Customizable Roller Shades & Installation
Timeless Look for Your Windows
Roller shades are an excellent option if you like a stylish look that will stand the test of time. These shades are often the first that come to mind when envisioning classic window shades, you’ll see in many homes. They wrap around a rolling rod, hence the name. Roller shades use a tension mechanism that makes them easy to pull up or lower. It is easy to incorporate roller shades into any room, regardless of the color scheme or style.
Why Choose Roller Shades?
- Easy to Clean - If you want low-maintenance window coverings, roller shades are a clear choice, because they’re effortless to clean. That’s because roller shades have no folds, slats, or louvers – they only have a headrail and one continuous piece of fabric stretching the length of your window when lowered. For these reasons, roller shades are less likely to accumulate dust and debris.
- Cost-Effective -Roller shades are also quite cost-effective due to their simplicity; but just because they’re practical, that doesn’t mean they skimp on style.
- Fabric Styles & Patterns - Roller shades come with endless options for fabric and styles, and no matter which you choose, you can trust you’ve made the best choice with the guidance of our Bloomin’ Blinds design consultants.
Roller Shades: Popular Features & Upgrades
You have a plethora of options when it comes to roller shades. These shades come with or without cords, you can choose room-darkening or light-filtering features, and there are limitless choices for colors and textures.
What is the difference between light-filtering and blackout roller shades?
Opacity, or the amount of light that passes through a material, is what makes one set of roller shades either light-filtering or blackout. Light-filtering shades allow more light to pass through, while blackout shades filter almost all light.
Will there be light gaps in my roller shades?
Because roller shades are a continuous piece of material, there is no possibility of light gaps.
How does fabric color affect roller shades?
You can choose any color for roller shades, and even white fabric can be used for blackout roller shades, because the side of the fabric facing the window will be opaque. This means light cannot pass through. You can further block the light by adding curtains or drapes.
Do roller shades offer UV light protection?
Both light-filtering and blackout roller shades can block harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, which can fade furniture, carpet, and wood flooring. Roller shades are energy efficient because they are insulating. Windows account for about 30% of heat gain or loss, and roller shades can help you save on your energy costs more so than many other types of window treatments.
We Can Install Your Roller Shades!
It’s important to have your roller shades properly installed to maximize their effectiveness and create the perfect built-in look you want. Proper installation starts with a meticulous measurement process that our design consultants will do for you. You won’t have to lift a finger!
Our biggest priority at Bloomin’ Blinds is ensuring customer satisfaction with each job we take. That’s why our expert window treatment installers make the process simple from start to finish. You’ll be able to have your shades installed as quickly as possible, and our mobile service will come to you. That means you’ll never have to leave the comfort of your own home to get the roller shades you want.
Interested in Roller Shades? Schedule a FREE In-Home Estimate.
During your in-home consultation, a design consultant will help you review digital and physical samples of roller shades, so you can see what they would look like in specific windows. You’ll be able to ask questions regarding functionality, features, and look through materials from our sample books.