Homeowners Who Are Thinking Of Installing Window Treatments In Their Hill, NH Residence Should Consider Rod Ladman’s Window Designs. They Can Be Your One-Stop Shopping For Blinds, Shades, Curtains, Drapes,Shutters And A Whole Lot More.

Rod Ladman began his home improvement career back in 1976 when he was a painter and wallpapering expert He segued into drapes, curtains,and other types of window treatments.
Condo’s and complexes were being built all over the state at that time, and all those windows needed window dressings! He did massive amounts of drapery, curtain, blinds, and shades installation all over New England. He worked with several interior designers and fabricators and this exposure allowed him to grow a huge satisfied clients list. He had his own window coverings store in Meredith NH in the 1980’s which was also very successful

““Rod Ladman, based in Meredith, New Hampshire. has spent a good deal of time with us designing, deciding, and doing the work to screen our six-window new sun room. The outcome is better than we could have wished for. Working with Rod was a pleasure; he was always at the ready and got the job done on time.”

Susanna & Costa Joannidis, Sandwich, New Hampshire

After this period,he gave up the store, added a team of workers and became an authorized dealer for the high quality Hunter Douglas line. 2021 sees Rod at over 42 years in this industry, and he still loves his work. He has a reputation as a straight shooter and a masterful window treatment installer.
He can install manual or motorized products, and has all kinds of guarantees to offer his clients. he now works with multiple manufacturers and can literally offer thousands of products. Rod deals with quality companies like Alta, Horizons, Graber, J.Geiger, Horizons, and more!

No matter what you need – one window in your Hill NH residence – or a whole condominium dressed out, call Rod today. For a guaranteed experience, you simply can’t do better than Rod Ladman’s Window Designs.

Here are just some the window treatments we can help you with:

    • Cellular Shades
    • Woven Wood Shades
    • Plantation Shutters
    • Custom-Made Curtains
    • Custom-Made Sheers
    • Custom-Made Roman Shades
    • Drapery Hardware
    • 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

Here are pictures of what some of these treatments might look like: HUNTER DOUGLAS NH

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1)Become familiar with the costs of materials and services.

Start by visiting showrooms, custom window treatment shops, and home centers. Also call for catalogs with ready-made examples. Compare the prices. Evaluate everything, including the fabric, the lining, and the interdining,so you are comparing apples to apples. Don’t forget the details. Take a look at hardware, such as tiebacks, tassels, and trimmings.If you are considering a custom treatment, talk to Karin Conn, who has collaborated with Rod for years to produce beautiful treatments. There is never a charge for measuring or the initial consultation. She will discuss fees or her services as well as the cost of installation. Because you haven’t made any final decisions about the style, keep in mind that the prices you are gathering are only rough estimates. The purpose is to educate yourself about the cost of varios components so that you will be able to make realistic choices that are within your budget. If you take this project on yourself to save money, be sure you factor in your time as part of the cost. One huge benefit of dealing with a designer, ids that they have the samples. and the expertise to give you exactly what you’re looking for.

2) Choose a window treatment

Now that you are familiar with pricing, you can hone in on the window treatment that suits your style and your pocketbook.review all of the stylistic possibilities.that will be the time what type of window treatment you plan to install: custom (with an interior designer), ready-made or semi-custom (through a retailer), or home sewn. If you don’t want to go the custom made route but unsure about the style and color, look for an interior designer who will work with you on a consultant basis For an hourly fee, he or she can help you narrow down the styles, fabrics. and colors that will best suit your needs and your decor.

3) Calculate the costs.

Add up the price of the materials (face fabric, lining. and interlining if any) trimmings, hardware, rods, and labor. As a safety net, add 15 to 20% to the total to account for any hidden costs. This will give you a general idea of the expense. If the final figure is beyond your neans, you have two options- First, because this is the planning stage, you can easily make some money-saving changes. Choose a less expensive fabric, such as cotton instead of linen, or simplify the design: switch from labor-intensive goblet pleats to a gathered heading. or opt not to use an interlining. However, you may not want to compromise on the design. If so, try the second approach, which involves doing the window treatments in stages. For example, a multi-layered design nmay have a mini blinds, lined drapery, silk rope tiebacks with tassels, and a shaped cornice. Start by installing the most necessary element of the design-in this case the mini blinds for light and privacy control. When you have the money, you can addd the next layer, which consists of the the drapery and the traverse rod. the last element to be put into place are the luxurious extras- the cornice and the tasseled tiebacks.