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Cordless Roller Shades

Retro Vinyl Roller ShadesBuy 3 get 1 FREE!Free Cordlessdetails
Retail
$60.94
Sale
$30.47
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.0/5
Elite Light Filtering Roller ShadesBuy 3 get 1 FREE!Free Cordlessdetails
Retail
$84.29
Sale
$42.14
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.0/5
Elite Blackout Roller ShadesBuy 3 get 1 FREE!Free Cordlessdetails
Retail
$106.15
Sale
$53.08
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.0/5
Basics Roller ShadesBuy 3 get 1 FREE!details
Retail
$126.64
Sale
$63.32
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.5/5
Premium Sheer Roller ShadeSpecial Discount on Blindsdetails
Retail
$100.03
Sale
$50.02
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.5/5
Modern Woven Roller Shadesdetails
Retail
$146.55
Sale
$73.28
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.5/5
Modern Sheer Roller Shadesdetails
Retail
$197.96
Sale
$98.98
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.5/5
Woven Wood Roller ShadesSpecial Discount on Blindsdetails
Retail
$184.10
Sale
$92.05
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.0/5
Cityscape Roller ShadesSpecial Discount on Blindsdetails
Retail
$181.83
Sale
$90.91
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.0/5
Custom Logo / Graphic Roller Shadesdetails
Retail
$348.24
Sale
$174.12
Roller Shades from Blinds Chalet
Rated 4.0/5

* Production lead times are only an estimate and does not apply to any colors that are out of stock. Production begins the following business day after ordering. Please allow additional time for shipping.

Upgrade any of our roller shades with a cordless lift for safety. With each cordless roll up shades, there are no dangling cords. Simply raise and lower the shade with the bottom rail.

Below is a list of the blinds and shades that are available with the "Cordless" upgrade. You must select the upgrade when you add the item to your cart. Additional fees will apply for the upgrade.



 Optional Upgrades
Cassette Headrail Roller Shades
No Valance vs. Cassette Headrail
Cassette Headrail/Fascia Valance

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.



Standard vs reverse roll roller shades
Standard vs. Reverse Roll
Reverse Roll/Standard 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:
Although the reverse roll may be a cleaner more appealing look to the roller shades, because the fabric rolls off the front side of the roller shades there are privacy issues to consider. On a reverse roll, the fabric will be farther away from the wall on outside mount roller shades which allows less light and privacy along the edges of the shades than a standard roller shade. On inside mount, the fabric will be farther from the window pushing it towards the front of the window frame. This may only be a concern on shallow window frames. The taller the window and the thicker the fabric, the more this will be noticable.


Remote control roller shades
Motorization
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.




Commonly Asked Questions About Cordless Blinds & Shades

Q:

How to convert cordless blinds?

A:
Unfortunately most blinds are not able to be converted to cordless. Due to the style of headrail and the different mechanisms it is not something that can be swapped out. We would be happy to help you find new cordless products to suit your needs.


Q:

What is a cordless window blinds?

A:
A cordless window blind is a blind that is raised and lowered by hand. They are an excellent option for child safety because there are no cords hanging in the window.


Q:

How to work or operate cordless blinds

A:
Most cordless blinds can be raised and lowered with your hand. You push up on the bottom rail to raise it and pull on it to lower it. Typically they will have a wand to tilt the blinds back and forth.


Q:

How to lift or raise cordless blinds

A:
In order to raise your cordless blinds, you simply take your hand and push up on the bottom rail. Sometimes they will have a button that you push and hold while raising it as well. In order to lower it, you would pull the bottom rail and/or hold down the button while lowering it.


Q:

How do cordless blinds work?

A:
Cordless blinds operate without lift cords. They are simply pushed up on the bottom rail with your hand to raise them. You then pull the blinds down by hand to lower them.


Q:

How to close cordless blinds

A:
Closing cordless horizontal blinds are easy. Since they do not use cords to raise and lower, all you have to do is grab the bottom rail and pull the blind down to the bottom of your window. It is that simple.


Q:

How to pull down cordless blinds without strings

A:
With a cordless horizontal blind, you do not have strings to raise and lower them. You use the bottom rail to pull the blinds down. You also use the bottom rail to push the blinds up. The cordless upgrade is a great feature if you have children or pets.


Q:

How to raise up cordless blinds

A:
To raise a cordless horizontal blind, you use the bottom rail to push the blind up. It is that simple to use. You are also able to control the position that you want them to stop at. You can have them all the way up, all the way down or anywhere in between.


Q:

How do I "unjam" my cordless blind?

A:
Lifting and lowering the blind evenly with one hand on each side (keeping the blind level regardless of if they start out off center) a few times can easily fix the issue.


Q:

How much do cordless blinds cost?

A:
The costs can very from product to product, but are pretty close to the price for corded blinds. Especially if they are custome made. Faux wood and aluminum mini blinds tend to be the less expensive option. Buying online tends to be less expensive.


Q:

Are cordless blinds better than corded?

A:
Cordless shades are safer then corded shades. This is something you may prefer for safety of children, and pets. Customers often prefer the look of cordless shades since there are less cords visible.