3 1/2 inch graber vinyl s-curve vertical blinds

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3 1/2" Graber Vinyl S-Curve Vertical Blinds

$79.20

retail: $316.80 you save 75%

Final price could vary depending on the options you select.

  • + FREE shipping
  • + 3-year Warranty
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Introducing the Graber 3 1/2" Vertical S Curve Vinyl blinds. These vertical blinds are simply gorgeous, and they offer the greatest control over the level of light and privacy in a room while also allowing you the freedom to open them wide for uninhibited views. Available in 30 gorgeous colors, with sizes up to w 144" x h 192", you are sure to find the right fit for your window covering needs.

 

FEATURES

  • 47 Colors Available
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Free Shipping
  • Perfect for Patio and Sliding Glass Doors
  • 4 Valance Options Available

 

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Minimum width: 9"
  • Maximum width: 191"
  • Minimum height: 12"
  • Maximum height: 192"
  • Headrail width: 1 3/8 inches
  • Headrail height:  1 15/16 inches
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As you begin customizing this product, we'll keep the updated price in view at all times.

Price with current selections:
$79.20

Select a mount type:


Inside mount blinds and shades are mounted inside the window frame. This option provides a clean, custom look and is considered the most popular choice. This is a great option if you do not wish to cover the window moldings.


Outside mounted blinds and shades are mounted outside the window, on your wall or molding. This option can make a window appear larger. It is also a solution if the window does not meet the depth requirement for an inside mount

Do you need any special mounting hardware?

Spacer Blocks

Spacer Blocks are used with mounting brackets to provide additional space between the mounting surface and the blind. Spacer blocks are used in certain outside mount applications where there is raised trim, molding, or window framing.


Extension Brackets

Extension Brackets are sometimes needed to install outside mount blinds over raised trim or window framing



Select a size (in inches): how to measure

 

Width:
Height:
NOTE:
Due to the weight, we recommend that blinds wider than 72" be made as a 2 blinds or 3 blinds on one headrail. Dividing a large blind into two or three smaller ones makes it much easier to operate, and will extend the life of the lifting mechanism.

Please note, there will be a small gap (about 1/2") between each of the segments of the blind.

You may purchase your selection as a single headrail if you prefer. Please select from the 3 choices offered.

Select a color / pattern:

Color Disclaimer: We do our best to depict an accurate representation of the actual swatch color. Colors can vary from monitor to monitor. Please order a free sample to ensure accuracy.

Misty White- Quantum GR3393
Alabaster - Quantum GR3390
Arizona Cactus GR3636
Arizona Flatlands GRV3631
Arizona Pool GR3639
Arizona Sierra GR3637
Arizona Terra GR3638
Bronzed - Arizona GR3633
Cream- Quantum GR3391
Laurel Aurora GR3714
Laurel Bisque GRV3710
Laurel Riviera GR3715
Linen Cafe GR6263
Linen Cream GR6261
Linen Ebony GR6265
Linen Lichen GR6262
Linen Royalty GR6264
Linen Snow GR6260
Misty Gray- Quantum GR3392
Model- Quantum GR3395
Quantum Starlight GR6852
Quantum Sunray GR6853
Satin White- Quantum GR3394
Swirls Brownstone GR9162
Swirls Cranberry GR9164
Swirls Ecru GR9161
Swirls Frost GR9160
Swirls Golden Rod GR9163

Select your controls:
*some options may not be available on every blind

Select your valance:


Select your style package:

Traditional Style Package
Contemporary Style Package
Classic Style Package

Select your valance:

Choose a Valance:
No Valance
Square Corner Valance
Rounded Corner Valance
Double Round Valance

*Coordinating fabric is added to the valance for a finished look.

**When selecting an Inside Mount, returns(side panels shown in picture) do not come with this valance.


Additional Comments / Room Name / Sidemarks:

 

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$79.20

Introducing the Graber 3 1/2" Vertical S Curve Vinyl blinds. These vertical blinds are simply gorgeous, and they offer the greatest control over the level of light and privacy in a room while also allowing you the freedom to open them wide for uninhibited views. Available in 30 gorgeous colors, with sizes up to w 144" x h 192", you are sure to find the right fit for your window covering needs.

 

FEATURES

  • 47 Colors Available
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Free Shipping
  • Perfect for Patio and Sliding Glass Doors
  • 4 Valance Options Available

 

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Minimum width: 9"
  • Maximum width: 191"
  • Minimum height: 12"
  • Maximum height: 192"
  • Headrail width: 1 3/8 inches
  • Headrail height:  1 15/16 inches



Measuring: Inside Mount

  • Always measure each window you plan to cover. Windows of different sizes can appear deceptively similar.
  • Use a steel / metal tape measure for accuracy.
  • Record measurements to the nearest 1/8" of an inch. Make sure you clearly indicate width from the height. It's very easy to accidentally transpose measurements.
  • Blinds installed on windows near wall or baseboard heaters must clear the heaters by 12" above and 6" to the sides

IMPORTANT: Measure the actual window opening size. Please do not make deductions. Our factory will take all necessary allowances to ensure proper headrail fitting.

  1. STEP 1 – Find the width: Measure the opening across the top, where the headrail is to be installed, from inside of window frame on left to inside of window frame on right. Round the measurement down to the nearest 1/8".
  2. STEP 2 – Find the height: Measure from the inside top of the opening on the left, at the center, and on the right to the sill; to the closest 1/8". Use the shortest dimension.

