Customers often inquire about the proper length of public area batons. As opposed to guestroom batons, public area batons do not have any regulations as to what length they have to be, since guests do not operate them (the staff does), the batons do not need to adhere to the ADA code. Click here to learn more!
There are several options when it comes to the hardware for window treatments. However, there are three main categories: location, function and style. The hardware can often be overlooked, but when it is not up to par, that is when it is noticed with a negative connotation. It is imperative to wisely select the perfect hardware for the look and function that is desired. Keep scrolling to be enlightened and prepare for your upcoming renovation!
Legos, That’s what blocking is, right? Unfortunately not at all. Although it does have to do with construction and structural integrity, its proper place is in the realms of necessity. Blocking is an essential part of any constructed building and applies to many different trades and portions of the construction process. The necessity in our realm applies to that which directly affects drapery installation.
There are typically two times during the life cycle of a project where there is a flurry of communication between the Drapery Manufacturer’s Project Manager and the purchasing agent or owner representative. The first is during the measurement & digestion of measures process. This portion involves setting up the measurement trip and then checking accuracy and possibly adjusting how the specifications match the reality on site. The second flurry comes as production comes to a close and installation begins.