Q:How do I remove the existing roman shades that are mounted in my windows?
A:Removing a roman shade is similar to a removing a cellular shade as the mounting brackets are about the same. The mounting brackets may vary based on the type of roman shades you have.
Standard Roman Shades
Typically standard roman shades will have two mounting brackets. One at each end of the shades. Removal of the roman shades is simple.
- Press the headrail of the shades backwards, releasing the back side of the headrail from the brackets
- Tilt the back of the headrail down away from the brackets.
- Pull the roman shade forward off the mounting brackets.
- Remove the brackets by unscrewing the screws holding them in place.
Cordless Roman Shades
Removing cordless roman shades is similar to standard roller shades.
- Release the back of the headrail from the mounting brackets by gently inserting a screwdriver into the bracket on the back of the headrail
- Lower the backside of the headrail away from the brackets.
- Lift the headrail up and off the front of the mounting brackets.
- Remove the screws and the mouting brackets.
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