If you buy any of our curtain tracks you won't need to find or buy any screws or plugs. We supply top quality ones with every track we sell.
Unlike the rubbish you get with DIY store style curtain tracks.
I personally have used these screws and plugs for many years. When it comes to successfully fitting tracks either to walls or ceilings. These will complete the job 95% of the time.
You will be very surprised how well this conbination grip a curtain track to the ceiling within a bay. It will be more than adequate for all but the heaviest domestic style curtains.
I'm not saying that if you made a real concerted effort to pull the curtains down that you couldn't. You will be able to with a lot of effort.
However, if this were to happen to you. Would you prefer the track and curtains to end up on the floor ready to be refitted. Or would you prefer it brought the celing down with the curtains and track?
And before anyone says "I will just locate and fit all the brackets to the wooden joists in the ceiling". Good luck with that as most joists are not located anywhere you will need them to be. Most of your fixings will be into plasterboard.
This is why we supply bay tracks with brackets spaced approximately every 30cm (often less depending on shape). On straight track brackets spaced every 40cm.
This means the curtain weight will be more evenly distributed over more brackets. So each bracket has to carry less weight.