Custom Options for ConQuest

Below are the custom options available for the ConQuest. Use the pulldown menu to the right to navigate to an option category.

Brackets

Hold-Down

Hold-down brackets are mounted at the bottom of a blind or shade to hold it in place. Typically used on doors or in windy locations to prevent the window coverings from flapping in the wind or during the opening or closing of the door.


Hold-Down

Hold-down brackets are mounted at the bottom of a blind or shade to hold it in place. Typically used on doors or in windy locations to prevent the window coverings from flapping in the wind or during the opening or closing of the door.


Hold-Down

Hold-down brackets are mounted at the bottom of a blind or shade to hold it in place. Typically used on doors or in windy locations to prevent the window coverings from flapping in the wind or during the opening or closing of the door.


Projection Block

Used to add an extra 3/8" to 1/2" of projection to the head rail. Spacer blocks are usually used to avoid slight obstructions such as molding around a window on outside mount installations.


Projection Block

Used to add an extra 3/8" to 1/2" of projection to the head rail. Spacer blocks are usually used to avoid slight obstructions such as molding around a window on outside mount installations.


Projection Block

Used to add an extra 3/8" to 1/2" of projection to the head rail. Spacer blocks are usually used to avoid slight obstructions such as molding around a window on outside mount installations.


Projection Bracket

Used to avoid obstructions such as moldings around a window or handles on outside mount installations. Metal L-shaped projection bracket are used to mount product to wall, window trim or molding. Sometimes referred to as "angle irons". Extension blocks may be used to add an extra 3/8" to 1/2" of projection to the head rail. Spacer blocks are usually used to avoid slight obstructions such as molding around a window on outside mount installations.


Projection Bracket

Used to avoid obstructions such as moldings around a window or handles on outside mount installations. Metal L-shaped projection bracket are used to mount product to wall, window trim or molding. Sometimes referred to as "angle irons". Extension blocks may be used to add an extra 3/8" to 1/2" of projection to the head rail. Spacer blocks are usually used to avoid slight obstructions such as molding around a window on outside mount installations.


Projection Bracket

Used to avoid obstructions such as moldings around a window or handles on outside mount installations. Metal L-shaped projection bracket are used to mount product to wall, window trim or molding. Sometimes referred to as "angle irons". Extension blocks may be used to add an extra 3/8" to 1/2" of projection to the head rail. Spacer blocks are usually used to avoid slight obstructions such as molding around a window on outside mount installations.


Controls

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Lift Cord/Cord Lock

Allows you to raise and lower your blind or shade and the cord lock is the mechanism that holds the window covering at any given position. When choosing whether to place the lift cord on the right or left, consider how often you'll be operating the blind or shade and the placement of furniture in your room.

Blinds less than 2-1/2" wide will have center tilt only and cannot be raised or lowered.


Lift Cord/Cord Lock

Allows you to raise and lower your blind or shade and the cord lock is the mechanism that holds the window covering at any given position. When choosing whether to place the lift cord on the right or left, consider how often you'll be operating the blind or shade and the placement of furniture in your room.

Blinds less than 2-1/2" wide will have center tilt only and cannot be raised or lowered.


Lift Cord/Cord Lock

Allows you to raise and lower your blind or shade and the cord lock is the mechanism that holds the window covering at any given position. When choosing whether to place the lift cord on the right or left, consider how often you'll be operating the blind or shade and the placement of furniture in your room.

Blinds less than 2-1/2" wide will have center tilt only and cannot be raised or lowered.


Wand Tilt

Simply twist the wood or plastic cylinder shaped wand to control the tilt of a blind slat.

The tilt control allows you to change the angle of the slats or louvers and controls the amount of light that enters the room. When choosing either the left, right or same side position for your controls, consider how often you'll be operating the blind and the placement of furniture in your room.

Blinds less than 12-1/2" wide will have center tilt only and cannot be raised or lowered. Wands are used exclusively on 1" horizontals and can be used instead of "cord" tilt on 2" horizontals.


Wand Tilt

Simply twist the wood or plastic cylinder shaped wand to control the tilt of a blind slat.

The tilt control allows you to change the angle of the slats or louvers and controls the amount of light that enters the room. When choosing either the left, right or same side position for your controls, consider how often you'll be operating the blind and the placement of furniture in your room.

Blinds less than 12-1/2" wide will have center tilt only and cannot be raised or lowered. Wands are used exclusively on 1" horizontals and can be used instead of "cord" tilt on 2" horizontals.


Wand Tilt

Simply twist the wood or plastic cylinder shaped wand to control the tilt of a blind slat.

The tilt control allows you to change the angle of the slats or louvers and controls the amount of light that enters the room. When choosing either the left, right or same side position for your controls, consider how often you'll be operating the blind and the placement of furniture in your room.

Blinds less than 12-1/2" wide will have center tilt only and cannot be raised or lowered. Wands are used exclusively on 1" horizontals and can be used instead of "cord" tilt on 2" horizontals.


Headrail

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2-on-1

An upgrade that allows two separate blinds, shades or woven woods to operate independently from one headrail with its own controls. Normally the controls on the left shade are positioned on the left side and the controls for the right shade are on the right side. This option is available on Cellular shades, Woven Woods, Wood, Faux and Metal blinds. The maximum width for Woven Woods is 96" and 2-on-1 head rails are not available with the Cord Free Option.


