We have posted the most common shade and blind repair parts on this website. However, we have access to replacement parts for all major brands and private label window covering companies. If you do not see what you are looking for here, contact BLINDSAVER ATX with as much information on the type of blind repair part or parts for which you are searching.
Most Common Shade & Blind Repair Parts
One-Inch Mini Blinds
Most common parts needed for repair: tiltors, cord locks, re-string, replacing bent or bad slats. We have replacement parts for all major mini-blind brand names such as Hunter Douglas, Graber, Springs, Bali, Levolor, Skandia, and many other private label brands.
Old Style Venetian Blinds
Most common parts needed for repair: replacement of cotton tapes and re-stringing.
Cellular Window Shades
A popular, energy-efficient window treatment. The most common repairs are re-stringing and the replacement of cord locks and cord guides.
Available with the traditional wooden roller or clutch roller (the more common roller type) and with the cord or beaded chain to operate. Most common parts needed for repair: replacing wooden roller, clutch, re-hem bottom hem on shades, and replacing worn or bad hardware.
Two-Inch Wood Blinds - Wood, Faux Wood, and Composite
Most common blind repair parts: tiltors, cord locks, valance clips, tape drums, re-string, and the replacement of bad or broken slats.
Pleated Window Shades
Have been around for many years, yet not as well-known as cellular window shades. The most common repairs are re-stringing the shades, new cord locks, and replacement of cord guides. We also handle repair on pleated shades, which are very common in conversion vans and RVs.
Most major brand shade fabricators have their own line of custom fabrics from which to choose. Custom drapery workrooms will custom make Roman window shades from hundreds of drapery fabrics—most common shade repair parts: re-stringing the shade, cord locks, and cord pulleys.
One of the highest rates of change in design and manufacturing. They also are made by several US and imported companies, making them more challenging for the DIY person to work on. Most vertical blind repairs will cost less in time and frustration to replace the track only and re-use your existing louvers if they are still in good condition.