Installing Roller Blinds

Step-by-step instructions to install roller blinds in 20 minutes or less!


Installation of roller blinds is easy, fast and can be done by yourself. Everything you need to know can be found below and while these steps are specifically tailored to the blinds that we sell, they can be applied to almost any manufacturer. To start, let's take a look at what you will need.

You Will Need:

  • Multi-Directional Brackets (included)
  • Screwdriver (not included)
  • Electric Drill (not included)
  • Tape Measure (not included)
  • Pencil (not included)

Please Note: Unless otherwise specified, screws and wall plugs are not included. You will need to choose the correct hardware to match your home.


Top Fixing Installation

  • Step 1

    For an inside-recess installation, brackets can be fixed to the top of the window recess.

    For an outside-recess installation, measure the blinds and window recess to determine where the blinds should sit for a symmetrical overlap. See the diagram below for details.

  • Step 2

    Measure a distance away from the window frame, as seen below, where you will place your brackets. Before drilling, consider any obstructions such as handles that may catch the blinds.

    Use a pencil to mark the position of the holes you will drill and then screw into position. You will need to purchase screws and wall plugs separately to match your home's requirements.

  • Step 3 

    Once the brackets are installed, hold the fully-wound blind and then insert the retractable pin into the bracket as shown.

    To remove the roller in the future, simply push the pin inwards and do the opposite of the next step.

    A diagram showing how to clip one side of the blind into the bracket

  • Step 4

    Align the plastic hooks from the chain drive and thread through the corresponding holes on the bracket before gently pulling down until the control drive clicks into position.

    A diagram showing how to clip the chain end of the blind into the bracket

Face Fixing Installation

  • Step 1

    For an inside-recess installation, brackets can be fixed in the corner directly onto the window frame or wall.

    For an outside-recess installation, measure the blinds and window recess to determine where the blinds should sit for a symmetrical overlap. See the diagram below for details.

  • Step 2

    Hold each bracket where they will be installed and use a pencil to mark the position of the hole you will drill. Choose a suitable wall plug and screw thread for the surface you're drilling.

    Please Note: for a face-fix installation you will need to measure from the outside edge of the brackets to avoid placing them too closely.

    A diagram showing where to screw through the brackets

  • Step 3

    Once the brackets are installed, hold the fully-wound blind and then insert the retractable pin into the bracket as shown.

    To remove the roller in the future, simply push the pin inwards and do the opposite of the next step.

    A diagram showing how to clip one side of the blind into the bracket

  • Step 4

    Align the plastic hooks from the chain drive and thread through the corresponding holes on the bracket before gently pulling down until the control drive clicks into position.

    A diagram showing how to clip the chain end of the blind into the bracket

Child Safety Instructions:

  • Step 1

    Hook the safety device onto the chain, then position it at the bottom to prevent excess slack in the chain.

    Please Note: child safety devices are required to minimize risk of entanglement for children or pets.

    A diagram showing how to tighten the chain

  • Step 2

    Use a pencil to mark the position of the holes you will drill and then screw into position. You will need to purchase screws and wall plugs separately to match your home's requirements.

    A diagram showing how to install the child safety clip

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