2-on-1

An upgrade that allows two separate blinds, shades or woven woods to operate independently from one headrail with its own controls. Normally the controls on the left shade are positioned on the left side and the controls for the right shade are on the right side. This option is available on Cellular shades, Woven Woods, Wood, Faux and Metal blinds. The maximum width for Woven Woods is 96" and 2-on-1 head rails are not available with the Cord Free Option.


2-on-1

An upgrade that allows two separate blinds, shades or woven woods to operate independently from one headrail with its own controls. Normally the controls on the left shade are positioned on the left side and the controls for the right shade are on the right side. This option is available on Cellular shades, Woven Woods, Wood, Faux and Metal blinds. The maximum width for Woven Woods is 96" and 2-on-1 head rails are not available with the Cord Free Option.


3-on-1

An upgrade that allows three separate blinds, shades or woven woods to operate independently from one headrail. This option is available on Woven Woods, Woods, Faux and Metal blinds. Maximum width for Woven Woods is 96".


3-on-1

An upgrade that allows three separate blinds, shades or woven woods to operate independently from one headrail. This option is available on Woven Woods, Woods, Faux and Metal blinds. Maximum width for Woven Woods is 96".


3-on-1

An upgrade that allows three separate blinds, shades or woven woods to operate independently from one headrail. This option is available on Woven Woods, Woods, Faux and Metal blinds. Maximum width for Woven Woods is 96".


Installation

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Installation Type

Inside or Outside Mount refers to whether the product will be mounted within the window frame (inside mount) or on the wall, window trim or molding surrounding the window (outside mount).

On inside mounts, deductions are taken from the width measurement to allow the product to fit inside the window frame and provide adequate operating clearance. Minimum depth requirements vary depending on product.

On outside mounts you will want to overlap or extend the window covering beyond the window opening. You will need to determine how much overlap you want and add that amount to the window opening width and / or height measurements.


Installation Type

Inside or Outside Mount refers to whether the product will be mounted within the window frame (inside mount) or on the wall, window trim or molding surrounding the window (outside mount).

On inside mounts, deductions are taken from the width measurement to allow the product to fit inside the window frame and provide adequate operating clearance. Minimum depth requirements vary depending on product.

On outside mounts you will want to overlap or extend the window covering beyond the window opening. You will need to determine how much overlap you want and add that amount to the window opening width and / or height measurements.


Installation Type

Inside or Outside Mount refers to whether the product will be mounted within the window frame (inside mount) or on the wall, window trim or molding surrounding the window (outside mount).

On inside mounts, deductions are taken from the width measurement to allow the product to fit inside the window frame and provide adequate operating clearance. Minimum depth requirements vary depending on product.

On outside mounts you will want to overlap or extend the window covering beyond the window opening. You will need to determine how much overlap you want and add that amount to the window opening width and / or height measurements.


Ladder

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Braided

Standard ladders are thin braided cords that are used in the construction of blinds, the ladder spaces and holds the slats together. In some product styles you may have the option of substituting a cloth twill tape in place of the standard ladder or changing the color of the ladder to create a custom look.


Braided

Standard ladders are thin braided cords that are used in the construction of blinds, the ladder spaces and holds the slats together. In some product styles you may have the option of substituting a cloth twill tape in place of the standard ladder or changing the color of the ladder to create a custom look.


Braided

Standard ladders are thin braided cords that are used in the construction of blinds, the ladder spaces and holds the slats together. In some product styles you may have the option of substituting a cloth twill tape in place of the standard ladder or changing the color of the ladder to create a custom look.


Slat Size

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Slats 1"

Windows aren't one-size-fits all, so we offer different slat or louver sizes. In general, small windows and French doors look best with smaller slat sizes. 2" & 2 1/2" slats suit medium and large windows.


Slats 1"

Windows aren't one-size-fits all, so we offer different slat or louver sizes. In general, small windows and French doors look best with smaller slat sizes. 2" & 2 1/2" slats suit medium and large windows.


Slats 1"

Windows aren't one-size-fits all, so we offer different slat or louver sizes. In general, small windows and French doors look best with smaller slat sizes. 2" & 2 1/2" slats suit medium and large windows.


Specialty

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Cut outs

Cut outs are frequently used to avoid the bulnose tiles that protrude into kitchen and bathroom windows. Cut outs are also use when an air conditioner, heating register, or other object interferes with the slats, louvers or shades. Be sure to provide exact width, length and cut-out measurements on the order to ensure proper fit.

Please note that the exact cut out size or placement on Pleated or Cellular shade products is not guaranteed. The position of the cut out is altered when shade fabrics relax and the cell location is not in the same position as it was when the shade was manufactured. This may also cause contact fraying.


Multi Color

An upgrade allowing the use of two or more color of slat material to be used. Creating a stripe or stripes in the blind.


Multi Color

An upgrade allowing the use of two or more color of slat material to be used. Creating a stripe or stripes in the blind.


Multi Color

An upgrade allowing the use of two or more color of slat material to be used. Creating a stripe or stripes in the blind.


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