Recognized as the industry's best with over 39 years of trouble-free service. G71 is designed for quiet and smooth operation. The Pantograph system makes it easy to open, close and traverse the blinds.
Inside mount blinds are installed inside a window casing or door, or wall to wall in a room. The window casing must be at least 2 ¾" deep for track flush mount or 3 ¾" deep for louvers flush mount. Otherwise, an angle bracket may be necessary.
Measure the exact inside width of the window casing from one inside edge to the other in three different places. Record the narrowest measurement.
Measure the exact height in three different places from top edge of opening to bottom, or top edge of sill if there is one. Record the shortest measurement.
Do not take any deductions for clearance. The factory will take necessary deductions for a perfect fit.
Outside mount blinds are installed outside the window casing, covering an area larger than the window itself.
Measure the exact width of window, including frame if there is one. Add 3" for each side (6" total overlap) to ensure light control and privacy.
Measure height of window from top edge of molding to bottom edge, or to top of sill if there is one. Add 3" to allow for adequate mounting area above the window.
If blind extends to floor (i.e. to cover patio door), measure height in three places, take the smallest measurement and deduct at least 1/2" for clearance so the louvers don't touch the floor.
The factory makes NO allowances on outside mount.
If you want the entire window uncovered when the blind is fully open, you may need to add more than 6" to the width.