How to install Blinds

Installing an Aluminium Venetian Blinds

Aluminium Venetian Blind Installation Instructions

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Please Note: Screws are not supplied for bracket fixings and are dependent on the surface to which you are fixing please see chart below for recommended guide:
Fixture Guide Recommended Philips Head
Wood ¾" 8 gauge for recess fit and ½" 8 gauge for face fit
Steel ½" 6 gauge
Ceiling Toggle Bolt
Plasterboard Wall mates
Aluminium ½ 8 gauge or tech screw
Brick Green plug and 1 ½ 8 gauge self tapper

Watch how to install a Aluminium Venetian Blind

1

Depending on if your blind is face fit or recess fit place the brackets in position and with a pencil mark the surface of the wall or window recess for drilling. Brackets should be positioned at each end of the head rail avoiding internal controls. On larger blinds one or more central support brackets are required.

2

When you are happy that you have correct positions for the brackets pre drill the screw holes and fix brackets securely.

3

To fix the blind in position, gently push the head rail onto the front hooks of the bracket (this is the plastic sprung insert) Push inwards and twist the back of the head rail upwards in one motion. The head rail will snap into position.

4

Secure the safety cleat supplied, firmly to the wall at least 1.6m up from the floor to avoid a choking hazard. It is important to keep chains and cords safely away from children your new blind will have a safety warning tag attached please read carefully and do not remove.

5

To operate your new blind use cord control to lift and lower, using a steady tension and movement and avoid jerking or tugging of the cords.

Installing a Cedar Venetian Blinds

Cedar Timber Venetian Blind Installation Instructions

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Please Note: Screws are not supplied for bracket fixings and are dependent on the surface to which you are fixing please see chart below for recommended guide:
Fixture Guide Recommended Philips Head
Wood ¾" 8 gauge for recess fit and ½" 8 gauge for face fit
Steel ½" 6 gauge
Ceiling Toggle Bolt
Plasterboard Wall mates
Aluminium ½ 8 gauge or tech screw
Brick Green plug and 1 ½ 8 gauge self tapper

Watch how to install a Cedar Timber Venetian Blind

1

Depending on if your blind is face fit or recess fit place the brackets in position and with a pencil mark the surface of the wall or window recess for drilling. Brackets should be positioned at each end of the head rail avoiding internal controls. On larger blinds one or more central support brackets are required. Your blind will come with the recommended quantity.

The bracket fixes to the wall with the lever arm at the top facing outwards.

2

When you are happy that you have correct positions for the brackets pre drill the screw holes and fix brackets securely.

3

To fit the blind, make sure bracket levers are in open position. Position head box onto the brackets and holding in place twist lever across towards head box to lock the head box to the bracket.

4

Secure the safety cleat supplied, firmly to the wall at least 1.6m up from the floor to avoid a choking hazard. It is important to keep chains and cords safely away from children your new blind will have a safety warning tag attached please read carefully and do not remove.

5

To operate your new blind use cord control to lift and lower, using a steady tension and movement and avoid jerking or tugging of the cords.

Installing a Timber-look Nova Blinds

Watch how to install a Timber-look Nova Blind

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Installing a Panel Glide Blinds

Panel Glide Blind Installation Instructions

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Installing a Roller Blinds

Roller Blind Installation Instructions

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Please Note: Screws are not supplied for bracket fixings and are dependent on the surface to which you are fixing please see chart below for recommended guide:
Fixture Guide Recommended Philips Head
Wood ¾" 8 gauge for recess fit and ½" 8 gauge for face fit
Steel ½" 6 gauge
Ceiling Toggle Bolt
Plasterboard Wall mates
Aluminium ½ 8 gauge or tech screw
Brick Green plug and 1 ½ 8 gauge self tapper

Watch how to install a Roller Blind

1

Depending on if your blind is face fit or recess fit place the brackets in position, and with a pencil mark the surface of the wall or window recess for drilling screw holes. One bracket is used with the control side A (Chain) this has a protrusion as shown in the picture and the second is used with the rotator side.

2

When you are happy that you have correct positions for the brackets pre drill the screw holes and fix brackets securely.

3

Taking the blind install the chain drive end into the bracket with protrusion (A) making sure that the two markings on the top of the chain drive are facing upwards. Now placing the other end of the blind into the track of the other bracket until it clicks into position.

