Triad Expands It's Line to Ease Window Treatment Woes

The Inventor of the E-Z Curtain Rod Bracket Has Answered the Requests of It's Customers.

Plainville, MA, August 02, 2009 --( Dana Titus, the inventor of the E-Z Curtain Rod Bracket has responded to overwhelming requests to offer this time-saving curtain rod bracket in doubles. Many window treatment projects require hanging two sets of curtains, one over the other to complete the decorating. These double curtain rod brackets are just as easy to use as the singles according to Titus. "You simply press into place at the top of your window molding and tap down lightly with a small tack hammer, done," says Mr Titus.

"We've had an overwhelming request for a double curtain rod bracket we could not ignore," says Dana. Triad has had to design, test and then retool, to work this new model into their line. The new brackets work on the same patented fused pin principle. Pins have been fused onto a standard curtain rod bracket, eliminating the need for screws or nails. They have been engineered and tested to hold fifty pounds of weight and as with the originals, leave no visible holes in your wood work.

The brackets are not available in stores as of yet, at least not nationwide. They are available in window treatment and hardware stores across Southern New England presently. The E-Z Curtain Rod Brackets can, however, easily be ordered online at the link below and customers receive free shipping on any size order.

There are other curtain rod brackets that don’t require screws or nails, but the hardware is bulky and takes up the whole corner of the window molding-not very practical. “Let your curtains be the object of attention, not the hardware,” Dana says. Triad has put a demonstration video on it's web site to show just how easily these brackets can be installed. You can watch this video and get more information at or call Thomas Burr @ (508) 243-5262.

Contact: Thomas Burr (508) 243-5262

Thomas Burr
(508) 243-5262