Window and window accents are essentials that are hard to live without. When it comes to having window treatments, they play an important role in maintenance. While a window provides a bright space for light to stream in light, it also is a way of allowing your space to be fully ventilated as well. Window treatments help in providing people with more flexibility to not only maintain that but to also provide protection to window spaces. When it comes to choosing blinds as an option for window treatments the there are various ways of operating them. You can opt for blinds with cord, wands or even motorized ones too. Cordless blinds are not only popular in demand but are also a trend that is picking up. While they pose as stylish and easy to operate what makes people hesitant about cordless blinds is the question of fixing it if any problems occur. How to further ensure that the blinds reach the bottom of the window with a single swift motion? There are tricks and tactics for fixing cordless blinds that don’t come down but is important to understand how they function for this.
How do Cordless Blinds Work?
Ever felts that blinds were too complicated? Ever feel stumped as to which way to pull or how much force to apply while tugging the cord/wand? When it comes to blinds there are various ways of operating, but a simple option is cordless blinds. They not only pack simplicity but don’t compromise on the kind of design or style. You can find cordless Roman blinds, Cellular, Roller, Venetian, and more. Cordless blinds provide the easy solution of pulling down or pushing up the blinds with great ease in one single motion.
It functions in the most simple and basic manner. If you want to lower cordless shades, all you need to do is gently pull it down in one swift motion. The same mechanism works if you want to put it back up again, all you need to do is simply and gently press all the panels against each other and push back together or to the desired level.
Cordless blinds come with many springs and other mechanisms so that it makes it easy to lift, pull-down or adjust the height of the blinds according to the preferred length. Their easy-to-use design makes them a great option in almost any room be it the study, the living room, the dining room or even spaces like the kitchen and the washroom!
How to Fix Levolor Cordless Blinds That Won’t Go Down
Cordless blinds are an extremely popular option due to the various benefits and convince that they aim to provide. With the recent boom of technology, motorized blinds and innovative design are rampant and popular option. Since blinds are mechanical it is extremely easy to encounter problems with the various components that help it function.
A common problem that many people face is how to fix blinds that don’t go all the way down. With blinds that operate with cords or wand to be pulled up or let down, it is easy for people to look up DIY hacks but for cordless blinds, people often feel stumped.
Sometimes while bringing down cordless blinds, no matter how much you try to pull them down they often get stuck at a certain point. It often seems disproportionately covering the window. Here is a way on how you can try fixing your blind that might not go all the way down.
• It is important to know that many cordless blinds that are manual pulled up or down come with many springs. Often if the cordless blinds do not go all the way down, the prime suspect for this could be those springs.
• What needs to be done is, identify there the strings that are placed on the blinds (they hold the slats together). Place one hand behind the blind towards the top and one on the front at the top end (matching the other hand). Both hands should be at the same spot on the top just one at the back and on in the front.
• Then you need to press your palms firm but gently and slowly run it down the blinds ensuring that you are stretching the panels of the blinds.
• Repeat this action if there is a string that ties together the panel of your blind on the other side as well.
• Another way of doing this is also by lifting the blind at a 45-degree angle and fully trying to extend it. This is effective if the blinds are just a few inches above the bottom of the window.