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Roller blinds are a great way to add privacy and shade to any room. They are exceptionally versatile, come in a variety of colours and textures, and are suitable for any room at home or at the office. Additionally, installing your roller blinds is really simple!

 

WHAT YOU NEED

Before you install your roller blinds make sure you have the following with you:

  1. A steel measuring tape
  2. A pencil
  3. An electric drill
  4. 6mm masonry drill bit
  5. A screwdriver

Our roller blinds include the wall plugs, screws, and brackets you need to complete your installation.

STEP 1: MEASURE YOUR WINDOW 

The first step is to measure and mark your holes for drilling. Make sure take your time and get your measurements right.

FOR INSIDE MOUNT (RECESS FIT):

  1. Attach your brackets to your blind and measure how far apart they are from each other.
  2. Now use those measurements and your brackets to mark the top of the window frame. Remember to make sure your brackets don’t stick out the front of the window.
  3. Use your pencil to mark where you need to drill holes.

 

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FOR OUTSIDE MOUNT (FACEFIX):

  1. Attach your brackets to your blind and measure how far apart they are from each other.
  2. Now place your blind above the window frame and mark where the brackets are. Remember to make sure that the blind lowers past the bottom of the window frame when opened and check that it is centered across the window.
  3. Now remove your brackets and place them back on the wall where you made your marks and using the pencil, mark the drill holes.
STEP 2: DRILL YOUR HOLES

  1. Once you are happy with your measurements, go ahead and drill the holes your require. Use the appropriate safety gear like gloves and goggles to protect yourself.
  2. Now put the wall plugs in the holes and attach the brackets using the screws provided.
STEP 3: HANG YOUR BLIND

The last step to install your roller blinds is to hang by attaching them to the brackets. On one side of the blind you will see that there is a spring loaded rod that attaches to the brackets. Put that side in first and then lift the other side of the roller blind in.  

CONCLUSION

Installing roller blinds is a simple process, but make sure you take your time. If you need help our team of DIY professionals will be happy to help.

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