How to install
Tips and Help Hints Before You Begin
Most of our window treatments require very few tools and are easy to install on your own. Have the following tools handy before you begin: Steel Measuring Tape,Pencil,Step Ladders if necessary,Screwdriver Drill or Power Drill (with 1/4” hex driver and drill bit),
For the most accurate measurements, only use a steel tape measure. Your window measurements should have accounted for either an inside mount or an outside mount. An inside mount is installed inside the window recess and provides a clean, finished look. An outside mount rests above the window and covers the entire frame. Double check all packaging and make sure you received the correct number of screws, mounts, and hardware with your order before you begin installing.
Position Brackets With Pencil and Level
1.Position the first bracket in the upper corner of the window frame so that it's level with the wall's surface. Always check your specific product instructions for the exact placement of the brackets. If your blinds came with a decorative valance, you will need to set the brackets further back into the window opening to allow room for the valance.
2.Mark the screw locations with a pencil.
3.Repeat steps 1 and 2 with the second bracket in the opposite corner of the window frame. If you're mounting into drywall with no studs behind, you will need to use drywall anchors.
4.Use a steel tape measure or a level tool to ensure the two bracket locations are even.
Screw The Brackets In Place
5.Use a drill bit - smaller than your screws - to drill pilot holes through your bracket marks.
6.Screw the brackets in place.
7.Install your blinds by sliding the headrail into the brackets, and close the brackets to secure the headrail in place, or snap the headrail into the brackets for other styles.
Mount the headrail.
8.Position the headrail with the front panel resting
on the top lip of the brackets. Push the bottom front of the headrail firmly backwards and toward the window until the lip on the rear of the headrail engages the bracket and snaps into place.