinds. ... more
Fabric Window Shades – The Decorator’s Candy
Fabric window shades are an amazing addition to any room in your home or office. They are so versatile, and they add a touch of class to any window or door.... more

Category: Blind Repairs

Horizontal Blinds - How to Remove Additional Slats
Horizontal blinds can be shortened in length by removing excess wood slats. Each of our window blinds come custom made to your specifications and do not need any adjustment. This process is simple and takes just a few steps.... more
How to Change a Cord Lock Lift Mechanism on a Blind
Start out by removing your valance from the window by unclipping it at the bottom first and then at the top if you have clear valance clips or by pushing up on the back of the valance from the bottom if you have the white hidden valance clips. ... more
Replacing Cord on Continuous Cord Loop
Occasionally over time cords get damaged or wear out with any window covering. Follow these easy steps to replace the damaged cord with a new one. Here are some basic steps on how to replace the cord on a damaged continuous cord loop.... more
Horizontal Blinds - Repair Broken Wood or Faux Wood Blinds - Won't Tilt Open or Closed
If your 2 inch wood blind or faux wood blind quits tilting open and close there is often a simple fix for this. First pull the blind all the way up and tight to the headrail.
  1. Carefully remove your valance form the horizontal blinds.
  2. Unhinge the box end bracket and remove the blind from the window. Looking down into the top of the blind check the cords running length wise through the headrail.
  3. Are they tangled? Are any of the cords caught between the hardware and they headrail? If so carefully untangle or unhook the cord that is trapped or tangled.
If that does not work you may need a new tilter mechanism. The tilter mechanism is located on either the far left or right side of the headrail. There will be a metal rod running the entire length of the headrail and through the middle of this mechanism. Slide the rod carefully to the left or right to move it out of the tilter mechanism.... more
Lowering New Horizontal Blinds for the First Time
Sometimes when horizontal blinds are manufactured the lift cords are pulled to tight. The result is that when they are lowered the first time they will not release.... more
Window Shade Repair - How To Change a Blind Wand/Cord Tilter
Occasionally the tilter mechanism on a horizontal window shade is damage or breaks due to use. Here is the basic instructions for removing and replacing the a window shade cord or wand tilter on horizontal window blinds.... more
Roller Shades - How To Repair Spring Functions
Spring roller shades are designed with a hollow metal tube at the top usually made of aluminum. The fabric of the roll-up shades wrap around the metal tube. Inside the metal tube of the roller shades on one side is a spring that can be adjusted for proper tension to raise and lower the window shade. As you pull the roll-up blinds down a ratchet in the tube catches and holds the spring, keeping the shades at the position you lower them. The opposite sides of the window shades just has a pin that rotates on a mounting bracket.... more
Horizontal Blinds - Repairing and Replacing a Worn Lift Cord
Horizontal blinds come with lift cords that raise and lower the blinds. Whether it is aluminum blinds, wood blinds, or faux wood blinds, the basic lift cord mechanisms are the same. Over time lift cords can wear. Here are some easy steps to replacing the broken or damaged cords on horizontal blinds.... more
How to Child Proof Window Blinds
Older window blinds made before 2001 should be repaired or retrofitted so that they are child safe blinds. Window blinds made before 2001 could be hazardous to small children. We strongly recommend replacing all window coverings made before 2001 but if you would like to child proof you window blinds here are some basic steps:... more
Window Treatments for Greenhouses
Greenhouses are incredible sources of light and warmth in the winter. However, winter nights, even with double paned windows can suck the warmth right out of the house. In the summertime without appropriate window treatments, greenhouse windows can literally cook a house, spiking the need for air conditioning and fans that drain precious energy resources.... more

Category: Window Covering Design Tips

Roller Shades: An Economical Choice
Roller shades are an economical choice for style and function. In today's tough economy the economical choice is often the only choice. So it's very helpful when it's also the right choice. ... more
Custom Roman Shades are a Hot Ticket for Lavish Houses
There's not a room that won't benefit from the lavishness of custom Roman Shades. No matter your designer tastes, whether you like a room that looks like a room or a room that looks like a museum, custom Roman Shades will add style. Some of the hottest fabrics on the market are linen, satin and suede. Higher end companies will customize a fit to your specific windows to give a finished, elegant appearance.... more
Window Pull Down Shades for Mother’s Day
Mothers can be hard to buy for. Depending on your budget, window pull down shades might be the perfect gift for your mom. Mother’s Day is just around the corner and many companies are offering discounts on their products. The differentiating factor between window treatments and any other gift is window treatments will last. They will be a daily reminder to mom of how much she’s loved. ... more
How to Choose the Right Window Treatments
When choosing a window covering there are several features of each blind style that you should consider. Below are different types of window treatments and their pros and cons.... more

Category: Window Blind Safety

Cordless Shades and Child Safety
In late 2000, the window covering industry issued a recall to repair all window coverings to prevent the risk of strangulation to young children. The recall involved millions of window blinds that had pull cords that can form a loop and cause strangulation.... more