Topfix installations are done within the window recess area. This is the most common practice of window blind installation. We can only use this method if the recess is large enough in depth giving us space to attach the blinds. We begin the process by carefully drilling holes in the recess area. The recess area is usually plasterboard, but sometimes you will find other materials such as steel and concrete. Depending on the type of recess, different techniques and fixing are used to secure the brackets. Once the brackets are secured we then position the head rails on vertical blinds or venetian blind cassette to be secured into position.
Facefix are used when there is no recess area or when the recess area is limited in depth. . To begin the facefix window blind installation we use special drilling techniques to drill through the UPVC or aluminum window frame. We add the necessary fixing to the frames of the windows and attach the screws to fix the brackets into position. This type of installation is very secure and will hold the weight of any type of blind. The brackets used are designed to clear the window handles allowing fully functional window blinds. Another reason to use the facefix option is when the window or door opens inwards, if that’s the case then a facefix installation can be used using the face of the wall. The window blind for this type of installation will require an extra 6 inches is size to cover any gaps of the window.
All of our installers are fully trained and have many years of experience fitting window blinds. The quality of our blinds is of a very high standard and therefore our workmanship has to be perfect too. All of our work is fully guaranteed.