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How to Install Roller Blinds - Inside & Outside Mount

How to Install - Roller Blinds Inside Mount

In this video, Michael shows you just how simple and easy it is to install your Roller Blinds - Inside Mount

Handy Hints:

  • With your blind you will receive two brackets - One male and one female 
  • The male bracket is used for the chain control side of the blind.  The female bracket is used on the neutral or non-control end 
  • Ensure you have the appropriate screws for installation.  Installation screws for Timber have been supplied with your blind.  If you are installing into Masonry or Aluminium, you will need to purchase the right screws required for installation.

Follow these steps for an easy installation:

  1. Hold the brackets to the place on your window frame where they are to be fixed and with a grey pencil mark where the screws will go.
  2. Pre drill the bracket holes if required.  This will avoid splitting your timber, particularly if you have an older style house.
  3. Now using your cordless screwdriver and the 4 screws, fix the brackets to the window.
  4. Install your blind into the male bracket first  which is also the chain end.
  5. Before inserting the blind into the bracket – make sure the chain is hanging evenly from both sides.
  6. Hold the chain end in position and move to the other end of the blind. Guide the spring-loaded pin into the track of the female bracket until it clicks into position.
  7. Once the blind is installed it should have 2mm movement from left to right between the brackets. If not – adjust your brackets according for secure fixing.
  8. Using the chain drive, lower your blind to the bottom of your window frame and then install your stop ball on the chain at the point just before it enters the chain drive. This will ensure that your blind is not over rolled when lowering.
  9. Install your safety cleat out of the reach of children. 

Well done! You got your DIY on and your blind is now installed.  How easy was that?

How to Install - Roller Blind Outside Mount

In this video, Michael shows you just how easy it is to install an outside mounted roller blind.

Handy Hints:

  • With your blind you will receive two brackets - One male and one female 
  • The male bracket is used for the chain control side of the blind. The female bracket is used on the neutral or non-control end 
  • Ensure you have the appropriate screws for installation. Installation screws for Timber have been supplied with your blind.  If you are installing into Masonry or Aluminium, you will need to purchase the right screws required for installation.

Follow these steps for an easy installation:

  1. Hold the brackets to the place on your window frame where they are to be fixed.  (Usually, level with the edge of your architrave)
  2. With a pencil, mark the two screw holes on each bracket. 
  3. Drill a small pilot hole in the middle of each marking. 
  4. Now using your cordless screwdriver and the 4 screws, fix the brackets to the window frame.
  5. Install your blind into the male bracket first which is also the chain end
  6. Before inserting the blind into the bracket – make sure the chain is hanging evenly from both sides.
  7. Hold the chain end in position and move to the other end of the blind. Guide the spring-loaded pin  into the track of the female bracket until it clicks into position.
  8. Once the blind is installed it should have 2mm movement from left to right between the brackets. If not – adjust your brackets according for secure fixing.
  9. Using the chain drive, lower your blind to the bottom of your window frame and then install your stop ball on the chain at the point just before it enters the chain drive. This will ensure that your blind is not over rolled when lowering.
  10. Slide your bracket covers over the side of each of your brackets.
  11. Install your safety cleat out of the reach of children. 

Well done!  Your blind is now installed.  How easy was that? 

To remove your blind:

To remove your blind, turn the large clear wheel at the neutral end anti clockwise.  

This action will slide the metal pin inward and the blind will slide out of the bracket.

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