Measure Up !

The summarized guide to measuring your window panels 

 
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Windows flanked by walls at the side

1. Width:

a. Measure the inner width of your window frame by placing your measuring tape from the left wall to the right wall (refer to the green arrow).

b. Minus 0.5 cm or 0.25" to the final measurements.

Note: To ensure that blinds / curtains can fit into the enclosed window panel

2. Height:

a. Measure the inner height of your window frame by placing your measuring tape from the top wall to the bottom (refer to the blue arrow).

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Exposed windows

1. Width:

a. Measure the width of your window frame by placing your measuring tape from the left window frame to the right window frame (refer to the greenarrow).

b. Add at least 5 cm or 2" to each side to the final measurements.

Note: To minimize light seeping in from the sides of the window panel

2. Half Height:

a. Measure the height of your window frame by placing your measuring tape from the top window frame to the bottom window frame (refer to the blue arrow).

b. Add at least 5 cm or 2" to the final measurements.

Note: To minimize light seeping in from the bottom of the window panel


3. Full Height:

a. Measure the height of your window frame by placing your measuring tape from the top window frame to the floor (refer to the pink arrow).

b. Minus 1 cm or 0.5" to the final measurements.

To allow the curtains to elevate slightly above ground

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Installation type

1. Beam Installation

a. Measure the width of the beam by placing the measuring tape from the inner wall to the edge of the beam (refer to the green arrow).

b. Ensure the width of the beam is at least 5 cm or 2" thick.

Note: Beam may crack during drilling if they are lesser than the mentioned width

2. Wall Installation

a. Add at least 7.5 cm or 3" to the final height measured (refer to the blue arrow).

Note: To prevent drilling into window frame structure hidden in the wall