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  How To Measure
how to measure
Here are some guidelines for making the correct measurement of your rods:

1. Measure your window from the outside of the window frame edges.

2. We recommend you allow approximately 2" minimum either side of the window frame for each bracket to sit comfortably without looking too cramped.

3. Each finial has its dimensions so that you can check for clearance either side of your window frame.

For example:
A.Your window frame measures 40" from one edge to another.
B. Add 4" for both brackets.
C. Add the width of each finial, for instance #143 is 4" x 2 = 8"
Total 52" (Clearance from obstructions for each of the finials recommended 1" min.)

For this example the length of rod to order is 44" We make no recommendations as to the height placement of the brackets as this depends on fabric length, height of window frame etc.

Q: What if I have two windows joining in a corner with no space for finials?
Ans: We would suggest two rods joining at the corner with a screw attachment (#HBR510), together with three instead of four standard brackets.

Q: I have a window that has no space for a finial. What can I do?
Ans: Perhaps a Ball finial (#E407) would fit or an End Cap (#E409).

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