Curtains and draperies, hung from a decorative plastic traverse rod, soften the lines of a window and provide a homey touch to the room. A decorative plastic traverse
rod has the appearance of a wooden or metal drapery pole with the convenience of a standard traverse rod that opens and closes a window treatment with the pull of a cord. Whether adjusted as a center split or one-way draw, decorative plastic traverse rods are easy to install. A helper may be needed to install longer rods.
1. Examine the bracket and the traverse rod to determine how the rod fits into the bracket. This will vary according to the manufacturer.
2. Use the tape measure, pencil and ladder to mark the desired location of the mounting brackets on the wall above the window opening or the top corners of the face or inside edge of the window frame. For longer rods needing center support, measure and mark the location of the center support bracket.
3. Hold a bracket against the bracket location marks and use the pencil to mark the location of the screw holes in the bracket.
4. Use the cordless drill to pre-drill the holes at the screw marks.
5. Align the brackets with the pre-drilled holes and install the brackets with the phillips
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