Considerations for choosing an inside mount

Inside mount blinds and shades are mounted inside the window frame. This option provides a clean, custom look and is a great option if you do not wish to cover the window moldings.

Although inside mounts are a popular choice, there are a few things to consider before choosing an inside mount.

  • Frame Depth: Inside mount blinds and shades require a minimum mounting depth within your frame. This number varies by window covering type and manufacturer. Review the product info / specs tab for more information. If your window frame isn't deep enough for the style you've chosen, an outside mount is recommended.
  • Obstacles: Obstacles such as window handles or cranks can interfere with the operation of your inside mount treatment. If your window has any type of obstacle, consider choosing an outside mount.

  • Squareness: For inside mount your window should be square, if not, your treatment may not hang or operate properly. Check for squareness by Measuring diagonally in both directions. If measurements differ by more than 1/2", consider choosing an outside mount.
  • Light Gap: A small deduction in width is taken by the factory to allow for proper operating clearance when mounting inside. This causes a small gap on each side of the window covering affecting the blind or shade's ability to darken a room. For optimal light control, outside mount is recommended or you may add a secondary window treatment such as draperies to hide the light gap.

Measuring: Outside Mount

  • Always measure each window you plan to cover. Windows of different sizes can appear deceptively similar.
  • Use a steel / metal tape measure for accuracy.
  • Record measurements to the nearest 1/8" of an inch. Make sure you clearly indicate width from the height. It's very easy to accidentally transpose measurements.
  • Blinds installed on windows near wall or baseboard heaters must clear the heaters by 12" above and 6" to the sides

IMPORTANT: For outside mount applications allow the blind to overlap 1 1/2" – 3" on the sides, top, and bottom of the window. You'll need to add this to your measurements.

  1. STEP 1 – Find the width: Measure the width of the area to be covered at the place where the headrail will be installed to the nearest 1/8". Blind should overlap opening at least 4" on each side to ensure privacy. To maintain the maximum view, allow adequate overlap and consider the stack width.
  2. STEP 2 – Find the height: Measure the height of the area to be covered round down to the nearest 1/8". Blind should extend at least 3" above and 3" below opening or window moulding.
  3. NOTE – For installations to the floor, deduct 1/2" from the shortest height for proper clearance.

Considerations for choosing an outside mount

Outside mounted blinds are installed on your wall or molding surrounding the window and can make a window appear larger. It is also a solution when the window is not deep enough for an inside mount.

  • Surface area above window: Outside mounted blinds and shades require a minimum mounting surface above your window or on the window frame for installation brackets. When choosing an outside mount, make sure you have space for adequate overlap on each side of the window.

Blinds & Shades:

We offer FREE SHIPPING on all our custom blinds & window shade orders shipping within the contiguous United States. Products under 94" in width (or length for vertical blinds) ship free of charge via UPS and/or FedEx from the manufacturing facility located closest to you. Oversized shipments require delivery via freight with a one-time shipping cost of $70.00 per order.

Shutters:

Due to packaging and weight shutters do not ship free. All Shutter orders ship at a flat rate of $70.00 per order.

Commercial Orders:

Commercial orders will be quoted with the cost of shipping.

Alaska & Hawaii

Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii have additional charges and will be quoted at the time the order is placed.

Next day or second day air shipping is available on many, but not all, products at an additional cost. This is quoted when requested.

Product Warranty: Graber Window Blinds

Limited Lifetime Warranty on:

1/2", 1" and 2" Aluminum Horizontal Blinds, 2" headrail and components, Wood, Faux Wood and Composite Blinds, Vertical headrails, channel panels, valances, sheer fabric and painted or stained cornices (unfinished cornices are not warranted)

3-Year Limited Warranty on:

2" vinyl slats, 2" acrylic slats, Vertical vanes (vinyl, S-shaped and fabric)

What is Covered:

This product is warranted against original defects in materials or workmanship for as long as the original purchaser owns the product provided that:

  • The product was properly installed in a residential dwelling
  • The product was made or assembled exclusively from Springs Window Fashions' materials and components
  • Springs Window Fashions' recommendations were followed with regard to limitations and specifications

Who is Covered:

This warranty extends only to you as the original purchaser of the above stated product.

Obligations to the Consumer:

The obligations of Springs Window Fashions are limited to the repair or replacement of parts or products found to be defective. Springs Window Fashions is not responsible for shipping costs or labor costs, for measuring and taking the product down or for remeasuring or reinstalling the product. If repairs are made under this warranty, the repairs will be made with like or similar parts.

Motorization:

Components and accessories have a five-year limited warranty. Batteries not included.

What is Not Covered:

This warranty does not cover conditions or damages caused by abuse, accidents, alterations, misuse or failure to follow instructions for measurement, installation, use, cleaning or maintenance. Normal wear and tear, including but not limited to the items or occurrences below, is not covered by the warranty. Springs Window Fashions considers these items and occurrences normal wear and tear and they are not covered by this warranty

  • Unfinished cornices
  • When left for extended periods in direct sunlight, plastics tend to yellow or crack
  • Some slight warpage, as well as natural variations in color and grain, are normal with a wood product and are not considered defects. Areas of high humidity may cause excessive warpage of wood slats
  • Some loss of color intensity or discoloration may occur in plastic materials or wood finishes when exposed to direct sunlight over long periods of time
  • All fabrics can lose original intensity after long exposure to the sun
  • Colors may vary from lot to lot and may not exactly match samples of previous purchases
  • All cords will eventually wear out