We priced the "brand name" Hunter Douglas window treatments and were floored by their expense. Six windows to be covered and the lowest estimate came in around $4300! So, the search began. These Keego blinds received rave reviews, We ordered three blinds for my front office! They were delivered well ahead of the projected date.
Well packaged, the blind kit includes brackets for outside window frame mounting and inside the window frame mounting. Screws, mollies, all included. We installed our blinds inside the frame, and Keego has an ingenious little spring mounted clip to hold it to the frame (which Keego calls "wall"). We measured 6" from the left and right frame, mounted our brackets close to the front edge of the frame and the blinds just snapped in place! Once I got the first set mounted, the other two sets just about installed themselves. All three were done in under an hour!
Quality? Honestly, I don't know if these blinds are as "good" as Hunter Douglas; but I can definitively state the brand name isn't $3500 better. The mechanism is smooth, the slats are straight and the fabric is sheer enough to see through, but when closed, provides the privacy you want from window treatments.
Like all blinds of this type, you cannot have the slats open and roll the blind up midway. Slats must be closed for mid-window opening. A minor "inconvenience" as when the slats are open, you have a clear view of your outside.
So, how much did we like these blinds? We ordered another three for our master and guest bedrooms. And we got quality window treatments for our home for a total of $600 which is a lot better than $4300.