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How To Measure For Your Blinds

Expert guides on how to measure for blinds and how to fit them to your windows. For either made to meaure or ready made blinds, it is crutial you measure and fit them correctly.

Measuring your windows is not a difficult task. Follow the instructions to ensure a good fit for your blinds. Please measure in centimeters all though inches are acceptable. Before you start to measure you must first decide whether you would like your blind to hang inside or outside the window recess


Measuring for Inside Recess Fitting

Measure as of below if you want your blind to fit inside the window recess.

  1. Measure in 3 Places - Measure the window recess in 3 places for both width and drop and choose the smallest measurement of the recess.
  2. Do not make any deductions - as you have measured for inside recess we will make the deductions so your blind will fit perfectly.
  3. When Ordering - When placing your order you will enter the smallest measurements for width and drop into our website and choose the "Recess" option as you have measured for a recess fitting
  4. Top Tip- always use a quality steel tape measure for accurate measuring.
  5. Need Help- If you are unsure please do not hesitate to contact our customer services team who will be more than happy to help.
Measuring for Inside Recess Fitting

Measuring for Outside Recess Fitting

Measure as of below if you want your blind to hang outside the window recess so it overlaps the window.

  1. Measure the exact width of the area whereyou would like the blind to cover and we recommend to overlap by 6 cm extra on both sides and 7 cm at the top to allowfor overlap .
  2. The overlap at the bottom- would be up to yourself as it is personal choice on where you want the bottom of the blind to finish.
  3. When Ordering -When placing your order you will enter the measurements you require for the width and drop into our website and choose the "Exact Blind Size" option as you have measured and want your blind to be made to your exact sizes. Remember you are ordering a Blind so the full product bracket to bracket not just the fabric part of the blind.
  4. Top Tip- always use a quality steel tape measure for accurate measuring.
  5. Need Help- If you are unsure please do not hesitate to contact our customer services team who will be more than happy to help.
Measuring for Outside Recess Fitting

Louvre's Only

When selecting Louvres Only, no deductions will be made. Used only for the replacement of louvres when you have the headrail and fixings already. Measure the louvres exact, from the top of the material to the bottom. The number of louvres you would require is the amount you currently have hanging.

Note: All of our louvres are 89mm (3.5”) in width.



How To Measure For Perfect Fit Conservatory Blinds

Firstly before you measure up your windows for perfect blinds you must first make sure you have about 6mm space around your window frame for the perfect fit framing to fit around the window. So keep you eye out for anything that may prevent the framing from going around the window such as door locks or handles, as long as you have 6mm gap all the way around it will be fine.

Then check the seals of your window frame dont protrude over the glass by more than 6mm. Then take a measurement of the depth of the beading seal to see what size brackets you would need which would be 20mm, 24mm and 30mm bracket sizes to choose from.

Lastly measure your windows this is the glass size you need, measure from one side of the glass to the other and again for the drop, remember only measure the size of the glass thats all you need to do.