Helser Brothers, a manufacturer of drapery hardware for the interior design trade, has recently launched its much-awaited Metro line of drapery hardware
Online PR News – 19-August-2017 – Chandler, AZ – Metro is one of the company’s super sleek lines of drapery hardware and is available in four finishes; Brushed Nickel, Soft Brass, Chrome, and Gloss Black. The hardware also includes four real crystal finials giving it an elegant look.rnrnThe Metro drapery hardware line is available in both 7/8″ and 1-1/4″ diameter rods. Both drapery rods meet Helser standards for heavy duty use. Metro rods are manufactured in 120″ lengths and custom-cut to your exact specifications. The smaller 7/8″ diameter rod has a bracket to bracket maximum of 63″ for a heavy treatment and 73″ for a light treatment. The heftier 1-1/4″ diameter will handle 78″ for a heavy treatment and 90″ for a light treatment.rnrnMetro offers a wide assortment of bracket choices, both single and double. The company also offers adjustable brackets and very sleek new horizontally adjustable bypass brackets. Helser Brothers has downsized the rings and bypass rings based on customer feedback. They now offer the small size ring on the 1-1/4″ rods and the extra small size for the 7/8″ rods. According to the company, these the new low profile bypass brackets and rings will provide longer life span.rnrn“The absolute crown jewel in our Metro drapery hardware line is our innovative and elegant new Foldaway Adjustable Tieback Arm. We are proud and thrilled to introduce this revolutionary folding design to the industry.” – Jay Helser, Co-Founder, Helser BrothersrnWhether customers are looking for a traditional, transitional, or contemporary look, the new Metro drapery hardware covers it all.rnrnAbout Helser BrothersrnHelser Brothers is a trade-only drapery hardware manufacturer with a reputation for premium quality products. Founded by Jay and Mark Helser, brothers, innovators, and business partners. Beginning in 1996, in a 900 square foot suite, Helser Brothers has come a long way. In 2003, the company expanded into its current location, a 19,000 square-foot manufacturing facility located in the heart of the Chandler, Arizona business district.