Solar Screen Roller Shades
|Standard Solar Screen Shades|
|Environmentally Friendly Solar Screen Shades|
Cassette Headrail/Fascia Valance
No Valance vs. Cassette Headrail
With a cassette headrail or fascia valance upgrade, the roll as well as the brackets are hidden at the top of the roller shades. The cassette headrail offers a cleaner more finished look to the roller shades. Fascia valances are designed to hide the mounting brackets as well as the roll.
Most of our fascia valances cassette headrail comes standard with matching fabric on the valance with the exception of the square aluminum fascia valance. This valance is simply an "L" shaped aluminum extrusion which covers the bottom and front of the roller.
Reverse Roll/Standard Roll
Standard vs. Reverse Roll
The direction which the fabric rolls off the roller at the top of the shade. Standard roll is when the fabric rolls off the back side of the roller, showing the back of the fabric on the roller. Reverse roll is when the fabric comes off the front of the roller, hiding the roller and fabric.
Things to Consider:
Motorization/Remote Control Shades
Motorized roller shades offer cordless roller shades that can be operated with the touch of a button. Each shade can be controlled with either a hand held remote control or a wall control. Single channel remotes raise and lower either a single shade or mutiple shades at the same time. Our 5 channel remotes can raise and lower up to five different shades or groups of shades by changing the channel on the remote to control other shades.
For ease of installation we offer battery operated motors in our roller shades but also have wired lead motors available for contractor installations.