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How To Fit Roller Blinds

Before fitting, check to see if there are any obstructions, i.e. vents or handles, which would affect the smooth operation of the blind. Make an allowance for these when fitting.

Fitting the brackets

The bracket positions illustrated are for a blind with a control chain on the right hand side of the blind. For a blind with the control chain on the left, the brackets should be at the opposite ends. Brackets can be top, side or face fixed to any flat surface. They must be level to ensure the smooth operation of the blind. Check that the rolled up fabric will not touch any surface. To calculate the spacing between the brackets add 35mm to the width of the blind fabric. Fix the brackets so that the outsides of the brackets are this distance apart.

how to fit your roller blind

Hold the blind to the brackets with the fabric hanging from the back of the blind.

Fit the spring plunger into its bracket and push the blind into the bracket, depressing the plunger.

With the locating hook pointing downwards and the chain guard lug at the top, place the hook into the vertical part of the ‘+’ shaped hole in the bracket.

Allow the hook to drop downwards so that it locks into place in the bracket.


Young children can strangle in a loop of pull cords, chains and tapes, and cords that operate window coverings.

They can also wrap cords around their necks. To avoid strangulation and entanglement, keep cords out of the reach of young children. Move beds, cots and furniture away from window covering cords.