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How to Install Plantation Shutters

Getting Your DIY On!

Installing your Plantation Shutters is a sinch! 

We are here to help and will be with you every step of the way. 

If you have any additional questions or a specific requirement for your window, you can all the team at iseekblinds on 1300 664 257, send us a Quick Enquiry or for those tricky windows, book a personal 1:1 session with one of our experts. 

Installation Tool Kit - What you will need to install your Shutters

  • A grey lead pencil
  • A small cordless drill to pre drill holes if required.
  • Pre drilling your bracket holes will avoid splitting your timber, particularly if you have an older style house. It is also recommended for outside mounts.
  • Cordless screwdriver (Recommended)
  • Depending on the window frame material you will be installling your shutters into, make sure you purchase appropriate the Installation Screws - Timber, Masonary or Aluminium
  • A step Ladder if necessary
  • A Leveler

Organising your Shutters

  • Each of your Shutters will have a sticker on them detailing the Room name 
  • Layout each of you shutters in front of the correct window.
  • Starting with the first shutter, open the packaging carefully. Make sure you lay the shutter down on a clean, soft surface.  Open the attached bag containing the brackets & screws. 
  • Place your brackets and screws in front of the window.

You are now ready to install!

Select from either How to Install Inside Mount or How to Install Outside Mount for the installation guidance required. 

Remember - You are not alone. We are here to help. If you have any challenges during installation, please give us a call on 1300 664 257, send us a Quick Enquiry or book in for a personal 1:1 session on line. One of our expert team members will work with you to achieve the stunning results you deserve.

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