Quality curtains require the best in hardware systems to operate.
We work closely with two of our trade partners to bring you a selection of modern and traditional tracks and poles. The combination of nylon and aluminium from Silent Gliss gives the smoothest operation in curtain tracks. The traditional skills used at Hunter Hyland bring us the finest quality poles. Deanswood have a wealth of experience in selecting the correct track or pole for the job.
We pride ourselves in ensuring that the hardware we install is trouble-free and user friendly. Advice is always available on any of our systems. We are also leading the field in bringing automation to curtains and blinds. Deanswood have a number of tracks and control options to suit your project, where we can work closely with your lighting and audio-visual suppliers to bring a seamless system to the end client.
Metropole has the advantages of curtain tracks in that it uses gliders rather than rings and can also be corded and combines this with the appearance of contemporary poles. Please see our separate brochure.
Hunter & Hyland Poles The Hunter & Hyland rage offers a huge choice of traditional wood, brass and iron pole available in a number of finishes and final options. Please see our separate brochure
1080 Used mainly for lightweight curtains or sheers when cords are not required. Also used for valances or where curtains do not need to be drawn.
3900 Our standard corded track used for the vast majority of our curtains, the 3900 easily handles the heaviest curtains.
3840 Is a neat low profile track, ideal for fitting to the ceiling where it is not covered by a pelmet or a facia. This track is also used for our wave headed curtains.
1012, 1011 Our smallest profile track un-corded for lightweight curtains fitted unobtrusively to the ceiling or can be rebated into a soft board.
5400 This versatile motorized track can be used for all but the latest expanse of window and comes with a number of control options. Its heavy-duty belt gives years of trouble-free operation. See our separate brochure on control options and how they can be combined with Audio Visual and lighting systems.