Eclipse silver roller shades in a living room.

Roller Shades

Roller shades, also called roller shades, are a traditional shade that offers a solid splash of color. Roller blinds come in various levels of opacity, providing homeowners the ability to set the atmosphere between sheer to black out and everywhere in between. Rollers help diffuse light in a contemporary and colorful way. From standard full fabric rollers to innovative transitional or “zebra” shades, there are many ways to decorate your home with roller shades from Sunburst. Call your local Sunburst store for an in-home demonstration of all of our roller shade options.

Roller Shades in a Dining Room


Roller shades are easy to use and come in corded, cordless or motorized options. They are a durable and affordable shade option for any home. With opacity options and multiple color choices, Sunburst’s roller shades help create the perfect ambiance in any home.

Roller Shades Inspiration

Roller Blinds over a couch


Like all window shades offered by Sunburst, our roller blinds come with a warranty against any and all manufacturing defects in material, design, workmanship and installation. Cords and mechanisms are covered for 3 years. Fabric and any motorization is covered for 5 years.

Roller Shades in a Dining Room


Proper installation is almost as important as the product itself—an improperly installed window treatment can be tough to open and can get damaged easily. Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions has a professional installation crew that comes to your home and installs your window treatment precisely, making sure that each one operates perfectly.

Our local store will call you to set up an installation day and time that works for your schedule. Before the installers arrive, you will need to have removed all old window treatments and move furniture out of the way. This makes it easy for our installation team to get right to work on your new window treatments.

If you have any questions about product operation when we’re in the home, don’t hesitate to ask your installer, or you can always call the store.

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