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Curtain-Tracks.com Launches New Blog

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 1278 Views 1 comment

We are happy to announce the addition of this blog to the Curtain-Tracks.com website. Our goal is to provide additional information to our customers on topics related to the curtain tracks, drapery hardware, and curtains offered on our Website. You can expect to see detailed explanations on customer questions, project overviews that include the installation of tracks and curtains, demonstrations of products and installations, customer profiles, and links to industry resources. If you’ve got an idea for a topic you would like to see covered, please let us know.

Retail Display Projects with Pierre Deux

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 4171 Views No comments

In 1967, Pierre Le Vec and Pierre Moulin opened a shop in Greenwich Village in NYC with the intent of bringing the beauty of French Country decor to America. They quickly discovered that the curtains, pillows and fabrics they used to accent the furniture sold spectacularly. Over time, the business evolved to include décor for every room in the house. Presently, Pierre Deux is a growing national chain of retail stores that continue that original focus.

Timeless Curtain Track Design

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 2129 Views No comments

It’s been said that great design never goes out of style, and we’d like to share some evidence of that claim. Given our interest in all things related to curtain tracks, we’ve come across an interesting piece of history regarding a classic curtain track design. In England during World War II, it became increasingly important for residents to be in a perpetual state of readiness for air raids. At night, people’s lives depended on blacking out any light visible outside homes and offices for fear that the light would serve as a target during bombing raids. Curtains and the accompanying tracks served an important role in helping to mask these structures after nightfall. As a result, the curtain tracks shown below in this Woolworth (or as the Brits commonly referred to is, Woolies) advertisement from 1940 highlight the ability to “Blackout with EZE.” In fact, these curtain tracks (or rails as they were commonly referred to) were one of the few metal items that continued to be made available to consumers during the height of the war as raw material shortages became an issue for manufacturers.

Drilling Cleanup Tip

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 1885 Views 2 comments

The folks at YellowBrickHome.com have been great customers and been generous in sharing both praise for our company and products, as well as pictures of their projects.  They recently shared a clever installation tip with their readers that is applicable for many of our customers installing curtain track and drapery hardware where holes are being drilled into drywall or sheetrock.  By placing the nozzle of a running vacuum cleaner below the bit while drilling, you can avoid having to sweep up the chalk dust that is generated .  The vacuum will catch the dust before it makes a mess.

FMCA Commercial Member - Curtain-Tracks.com

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 1676 Views 1 comment

Curtain-Tracks.com is a leading supplier of light duty curtain tracks for various applications in motorhomes, travel trailers, campers and recreational vehicles (RVs).  The uses vary, but our curtain tracks are commonly used for window curtains, shower curtains, bunk curtains, and divider/privacy curtains to provide temporary seclusion in an open floor plan.   Our curtain and drapery hardware can be used in RV and trailer projects ranging from replacement of broken or missing parts in modern RVs to fully outfitting restored vintage trailers.

Curtain-Tracks.com Joins WCCA

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 1171 Views No comments

Curtain-Tracks.com is pleased to announce its recent membership with the Window Coverings Association of America.

Shipping Charges for Curtain Tracks

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 2611 Views No comments

We will occasionally hear customers comment about the shipping costs charged by Curtain-Tracks.com to ship the long curtain tracks and we want to provide additional information that will help you as a customer understand the basis of the charges.  We understand that they may seem high as compared to most items ordered online.  However, the size and shape of our products are quite different than those of a book or a pair of shoes.  The shipping costs charged are reflective of the costs incurred to deliver the products to your door.   Shipping charges are not a profit center for our company.

Airstream Travel Trailers Gain Popularity

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 1209 Views No comments

Beginning with Wally Byam's dream to build the perfect travel trailer, Airstream travel trailers have been manufactured for over 70 years. The classic and efficient designs of those early trailers are still present in today's models, with the look of the Airstream mostly unchanged. Airstreams have certainly stood the test of time and their popularity continues to grow (as documented in the Today Show segment provided below), particularly as the RV industry begins to show signs that the US economy is indeed picking up some momentum on its way to a recovery.

Shipment Transit Times

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 1574 Views No comments

Most orders placed through Curtain-Tracks.com are shipped the next business day, excluding holidays.  There are also products offered through our site that require a lead time, such as privacy cubicle curtains or RV and Boat Curtains that must be custom made, and these products are noted accordingly.  We do everything possible to ship orders promptly, and have an established track record of meeting this goal.   Curtain-Tracks.com ships packages via two carriers:

Curtain-Tracks.com Sponsors Little League Baseball

By Curtain-Tracks 11 years ago 1390 Views No comments

Curtain-Tracks.com is pleased to share our support of the local Little League Baseball organization in Bellaire, Texas.  As a company, we believe in giving back to the community and supporting programs that promote the health, development, and well-being of children.  It doesn't hurt that we're baseball fans too (Go Astros!).