FAQ: What if my house doesn’t have an anchor point to secure a set of outdoor blinds?

Occasionally outdoor areas aren’t built to accommodate installations such as outdoor blinds.

Your home might not have anywhere for us to secure a set of blinds, but that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck!

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If you don’t have a post on which to secure your outdoor blinds, we can easily install an anchor point in the ground.

We would also attach a clip to the bottom of the blind, which would then clip onto this anchor.

The clip lifts as you wind the blind tighter, meaning you can still maintain a taut blind.

The anchor will also lie flat when not in use, eliminating the possibility of any nasty trips!

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