Sometimes you may have a need to shorten your vertical blind slats. Maybe you’ve had a new window installed or a new internal window cill. Maybe you have decided to reuse an existing vertical blind and you need to adjust the length of the blind slats.
Well you’ll be pleased to know that shortening blinds slats is easy. There is no sewing or gluing involved either and within minutes you can shorten your blind slats to whatever length you require simply by using these rather clever DIY vertical blind slat hangers. They come in two pieces, you fold the blind slat fabric over the thin plastic rod and then slide the hanger over that. The slat is gripped in place and your slats are as good as new! Simples! Need to shorten blind slats? The blind slat hangers are available from Just Blinds priced at 65p each
Sometimes a sun lounge conservatory will have an angled or raked head frame, sloping windows, slanted windows, triangle windows, call them what you will. Lean to type conservatories are typical of this. So how do you order replacement blind slats for these sloping or angled windows given that each one is a different length?
The solution is quite simple really. Most reputable blinds companies have automatic vertical blind slat or louvre cutting machinery that can be programmed to cut vertical blind slats for angled window frames. The only information that you need to provide when ordering vertical blind slats for angled window frames is:
- The number of blind slats required
- The measurement of the longest blind slat
- The measurement of the shortest blind slat
Simply provide this information to the blind slat supplier and they will be able to manufacture your new blind slats each to the correct measurement.
Often blind slat suppliers charge different prices depending on the length of the slat you are buying. For instance it may be one price for slats up to 48″ and another for slats longer than that. Normally you will pay for your slats based on the longest one.
Click the link to buy vertical blind slats for angled windows and conservatories