Fitting your new blinds has been made as easy as possible. All of our blinds are provided with full fitting instructions specific to the product in each pack.
If you want to be sure that you are up to the task or in the event that you lose this information you can download a copy from here. Please click on the relevant links below to download a pdf file with all the information you need.
All of our roller blinds are suitable for top or face fixing the brackets. They are not designed to be side fixed with the exception of our total blackout blind system. If you have a steel lintel above your window recess this can normally be drilled through easily using a HSS drill bit on a slow, low torque setting. For really difficult lintels you can use a Tungsten Carbide drill bit.
Please click on the relevant link below to download the fitting instructions needed for your product
Our vertical blinds can be top or face fixed to your window. It is important to decide whether you will top or face fit the blind before you order your blind as the brackets we supply are different for each method. Once you know how you will fit the blind you can select this whilst ordering your blinds.
Please click here to download our vertical blind fitting instructions
Our roman blinds are made on your choice of head rail systems. We offer a cord and cleat system and a chain operated system which can both be top or face fixed to your window.
All of our wood venetian blinds with the exception of our Elite range are supplied with box brackets for easy installation. These are fitted at either end of the blind, plus additional centre supports on wider width blinds. Your brackets can be top or face fixed.
Please select the range of blinds you have ordered to download the relevant instructions
Our skylight blinds are all fitted in the same way regardless of the brand of window you have. They can be fitted in minutes by following our simple to follow installation instructions.
Please click here to download skylight fitting instructions
You can also watch our video below that shows how to fit one of our skylight blinds.
Fitting a perfect fit blind is very straight forward and the instructions can be downloaded by clicking here.
You can also watch our video below that shows how a perfect fit blind is fitted. The concept is the same whether you order a perfect fit venetian or roller blind. The exception to this rule is if you want to use a perfect fit roller blind as a bottom up blind. Then you would follow the same process but install the blind upside down.
We offer two different types of aluminium venetian blind products. Both ranges can be top or face fixed however the brackets supplied are slightly different depending on which product you choose. Please click the relevant link below to download the right instructions for your product.
Electric roller blinds are essentially just as easy to install as a manual roller blind. Once the blind has been installed you might need to fine tune the limits of your blind to suit your window perfectly. Full instructions on how to install and programme your electric blind can be downloaded by clicking here.
Bottom up blinds can be fitted onto the window sill or they can also be face fixed either outside a recess or to the window itself. The most important thing when installing a bottom up blind is that your cords are fitted perfectly square so that the blind runs up and down evenly.
Full fitting instructions for bottom up blinds can be downloaded by clicking here.
Window Blind Fitting Videos:
"Lovely blind, nice colour and the blackout is good. My son is sleeping longer with these installed!"
"Made to measure was easy to do online. The finished order arrived quicker than expected and was a perfect fit."
"Efficient company with good quality stock, a wide range of patterns which fit the given measurements perfectly and are easy to install."
"Excellent company to deal with. Made to measure blinds came in about 7 days. Great value and product looks good. Highly recommended."
"Brilliant customer service. Speedy order and lots of thanks to Emily Marriott for noticing and rectifying my measuring mistakes!"