Rod Ladman’s Window Designs Is Your One-Stop Shopping For Window Treatments In Groton NH. We Have 40 Years Of Experience And Expertise Installing High Quality Window Coverings. Make It Easy On Yourself. We Are Just One Phone Call Away!

Hunter Douglas duettes in a bedroom

    • Window Blinds
    • Vertical Blinds
    • Venetian Blinds
    • Wooden Blinds
    • Window Shades
    • Roller Shades
    • Custom-Made Drapery
    • Faux Wood Blinds
    • Pleated Shades
    • Roman Shades
    • Solar Shades
    • Room-Darkening Shades
    • Custom-Made Valances
    • Custom-Made Cornices
    • Cellular Shades
    • Woven Wood Shades
    • Plantation Shutters
    • Custom-Made Curtains
    • Custom-Made Sheers
    • Custom-Made Roman Shades
    • Drapery Hardware

Are you looking for quality window coverings for your Groton, NH home? How about Shades?,Blinds?, Plantation Shutters?, Curtains, Valances? No need to look any further, Rod Ladman’s window treatments company is based in the Lakes Region of NH, and they sell, install, and repair any kind of custom window decor (and they have been doing it for over 40 years). Owner Rod Ladman has tremendous experience installing high quality window treatments and this is the kind of authority you want when you are looking through the plethora of window treatment samples you could choose from for your Groton residence. Rod takes absolute pride in ensuring the customer gets exactly what they’re looking for, and he guarantees that result on every project.

When you buy from Rod, it’s a long-term relationship. He is always there if you need advice or suggestions in the future. His professional insight has reulted in many magnificent window displays throughout New England. Rod is an authorized dealer for Hunter Douglas, but carries many other items from window covering companies like Graber, Alta, Norman, J.Geiger, Horizons and Comfortex. You’ll be plenty busy picking out your favorite decor!

If you are interested in drapes, curtains, and other “soft furnishings”, please see our sister site Draperies NH

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In his 40 years in this business, Rod has owned his own window treatment store, but has a also worked with dozens of designers all across New England. There is simply no substitute for dealing with an experienced pro who has seen it all and done it all. Since he is an authorized Hunter Douglas dealer, he has access to the whole catalog.

If you’re looking for a one of a kind treatment, Rod works closely with our designer and fabricator Karin Conn, (who also has multiple decades of experience as well)and she can make pretty much any kind of soft furnishing you can imagine. Between the two them, they are a decorating powerhouse! On top of all that, Rod was also a pro painter and wall coverings expert for many years, so he has a trained eye for tying a room together – you just create the vision for your Groton, NH residence, and they will make it happen- and fast!

Where To Mount A Drapery Pole

When planning to hand drapery panels.where to mount the hardware is the first question to address since rod placement determines panel length. For ring-top panels, keep in mind that drapery rings will lower the fabric from the rod by an inch or more, depending upon the size of the rings. Remember also to consider molding height and ceiling height. If you have wide trimwork, plan to mount the top of the pole even with the molding.

For dramatic impact, mount the pole just below the ceilings edge. This long cascading effectcan actually make the window look longer and the ceiling look higher than they are Two other placement options to consider:

SLIGHTLY ABOVE THE MOLDING- By mounting the rod 2 in. to 4 in. above the molding, you ensure that the glass will be completely coveredby the fabric. When hanging ring-top panels, hold the rod with the rings attached over the window. The top of the drapery should begin at least 1 in. above the window molding or opening for best results.

HALFWAY BETWEEN THE MOLDING AND CEILING-To elongate the look of your windows, mount the rod approximately half the distance between the window top and the ceiling. This will draw the eye upward, and highlight the rod against the wall