Note: Please be aware that the mounting bracket quantity supplied will depend on the width of the blind. Please ensure that all brackets supplied are installed.
- Please check that all parts have been supplied before you begin to assemble your new Custom Roman Blind
- Do not raise/lower the blind until it is fully installed
- Ensure that the blind is mounted level for correct operation
As per your order, determine the correct fitting location of mounting brackets and mark where you are going to install the brackets. Do not install brackets at the very end of the headrail.
- Inside the window frame (Inside Mount) or;
- On the window frame or wall (Outside Mount)
Installing Mounting Brackets
The Installation Brackets (part A) are fixed directly to the mounting surface, spaced evenly. Make sure all brackets are in a straight line so the headrail will attach easily. The brackets should not be installed at the very end of the headrail.
The Installation Brackets (part A) are mounted directly to the architrave or wall, spaced evenly. Make sure all brackets are level. The brackets should not be installed at the very end of the headrail.
Attaching Blind to Brackets
Position the front edge of the headrail into the front hooks of the installation bracket (part A) and gently push upwards and the track will ‘snap’ into position. To remove the blind, press the release button on the front of the installation bracket and disengage headrail from brackets.
Reassemble Breakaway Tassel for cordlock roman
The breakaway tassel is a safety device, and is intended to pop open when certain pressures are applied. Please follow the steps below to reassemble the tassel.
- Ensure breakaway tassel is open
- Place pull cords into grooves on one side of tassel
- Snap tassel closed
Roman Blind Safety Information
Child Safety Instructions
For blinds with cord control
- The cord cleat (part C) must be fitted to ensure child safety and to comply with regulations
- The cleat is to be positioned at least 1600mm above floor level, as a child is capable of unwinding a cord from a cleat
- Use two 19mm screws to attach each cleat to the wall. Do not use tape or glue to attach the cleat
- Wrap excess cord around the cleat every time the blind is raised/lowered, to prevent child strangulation
- The cord must not form a loop longer than 220mm and should be wound entirely around the cleat every time
For blinds with Chain control
- The chain tension device must be fitted to ensure child safety
- The chain tension device is to be positioned at the bottom of the chain loop
- It can be fitted to the inside of the reveal (Frame) or in front of the reveal (Frame)
- Position the tension device at the bottom of the chain loop (Figure 1)
- Install the tension device onto the reveal/frame, making sure that the loop chain hangs with minimal tension (Figure 2)
WARNING – ALL WINDW COVERING WITH CORD OR CHAIN
To avoid creating a possible strangulation hazard for children, the corded or chained internal window covering must be installed in such a way that a loose cord or chain cannot form a loop 220mm or longer at a height of less than 1600mm above floor level.
- A cord/chain guide may be installed lower than 1600mm above floor level if the cord/chain is sufficiently secured or tensioned to prevent a loop 220mm or longer being formed
- If a cord/chain guide is installed lower than 1600mm above floor level, it must be designed to prevent a child from being able to remove the cord/chain
- If a cleat is used to secure the cord, it must be at least 1600mm above floor level because a child is capable of unwinding a cord from a cleat