Roll-up Shades

An Excellent Outdoor Window Treatment

Roll-up Shades can be let down to block the afternoon sun from a room or a patio and rolled up when the light and breeze is wanted.  Window Shades can be custom made to fit any size opening and the fabric comes in a large variety of colors.

Roll-up shades are a great color accent for your home  They can be used to add a little privacy or block the sun, wind and rain  Installation is pretty easy for this type of shade  The most technical part is getting the measurements and ordering done correctly so you get a perfect fit.

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Below are some examples of this type of shade and where to look for them.

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Are you worried about the heat this summer?  Do you not have enough shade trees or bushes around your home?  Keep cool this summer with these roll up window shades.  Roll up shades are an easy way for you to improve the appearance of your home and keep the heat out.  These sun shades create a finished look and add color and detail to any exterior.  Stacks and Stacks carries these roll up shades in many different sizes.


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Roll-Up window shades are just the answer to beat the heat. Designed using a selection of classic colors to enhance any house. The aluminum head rail and easy to operate pulley system are color coordinated. They come with easy to follow instructions and all of the hardware. Awning constructed of knitted polyethylene. This is definitely a stylish, professional way to finish your home.


Now let's consider the different types and different search terms you could use at all of your favorite online shops.

  • Roman Shades: These have wide pleats that fold flat when extended and stack neatly when drawn up.
  • Roller Shades: Simple and practical, they roll up at the base of the window.
  • Bamboo or Woven Wood Shades: These are made of natural materials and roll up in sections.
  • Cellular or Honeycomb Shades: Made of pleated materials, these roll up into a stack at the top of the window.
  • Solar Shades: Also known as screen shades, they roll up but allow a view through the window while blocking sunlight and glare.
  • Blackout Shades: Thick and opaque, they roll up and down to completely block light.
  • Sheer Shades: Made of light, transparent material, they allow light in even when rolled down.
  • Outdoor Roll Up Shades: These are durable shades designed for patios, pergolas, porches or gazebos.
  • Motorized Shades: These shades can be conveniently rolled up or down with a remote or a smart device.
  • Thermal Shades: These roll up shades are designed to insulate windows and conserve energy.


Now let's consider the best places to purchase a roll up shade.


  • Amazon: An online marketplace with a vast range of options, from economical to high-end choices.
  • The Home Depot: Offers a good mix of different styles and sizes, both in their physical stores and online.
  • Lowe's: Similar to Home Depot, Lowe's offers a variety of options for roll up shades.
  • IKEA: Known for affordable home decor solutions, IKEA offers a selection of roller shades in different styles.
  • Wayfair: This online retailer offers a wide variety of roll up shades for different needs and styles.
  • Bed Bath & Beyond: They offer a variety of window shades, including roll up styles, both online and in stores.
  • Overstock: An online retailer that offers a variety of roll up shades at discounted prices.
  • Walmart: Offers a selection of budget-friendly roll up shades both in their stores and online.
  • Pottery Barn: For more upscale, decor-focused options, Pottery Barn offers a selection of window shades including roll up styles.
  • As the name suggests, they specialize in all kinds of window treatments, making it a great place to browse a variety of roll up shades.


Remember to carefully consider the dimensions of your window and the specific functionalities you need before making a purchase.


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