Do you service my city for curtain tracks?
We offer professional shop-at-home services anywhere in the GTA as well as other cities around the GTA and we also ship Canada wide. The following is a list of some of the cities we offer curtain track shop at home services to: Toronto, Mississauga, Etobicoke, Oakville, Brampton, Vaughan, Hamilton, Milton, Georgetown, Woodbridge, North York, Newmarket, Markham, Richmond Hill, Burlington, & Greater Toronto Area G.T.A.
Do you have all curtain tracks in your showroom?
Some curtain tracks can be picked up in our showroom in Mississauga, however because of our extensive selection of specialty curtain tracks, some items must be ordered from our Canadian suppliers which usually takes a few days and can be delivered to your location or ready for pickup in out Mississauga showroom.
Can I use an I-beam rod for ripple fold drapes?
No, you cannot. You need a KS track with special ripple fold gliders.
Which drapery hardware should I use for my sheers and drapes on my window?
For sheers and drapes you can use two decorative rods and double brackets or a curtain track for sheers and a decorative rod for your drapes, or you can use curtain tracks for both the sheers and the drapes.
What kind of drapery hardware can I use for my big window if I plan to open them during day?
If your window width is smaller than 12 feet you can use any decorative rod, regular brackets and rings. If your window is wider than 12 feet you will need passing brackets and passing rings. Alternatively, you can use our curtain tracks for your window curtains.
I have a big window from ceiling to the floor in my apartment. What kind of drapery hardware is the best for me?
If your curtains are grommets you will need a decorative rod and short ceiling brackets. If your drapes are pleated you can use a KS track or another one of our curtain tracks.
What kind of drapery hardware can use for my bay window?
You can use any decorative rod with elbows, wall brackets or ceiling brackets depending on your bay window setup. Passing rings and passing brackets can also be used for larger bay windows if you need full functionality with your curtains. You can also use a KS track or another one of our bendable curtain tracks for your bay windows. Many of our curtain tracks can be custom bent to follow the shape of your bay window. Using curtain tracks for bay windows helps block more peekaboo light than decorative curtain rods.
How far apart do I have to have curtain brackets installed for my curtain track?
The placement of brackets will largely depend on the weight of your curtains as well as your walls or ceiling where curtain tracks will be installed. Often times older homes have weaker drywall so installing more brackets may make sense. For curtain tracks the rule of thumb is to have a curtain bracket approximately every two feet. Again, if your curtains are light,for example in the case of sheers, you may need a curtain bracket every three feet.