Window Treatments

OUTLET PLACEMENT FOR MOTORIZED TREATMENTS

OUTLET PLACEMENT FOR MOTORIZED TREATMENTS

For Plug-n-Play Motorized Treatments where should an outlet be placed?

Motorized Treatments of any kind, be it Motorized Drapery, Motorized Roller Shades or even Motorized Roman Shade, can be fantastic choices for guestrooms. They act as an easy solution for ADA rooms and really add a sense of class and sophistication to normal guestrooms as well. Find out more!

LIFE CARE CENTER | LAWRENCEVILLE, GA - IN PICTURES

LIFE CARE CENTER | LAWRENCEVILLE, GA - IN PICTURES

Situated  beside the Georgia Gwinnett College campus, approximately 30 miles from downtown Atlanta.  Life Care Center of Lawrenceville offers inpatient and outpatient physical, occupational and speech therapy with many options that serve the senior community. Various treatments were made for almost every room, and over three hundred windows were covered with side panels, cornices, blinds and valances.

6 POINTERS TO HOSPITALITY INSTALLATION SCHEDULING

6 POINTERS TO HOSPITALITY INSTALLATION SCHEDULING

Obviously a huge part of a drapery manufacturer’s role in the industry space has to do with installation of the product that is produced. If installation does not go smoothly then it doesn’t really matter how well the drapery is made or how beautiful the design is, people get frustrated. This being said we often have customers ask us to clarify what is involved in setting up a hospitality installation. While in no way is the below an exhaustive explanation, we’ve typed up a six crucial points that should help you along the way (alright to be honest we squeezed a few more thoughts in there, but six just sounds reasonable).

HOW MUCH SPACE NEEDS TO EXIST BETWEEN DRAPERY TREATMENTS?

HOW MUCH SPACE NEEDS TO EXIST BETWEEN DRAPERY TREATMENTS?

When designing window treatments and constructing a property a point that often gets overlooked is the ‘space’ needed for the installation of window treatments. We often have conversations with designers & contractors about the amount of ‘room’ that we will need to install our product and ensure that it works correctly. Here we’ve sought to explain what we mean by ‘space’ or ‘room’ in the hopes that it helps you the designer out in spec writing, you the purchasing agent,  or you the project manager out in avoiding headaches.