Window Roller Blinds  2019-01-12T18:50:01+00:00

Window Roller Blinds 

High quality roller blinds printed with the image or design of your choice make a stunning addition to any home, office or retail interior. These custom made roller blinds can fit any window with one side not exceeding 1.5 meters. Your roller blind can be made with the graphic either facing inwards – great for room interiors, or with the graphic facing outwards – a great way to promote your business. They are also the perfect way to display your company information when the business is closed for the night. We can offer consultations on preparing your artwork and on the best way to achieve your design.


Measuring Instructions Outside
Measuring Instructions Inside

Fitting A Roller Blind

Fitting a roller blind can be fiddly but not beyond the reach of even novice DIYers. You will need some basic tools and accessories to fit your custom printed roller blind.

  • Screws and wood or masonry rawl plugs
  • A stepladder
  • Measuring tape
  • Pencil
  • Drill
  • Spirit level
  • Screwdriver

A roller blind can be fitted in several ways, depending on the type of window you have – either directly onto a wooden frame or sash window or on the top or side of the window recess for metal or plastic frames. Fitting the blind inside the recess requires exact measurements, but you can be more flexible with the blind size if you decide to fit the roller outside the recess.

You will also need to decide on which side of the window you’d like your sidewinder mechanism fitted, making sure that it’s easily accessible.

If you are fitting the blind to a wood surround rather than masonry, you can screw directly into the wood (start the hole first with a bradawl), and no drilling or wall plugs are needed.

Mark the position of the screw holes of one of the brackets in the desired position at the top of the recess. Hold up the blind to the window in its estimated position to make sure it has enough clearance of window furniture to open smoothly. If not, consider repositioning it. Mark the screw holes of the first bracket, making sure you put either the pin or blind cord end on your chosen side. Carefully drill holes in the marked position. Insert wood or masonry rawl plugs and then screw the first bracket into the wall or the frame.

Check that the blind is level by measuring the position of the first bracket and transferring the measurements to the other side. Drill and  fix the second bracket as before.