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Why book roman blinds installation & repair services through Airtasker?
Are you tired of the same old curtains in your room? Roman blinds are simple yet effective alternatives that can give your home the upgrade it deserves. Many prefer to install their blinds themselves, but for busy homeowners (like yourself!) who are looking for a more convenient option, hiring a handyman on Airtasker to take care of the installation may be the best way to go.
Airtasker makes booking roman blinds installation & repair services more convenient. You can trust our platform can connect you with dozens of nearby Taskers, ready to do the job at a budget that works for you. Choosing a Tasker is also easier since you can now check their reviews and ratings from other clients.
You just have to make a post about your specific installation needs, and your roman blinds can be fixed within the day. Plus, if you’re experiencing problems such as roman blinds that hang unevenly and ones that have broken cords, you can go to Airtasker for all your repair needs. Book a Tasker and get your windows fixed today!
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Top Roman Blinds Installation related questions
There are a wide variety of roman blinds or roman shades to choose from. These can be divided into two main categories: flat fold roman shades and soft fold roman shades. Flat fold shades are made to hang flat against your window and provide a more minimalist look. Soft fold shades, on the other hand, have loops of fabric and create a cascading effect.
Most roman blinds already come as a set with brackets and instruction manuals when you purchase them. For special cases like this, it’s best to consult a professional who can guide you on the best way to install your blinds. Having your blinds custom-made could also be helpful if you don’t want to use brackets on your windows and walls.
It would help if you made sure that the area around your window was clear before installation. The duration may vary, and it’s best to consider the number of windows you plan to have installed with roman blinds first. Installing blinds for one window typically takes less than an hour. You can ask your Tasker directly for an estimate on how long the whole process will take.
No, you don’t. When booking a service through Airtasker, you can specifically ask your Tasker to bring all the necessary materials for you. A measuring tape, power drill, drill bit, and screwdriver may be needed to complete the whole installation process. When it comes to repairing roman blinds, your Tasker may also need to purchase replacement parts, aside from bringing the necessary equipment.
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What do roman blinds installation & repair services include?
Should you need to hire an expert to help you with roman shades installation, the details of each person’s needs when it comes to their blinds will vary, but here’s a rundown of what installing (and repairing) roman blinds should include.
There are two different ways to install roman blinds: A popular method is mounting them inside the window recess or outside it. The recess is the space between the glass and the wall the window is built into. You may consult with your Tasker when it comes to deciding which method is best for you, depending on the size of your window and the style of the roman blinds.
There are also different kinds of roman blinds on the market, which you can ask your Tasker about.
Hanging blinds with an inside mount
When blinds are installed on an inside mount, there must be no obstacles on the window that can get in the way of operating the roman blinds. Your Tasker will usually measure the window recess to ensure it is level and that the blinds are large enough to cover the window. They may then proceed with installing the brackets, screwing them to the wall, and then sliding the roman blinds into place.
Hanging blinds with an outside mount
Most people choose to install their roman blinds outside the recess when they want less light to come in through the window and aim to make their windows seem more prominent. With an outside mount, the blind is mounted on the wall outside the window recess.
The steps for installing blinds on an outside mount are similar to when done on an inside mount. After sliding the roman blinds into place, your Tasker will check if it’s working correctly by pulling the cord and adjusting the blinds. Once your blinds are ready, you might realize you also need someone to clean your house, and you can find reliable Taskers to help you.
Repairing roman blinds
Roman blinds may need repair when it’s hanging unevenly, when the cord or string is broken, and when it’s not pulling up properly. Your Tasker can fix these and more, and you can be as detailed as possible when making a post about the problems you’re encountering with your roman blinds on Airtasker.