How to install windows blinds?

I tried to install windows blinds. I don't know what the installing process is. Does anyone know? Please help me.
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jan 07, 2016
    Take a look at this site ,hopefully this is your answer.
  • If they are store bought blinds, then the process is fairly simple. You will need a level, measuring tape, and drill driver and maybe even a drill (to make pilot holes). You can do it with a screwdriver but you need a strong hand for putting in screws by hand. Putting blinds on the insides of the window is best so that it does not interfere with your curtains and it is a cleaner look. Measure from inside to inside and place to get the closest measurement. Just as the link above, it is not hard but having the tools to easily to do this makes it go much faster and easier. If you do not have a drill, bits, or drill driver then there are cheats as long as you have a hammer, nail, and a screwdriver. good luck and do not be afraid to try something new!
  • MN Mom MN Mom on Jan 07, 2016
    Most window blinds come with instructions which will include step-by-step how to install the blind. They should also have the manufacturer website to consult. Once you get the hang of it, they are not hard to install. It's intimidating to drill or screw into your window casing but by trying something new, you will amaze yourself! Best Wishes installing your blinds!
  • Mary Thompson Mary Thompson on Jan 07, 2016
    What type of blinds did you buy? That will make a big difference in the installation process. Are they mini blinds, 2" wood, Verticals?
  • Home Blinds of America Home Blinds of America on Jan 08, 2016
    Watch more Windows & Window Treatments videos: If your new window treatments include blinds, save the hefty installation fee by hanging them yourself. Step 1: Decide on placement Decide whether you want to mount the blinds on the inside or outside of the window frame. It's a matter of personal preference. Will they fit flush between the inside edges of the window frame and just cover the glass - or will they cover the entire window itself and extend all the way to the outer edges of the frame? Step 2: Measure frame Measure the window frame both horizontally and vertically so you know what size blinds you need. Your measurements will determine both the length of the head rail - the long horizontal piece that the blinds drop from - and how far down your new blinds should fall. Step 3: Have them sized Once you pick out blinds, have the store cut them to size. Step 4: Read the instructions Read the manufacturer's instructions before you begin installation, so you understand any unique elements of the blinds you chose. Step 5: Mark the frame Find the end brackets that came with your blinds. They will anchor the ends of the head rail. Mark the window frame where the brackets will be installed. Make sure they are evenly spaced from the sides of the frame and - if they're within the frame - from the face of the window. Tip If you're mounting the blinds inside the window frame, mark the end brackets at least an inch and a quarter from the face of the glass so the blinds won't touch it. Step 6: Mark the support brackets Keeping in line with your earlier marks, pencil in the location of the support brackets, which will be spaced evenly along the head rail and help hold it up. How many brackets you need depends on the length of your blinds. Step 7: Drill holes Hold the brackets up to the frame to mark exactly where the screws should go, and use an electric drill to create holes for attaching them. Use a drill bit slightly smaller than your screws. Step 8: Install the brackets Using your guide holes, screw in one bracket at a time by hand. It is critical that the brackets are well aligned so that the blinds will rise and fall evenly. Tip Rubbing wax on the screws before you install the brackets will make them screw in more smoothly. A candle works well. Step 9: Attach blinds Consult your manual for the final directions on how to attach the blinds. In many cases, you will insert each side of the head rail into the appropriate end bracket and snap it closed. Step 10: Attach the tilt wand Look for a small plastic spinning mechanism sticking out of one side of the head rail. The tilt wand included with your blinds has tiny hooks attached to one end that will easily latch onto this mechanism, allowing you to open and close the blinds. Step 11: Keep extras Hang on to the instructions as well as any extra pieces of equipment that came with your blinds. You might need them if you ever want to reinstall your blinds. Call us for a consultation & installation 1-800-448-4596, (301) 847-7000 or visit our web site
  • Joie Mojica Gahum Joie Mojica Gahum on Mar 02, 2016
    You can goto this page to get ideas on how to properly install window blinds andother window treatments. The web, YouTube for one offers several videos on howto install different kind of window blinds. If you still feel that you are notcapable of doing so, it is advisable to get a knowledgeable contractor to dothe job for you than suffer the consequences of installing them incorrectly.