Need help measuring your Roller Blinds Window? Select the product of your choice for instructions on ‘how to measure’ your windows properly before you place your order.


You are advised to read these instructions carefully before ordering and note the allowances made on specific made to measure products.


How to measure Roller Blinds Window


Things to Remember


Use a steel tape measure for accuracy.

Measure in centimeters and round each measurement to the nearest 0.1cm.

Measure all windows, even those that appear to be the same width and height.

When ordering always specify the width measurement first and then the height.


Remember to specify ‘Recess’ or ‘Exact’ size when ordering. For more information on Recess or Exact specified measurements please read ‘determine the type of mount Recess or Exact ‘.


Look out for any obstructions such as window handles, tiles, dado rails etc and take their position into account if necessary. This way you will be sure of a perfect fit for your blind.


Consider the stacking height for the product that you choose.


Determine the type of Roller Blinds Window


‘Recess’ Measurements:


This is the measurement you need to specify if you want your roller blind to fit inside the window recess. There is no need for you to make any adjustments as we will make the deductions for the blind to fit the recess perfectly.


‘Exact’ Measurements:


This is the measurement you need to take if you want you’re blind to hang outside the window recess. We will make your blind exactly to these measurements.


Measure the exact width area where you would like blind to cover. Note down the measurement.


Measure the exact area you would like the blind to cover from top to bottom. Note down the measurement.


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