I’ve been making loads of bay window poles lately and I thought I’d just show some of the process. The photos aren’t that brilliant as these things are quite difficult to photograph in the workshop and can only really be appreciated once they’re up above a window. Also, I’m not much good at photography!
In this example the customer has supplied a photo of the bay as well as the measurements when emailing for quote.
We write back with the quote and send a drawing to show how the pole will look in relation to the bay.
After the customer accepted the quote and ordered the design drawings are created…
…from which the pole is formed continuously with no welded sections
Here’s another muti-angled bay window curtain pole that’s going out tomorrow along with yet another curved bay pole (which I’ll photograph tomorrow).