Because wood is a natural product, there can be some grain variance visible on your wood slats. While we make every attempt to incorporate complementary wood grains, you may occasionally notice some grain, color variation, or slight
warping throughout your blind. This differentiation sets wood apart from other man-made materials and enhances the beauty of your blind.
For our custom Faux and Real Wood blinds, we recommend that you contact customer service to see if a repair to restring is available. If so, Customer Service will provide the repair costs and generate a repair order number.
Additional wood slats are available for purchase. To order, contact your local Levolor blind retailer or Levolor customer service. Before you order, take a minute to measure
your blind. You’ll need to know the width of the slat, as well as the route hole measurements, starting from the left of the blind working to the right.
Cordless blinds feature skew adjusters located on the underside of the headrail.
To level the blind:
Locate the lowest side of the bottom rail and raise it by turning the corresponding skew adjuster clockwise with a screwdriver while continuing to lift and support the
bottom rail in a leveled position.
NOTE: Turn the skew adjuster that is on the same side as the low end of the bottom rail. Privacy route product will have skew adjusters on both the front and back of
the head rail. Both must be adjusted to raise the bottom rail evenly.
Adjusting the Cordless Blind Height If the blind height is too long:
Lift the bottom rail and turn all skew adjusters clockwise to raise the entire bottom rail to the desired height.
NOTE: There is an adjustment range of approximately 1¼”.
We are committed to delivering reliable products that stand the test of time and back each one up with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
LEVOLOR® extends a limited lifetime warranty to the original residential retail purchaser only if the product was properly installed and remains in the original window. The product is covered against manufacturing defects, i.e., a flaw
in the product design, materials, or workmanship that causes the product to no longer function and has a limited lifetime warranty. Limited warranty extends for the life of the product defined as 10* years.
* 25 years for shutters; 5 years for motorized operating system components (excluding remote); 3 years for vertical vinyl vanes.