Yes, we have professional iron curtain rod installers and we service the greater Toronto area including but not limited to: All Toronto neighbourhoods (Bridle Path, Forest Hill, Annex, Birch Cliff-Cliffside, Rosedale, little Italy, Danforth, etc), Mississauga, Cooksville, Port Credit, Brampton, Oakville, Streetsville, Burlington, Milton, Georgetown, Hamilton, Etobicoke, Woodbridge, Vaughan, North York, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Rexdale, Scarborough, Newmarket, Guelph, Markham, Ajax. If your city is not mentioned, please call us to inquire about a drapery installation in your area.
Yes iron curtain rods can easily be cut with a simple hacksaw. Most iron curtain rod installations require cutting curtain rods to custom lengths to accommodate different window sizes.
For iron curtain rods the rule of thumb is to have a bracket every 4 feet.
An exception is with a 6-foot curtain rod where you can use only two brackets (one at each end) unless your curtains are extremely heavy, in which case you may need to add a curtain bracket in the center for added support.
Absolutely! Most of our metal curtain rod collections have curtain elbows, which allow you to create angles for your bay and bow windows. We have a variety of long and short ceiling and wall brackets to accommodate most bay window applications. Passing brackets and passing curtain rings are also available for those looking for complete functionality for their bay window curtains.
Yes we do have curved decorative iron curtain rods. These rods come straight but we offer curtain rod bending services for those looking for perfect fitted curved curtain rods for their
Yes, our Veranda outdoor drapery hardware collection above provides rust-proof outdoor curtain rods and drapery hardware for all outdoor applications.
Yes we have extendable curtain rods. Call us or visit our window treatment store in Mississauga to see our extendable curtain rod sets and to learn more about other available options.