Do you understand how to put up window blinds? You’ve come to the right location if you’re having trouble figuring out how to do it. This article will show you how to mount blinds in the quickest and most efficient manner possible.
The good news is that most (or almost all) blinds are identical. As a result, the measures in this article can be applied to a variety of different types of blinds. Shades are used because they perform the same role as blinds.Learn more by visiting Southern Custom Shutters (Pittsburgh)-Blind Installation
What exactly do you require?
• Hand drill or screwdriver • Pencil
• Tape measure (optional)
Installation of window blinds
If you purchased them online, you’ll find that they’re packaged in tall, rectangular boxes. When you first open it, you’ll find that the blind device is fully rolled up.
What’s inside the package, exactly?
In most cases, two mounting brackets, a blind, a headrail, and screws are included. The top of the blind will be the headrail.
Slowly and gently remove them. When people don’t handle their new blinds properly, particularly if they’re made of plastic, they usually ruin them quickly.
Step 1: Screw the mounting bracket into the window frame. Place it in the desired location. Then, using a pencil, mark the hole openings in the bracket. These tiny circular spots will be drilled later. Replace the other mounting bracket and repeat the process.
Step 2: Using your pencil lines, drill the holes. Before you begin, double-check that the diameters of your screws and drill bit are the same.
Step 3 Insert the mounting brackets into the window frame with the screwdriver and tighten the screws.
Step 4: Unlock your blind’s “security latch.” Then, using the mounting bracket, attach your window headrail. You’re almost there.
Step 5: Locking the latch on the mounting bracket locks the headrail. This can be done on both sides.
Step 6 Finally, cover the headrail with the valance (if one is included with the blind) and you’re done.