4

Secure the safety cleat supplied, firmly to the wall at the appropriate position to keep tension on the control chain and avoid a choking hazard. It is important to keep chains and cords safely away from children your new blind will have a safety warning tag attached please read carefully and do not remove.

5

To operate your new blind use chain control to lift and lower, using a steady tension and movement and avoid jerking or tugging of the chain.

Installing a Roman Blinds

Roman Blind Installation Instructions

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Please Note: Screws are not supplied for bracket fixings and are dependent on the surface to which you are fixing please see chart below for recommended guide:
Fixture Guide Recommended Philips Head
Wood ¾" 8 gauge for recess fit and ½" 8 gauge for face fit
Steel ½" 6 gauge
Ceiling Toggle Bolt
Plasterboard Wall mates
Aluminium ½ 8 gauge or tech screw
Brick Green plug and 1 ½ 8 gauge self tapper

Watch how to install a Roman Blind

1

Depending on if your blind is face fit or recess fit place the brackets in position, and with a pencil mark the surface of the wall or window recess for drilling screw holes. Brackets should be positioned at each end of the head rail and spread intermediately across the width as required approx 110m apart.

Note: If you are fixing your Romans within the recess make sure you leave adequate distance from the window surface for your blind to gather when pulled up.

2

When you are happy that you have correct positions for the brackets pre drill the screw holes and fix brackets securely.

3

On the top of the head box you will see a lip/groove which locks into place on the front edge of the bracket, then push the head rail backwards and the rear of the head rail fully up to lock the blind into the brackets securely.

4

Secure the safety cleat supplied, firmly to the wall at the appropriate position to keep tension on the control chain and avoid a choking hazard. It is important to keep chains and cords safely away from children your new blind will have a safety warning tag attached please read carefully and do not remove.

5

To operate your new blind use chain control to lift and lower, using a steady tension and movement and avoid jerking or tugging of the chain.

Installing a Vertical Blinds

Vertical Blind Installation Instructions

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Please Note: Screws are not supplied for bracket fixings and are dependent on the surface to which you are fixing please see chart below for recommended guide:
Fixture Guide Recommended Philips Head
Wood ¾" 8 gauge for recess fit and ½" 8 gauge for face fit
Steel ½" 6 gauge
Ceiling Toggle Bolt
Plasterboard Wall mates
Aluminium ½ 8 gauge or tech screw
Brick Green plug and 1 ½ 8 gauge self tapper

Watch how to install a Vertical Blind

1

Depending on if your blind is face fit or recess fit place the brackets in position, with a pencil mark the surface of the wall or window recess to indicate where to drill screw holes. Brackets should be no more than 100mm either end, and spread intermediately across the width approx 900mm apart. Brackets will be supplied for either recess or face fix as specified when ordering.

If face fit be sure to check length to locate brackets are set at the correct height

2

When you are happy that you have correct positions for the brackets pre drill the screw holes and fix brackets securely.

3

Locate track in the rear lug of bracket and tighten short screw.

4

Check alignment of carriers and rotate to open position, attach slats to carriers so that the slats hang in the open position. If required install weights into the bottom slat hem and attach chain to both sides of weights

5

If you have a chain/cord control secure the safety cleat supplied, firmly to the wall at the appropriate position to keep tension on the control chain and avoid a choking hazard. It is important to keep chains and cords safely away from children your new blind will have a safety warning tag attached please read carefully and do not remove.

5

To operate your new blind use chain or wand control to open, close and rotate using a steady tension and movement and avoid jerking or tugging of the chain or wand.

Installing a Sheer Curtain Blinds

Sheer Curtain Blinds Installation Instructions

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Installing a Vision Blinds

Vision Blind Installation Instructions

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Installing a Automatic Outdoor Awnings

Automatic Outdoor Awnings Installation Instructions

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Alfresco / Patio Outdoor Channel Blinds

Installing Alfresco / Patio Outdoor Channel Blind

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Installing a Folding Arm Awnings

Folding Arm Awning Installation Instructions

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Installing a Plantation Shutters

Motorised Remote Setup

Hardwired Motor Remote Setup

Remote Control Setup for Hardwired Motor

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Lithium Motor Remote Setup

Remote Control Setup for Lithium Motor

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