How to Install Cleats for Roman Shades

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Roman shades are flat window treatments that form folds when raised. Like many other window treatments, such as cellular shades, blinds and silhouettes, Roman shades have control cords that hang on the side of the treatment. These cords should be tied on a cord cleat installed in the side of the window frame when not in use to keep the cords out of the reach of children due to the danger of strangulation. These cord cleats are easy to install.

Things You'll Need

  • Cord cleat
  • Pencil
  • Cordless drill
  • 3/32-inch drill bit
  • Phillips-head screwdriver drill bit
  • Hold the cord cleat at the side of the window frame or wall adjoining the window opening next to the installed Roman shade at a height that will hold the cord out of the reach of children.

  • Use the pencil to mark the location of the screw holes in the cord cleat on the window frame or wall.

  • Use the cordless drill with the 3/32-inch drill bit to pre-drill the screw holes at the pencil marks.

  • Use the cordless drill with the Phillips-head screwdriver bit to install the cord cleat at the pre-drilled screw location marks.

  • Tie the cord of the Roman shade out of the reach of children when not in use.

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