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How to Install Double Roller Blinds

Complete Guide to Installing Double Roller Blinds

Before you begin installing your blinds, make sure to read through instructions throughly, make a checklist of what you need, amount of people needed to install your blinds, and then start the installation process.

Take your time with this and remember to contact us with any questions!

Complete Guide to Installing Double Roller Blinds

Before you begin installing your blinds, make sure to read through instructions throughly, make a checklist of what you need, amount of people needed to install your blinds, and then start the installation process.

Take your time with this and remember to contact us with any questions!

Step 1: Using a pencil, mark where you will be placing your brackets within the recess/on the face of your window. Use the holes on the bracket as a guide for where to draw your markers.

Step 2: Using a drill, drill your pilot holes into the corners of the window frame. The pilot holes are used as a guide for where to place your screws for the brackets during installation.

Step 3: Using the pilot holes made earlier as a guide, screw your brackets into the window frame.

Step 4: Your brackets are now ready to install the roller blinds. Install the lower blind first by lining up the pin to its bracket. Ensure your blind is facing the correct way - for example, the roll is rolling either under or over depending on which one you have ordered.

Tip: When working with lighter coloured fabrics, wear gloves when handling to avoid smudging.

Step 5: When installing your top roller blind, ensure that the chain falls neatly into the chain guide to avoid any jamming of the chain whilst using your roller blinds.

Step 6: To stop your blind from over-rolling, fasten the supplied limiter to the chain. To work out where this should be, simply roll the blind to where you would like it to stop, and clip the limiter onto the appropriate bead on the blind chain to stop the blind from rolling beyond this point.

Step 7: Finally, secure the child safety hook that is supplied already hanging on the chain to the side of the windowsill using a drill. This ensures the chain stays in place within the window frame.


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