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Pole Position Curtain & Blind Fitting Services
Standard Services – at Pole Position we offer the following professional services as standard:
- Fitting of curtain tracks and poles
- Making and fitting of covered laths & fascias (made-to-measure on site, see photos below)
- Fitting of bespoke soft blinds such as Roman, Austrian and London
- Fitting of made-to-order blinds including Velux®, Vertical, Roller, wood and metal venetians
- Supply & fitting of sliding panel systems
Specialised Services – In addition to the standard range of curtain and track fitting services:
- We are experts in the fitting of Silent Gliss motorised tracks and blinds.
- Our curtain fitters can also offer a comprehensive measuring service
- We can provide a full made-to-measure soft furnishing service
Peace of Mind - For your convenience and peace of mind, we also:
- Offer before work appointments
- Have full public liability insurance
- Are fully Health and Safety aware - CSS Accreditation (Full PPE is always carried)
- Accept debit card payments over the telephone
- Service existing tracks and blinds
- Offer full coverage of the South of England including central London, Surrey and the Home Counties.
Covered Lath & FasciaThis is a very neat and unobtrusive way of hiding a curtain track, and it works particularly well in situations where there is very little space between the top of the window and the ceiling. The lath is a wooden top-board which is covered tightly in the same fabric as the curtains. The fascia is a small down-stand also tightly wrapped in fabric, which hides the track running immediately behind it. When the curtains are open during the day you simply see a narrow strip of fabric, when closed at night, the heading of the curtain entirely hides the lath. The pictures below show how the fitter constructs the covered lath, and how it looks with the curtains in place.
1. The hardboard fascia is attached to the wooden top-board
2. The structure is tightly wrapped with fabric which is then stapled in place
3. The fabric wrap has been completed
4. The metal track is screwed to the underside of the lath using spacers to allow for the brackets to be positioned
5. The finished lath viewed from the front prior to fitting
6. The lath has now been fitted and the curtains hung on the left side only. The heading of the curtains totally hides the lath.