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Where a cornice is present and not too high it is best to blend the rail in so it becomes part of the cornice.

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Posted in FAQ's By Will Nuttall

In most cases we suggest you continue the top rail over door frames and windows.

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Posted in FAQ's By Will Nuttall

The preferred method is to take each wall as a separate section. Say your first wall is 4.8m, you will 1x 2m rail and 1x 3m rail leaving .2m of offcut.

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Posted in FAQ's By Will Nuttall

We always recommend using two hangers and hooks per picture, so estimate the likely number of pictures you'll be displaying at any one time and multiply by two.

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Posted in FAQ's By Luke Norman

Due to vast amount of products in any one range it may be necessary to navigate through more than one page to find what you need.

Though we have collected the individual ranges in to their own product page for ease of use, you may need to click between pages using the page number selector...

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Posted in FAQ's By Luke Norman

Posters are generally used because they can be taken down, rolled up and reused when they need to be and we have a couple of ways that you can hang them on your beautiful walls without repeated damage...

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Posted in Advice FAQ's By Luke Norman

The excess of the hanger can be coiled up and tucked behind the...

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Posted in FAQ's By Luke Norman

We have several for you to choose from, you may click on our...

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Posted in Advice FAQ's By Luke Norman

The Locator Extra system has an extended face which allows the user to install the rail in the corner of a square-set ceiling...

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Posted in FAQ's By Luke Norman

The Locator Classic, Extra & Minirail systems have a maximum weight capacity of...

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Posted in Advice FAQ's By Luke Norman

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