A recess is the inset area of the wall that the window sits within. If you want your blind to mount inside the window recess, this is the option for you. Most people choose this style.
Note: with a ‘recess fit’ we will make slight adjustments to your measurements in order for the blind to fit inside the recess space.
If you want your blind to cover the whole window recess or if your windows are flush with the wall (so no recessed space), this is the option for you.
Note: with an ‘exact fit’ we will not make any adjustments to your measurements.
(B) CONTROL POSITION
This is an entirely personal preference but generally you should choose the side that is easiest to reach or will cause the least obstruction.
Still unsure? As a general rule right-handed customers select right and left-handed customers select left.
All our blinds are manufactured to be child safe so a control cord retaining device is sent out with the blinds to be fixed to the wall corresponding to the chosen control side.
The Bunch option is the position the vanes (or slats/louvers) will stack to, when drawn to one side.
This is an entirely personal preference but you may wish to consider things such as if the bunch would obstruct the view or window in anyway or if you have a considerably wide window, you may want a split bunch so as to balance the bunching on each side.
Our Vertical Blinds can be either face fixed or top fixed, you will need to specify which method you will use so that we can supply the correct brackets.
Top Fixing – through the top of the brackets into the window lintel or ceiling.
Face Fixing – into the window frame or wall.
Fix brackets to ceiling or under side of recess with holes drilled on a line at least 3″ (75mm) from the wall or window frame. The end brackets should be situated approximately 4″ (100mm) from each end of the track. All remaining brackets should be spaced evenly between these brackets.
Fix brackets to the wall or window frame at the desired height. The brackets should be situated approximately 4″ (100mm) from each of the track. All remaining brackets should be spaced evenly between these brackets.