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How to Measure for Inside Mount Wood & Faux Wood Blinds

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Measuring for Inside Mount Wood and Fauxwood Blinds is just 2 simple steps. In this short video, you'll see just how easy it is!

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Measuring for Inside Mount Wood and Fauxwood Blinds is just 2 simple steps. In this short video, you'll see just how easy it is!

<p>Measuring for horizontal blinds is simple &ndash; it&rsquo;s just 2 easy steps. &nbsp;In this short video you will see just how easy it is to measure for an Inside Mount. Inside Mount refers to a blind that is mounted on the inside of your window frame. &nbsp;This type of mount is by far the most common choice and is highly recommended. An Outside Mount is typically used in only 2 situations; if there are obstructions inside of your window-frame such as an alarm sensor, OR if your window frame lacks sufficient mounting depth to hold your blind. &nbsp;Our web site provides details on how much depth is required to install your blinds with an Inside Mount. In most cases the depth that you will need is only a few inches. When measuring for any window covering, it is important to use a steel measuring tape and round to the nearest 1/8&rdquo; of an inch increment.</p> <p>Your first step is to measure the width of your window; rounding down to the nearest 1/8&rdquo; increment after taking each measurement. &nbsp;Begin by measuring the inside width of your window opening in three places; top, middle, and bottom. After recording your three measurements, select the narrowest one. &nbsp;This will be the width you will order. Please do not make any deductions to this measurement; the factory will make your blind slightly narrower so that it can properly move up and down within your window.</p> <p>Your second step is to measure the exact height of the window opening in three places; left, middle, and right. Choose the tallest measurement; this is the height you will order. Now that you have completed these 2 simple steps you are ready to place your order, it&rsquo;s that easy.</p>