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What holds a curtain rod?
Last Updated: 6th February, 2020
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People also ask, what are curtain rod holders called?
Brackets: Brackets are the supportive holders that keep rods and all poles in place.
Likewise, where should curtain rod brackets be placed? Generally, hanging curtain brackets on the wall above and outside the window molding looks best, since it allows fabric to fall gracefully. If you have detailed window frames you don't want to cover, an inside mount (hanging curtains within the frame, as you would with a tension rod) can work.
In this way, how do I keep my curtain rod from moving?
Here are some of the best practices to keep your curtain rods from sliding.
- Extend the Curtain Rod.
- Strengthen the Rod.
- Hang Your Brackets Wide.
- Make Sure the Curtain Rod is the Right Size.
- Tighten the Screws.
- Use Rubber Bands.
- Duct Tape.
- Command Strips.
Do you need middle bracket on curtain rod?
For 1 3/8 Inch Diameter Wood Poles: Two curtain rod brackets are sufficient up to a width of 60 inches (5 feet). For poles over 60 inches, we recommend the third bracket in the center to serve as a center support. Over 96 inches, a third rod bracket is required as a center support; this is mandatory!