Roller Shades | Roller Blinds
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Roller Shades feature a simple design, with a high-quality fabric covering the window and a bar along the bottom to weigh it down and keep it closed.
Roller Shades, sometimes called Roller Blinds, are available in many materials and colors or patterns so you can match them with the room decor and control both heating and light. We offer a large selection of cheap Roller Blinds that are affordable, yet high-quality. Be sure to read below for limitations of Roller Shades and decide which product is best for you.We offer fabric roller shades that come in blackout, light filtering and translucent materials. They are also available with a large variety of customization options.
The Cassette Headrail and Fascia Valence are popular options for the Roller Shade. They cover up the roller mechanisms and adds a finishing touch to the product. The cassette has fabric wrapped at the top that gives it a more relaxed feel, while the fascia is aluminum and has a more industrial feel.
Cordless Roller Shades are another popular customized product offered by Shades Shutters Blinds. The cordless feature is heavy-duty, high-quality and comes with a lifetime warranty. The standard option for Roller Shades is the corded bead chain. It can be placed on the left or right side and has very little issues when it comes to durability and stamina.
We also offer Motorized Roller Shades, which can add a level of luxury to even the most basic Roller Shade design. They feature remote controlled accessibility for those high-up or hard to reach windows and are powered by Somfy Motors.
Remember, for ALL roller blinds (sheers, roller shades, sunscreens or any blind that rolls up), the fabric is narrower than the roller. Why is this? This is because the fabric has to roll on a tube. There is no place to put the mechanisms except at the ends of the roller. That's why the blind itself is actually wider than the fabric. It is industry standard to take the entire blind into consideration when making it. For rollers, this includes the mechanisms. The gap between the mechanisms and the fabric itself can be up to 1 1/2". Although this is not a large gap for most customers, it is worthwhile to mention it here. For inside the window mounts this is not optional, so we encourage you to decide if the roller shade is the right window treatment for you. For outside the widow, you do have a choice. You can ADD to the width of the roller to make the fabric any size you want. For example, if you need your fabric to be 35 inches wide, simply add 1 1/2" to the width when you place your order. This includes the mechanisms and makes your fabric exactly at 35". If you have any more questions, please call our Customer Support line.
In summary, for inside the window applications (inside mount), you are going to have about a 3/4" sized gap on both of the sides. This is not optional. For outside the window measurements, add to the width of the blind if you need your fabric to be a certain width (1 1/2" wider is usually enough). Once again, please call us if you need help!