Outdoor patio blinds – Courtyards, outdoor spaces next to buildings, often have a structural cover, but some courtyards consist of a bare slab without any covering. Only the patios with a structural cover can accept the vertical blinds, due to a vertical roller blind patio must mount to the structure. The rail contains the operating mechanism of the blind, which rotates the blinds and moves them through the railway. Slats of a vertical blind, fit into the mechanism of operation of stems. In addition to requiring a structural coating, vertical blinds in a patio should be able to withstand the weather and the sun’s rays.
Measure the length of the grid with a tape measure and add 2 inches to the measurement. The total is equal to the height of the mounting bracket. Measure from the floor to the inside of the support structure with the tape measure and place a pencil mark on the support structure when measuring the height of the mounting bracket.
Draw a level line around the inside of the support structure when measuring the height of the mounting bracket with the pencil, using a spirit level as a guide. The use of this line as a height guide mounting bracket maintains the level of the supports, regardless of the slope of the patio floor. Place a vertical mark on the level pencil line for each mounting bracket. Make a 4 inch pencil mark from the end of each vertical curtain rail and evenly space the remaining supports in the vertical blind kit between the outer mounting brackets.