Curtain holdbacks – A cross curtain rod works curtains with truss system. When curtains are install and curtains are attached to the curtain carrier, the curtains are opened and closed by pulling a cord. Most displacement kits will compete with all the hardware need to mount the rods above your windows. With a drill and a screwdriver you can easily and easily mount a curtain rod and hang your curtains.
Measure the curtain holdbacks to determine the fixed position. Select the position of the screws for the brackets with a pen. Attach the holders to their predetermined position by installing hardware that was included in the bracket. Ideally, the brackets should be installed in studs, but this may not be possible. If studs are not available, use hollow wall anchors to attach the consoles to the plaster. Drill holes and screw the screws into the mounting brackets and the wall. Place the brackets at least 40 inches for extra wide awnings.
Install the curtain holdbacks by pushing it in the brackets until it clicks. After the rod is pushed into position, fasten it by turning each cam bolt with a screwdriver. Attach the tension roller to the wall directly below the slot opening with the supplied hardware. Use the cord to open and close the wearers. Tie a knob and trim the excess cord at the knot. Pull the cord into the wizard to complete the installation.