The Beauty Of Any Room In Your Ellsworth NH Residence Can Be Greatly Enhanced By Installing New Quality Window Treatments. It’s 2021- That’s The Year Of “Out With The Old And In With The New!”
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
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. 2019 sees Rod at over 40 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
No matter what you need – one window – or a whole condominium dressed out, manual or motorized, call Rod today. You simply can’t do better than Rod Ladman’s Window Designs.
Besides our Hunter Douglas products, we sell and install other manufacturers products, like Graber, Alta, J.Geiger, Norman, Horizons, Comfortex, and more. This is truly a one stop shopping experience!
““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
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
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A Thought About Those Darned Arch Top Valances
Just about every newly constructed home today has arch windows. While they are beautiful to look at, arch windows can be quite difficult to treat because of their unusual shape. Most interior designers try to place window coverings below the arch so they avoid the time consuming task of creating a curved window treatment, however, Some arches call for a window style to be mounted within the tricky arched frame. Keeping your window treatment design understated and simple is crucial so the arched window can remain the focus while the window covering serves as an accent.
WHAT EXACTLY IS A HEADER?
Some people may be confused by the term window ” header”, but basically it is the fabric that extends above the rod pocket, and this very simple feature can actually alter the overall feel of a window treatment. If you were going to have a general rule, you’d have to say that the taller the header, the more feminine and romantic the look will be. Wide headers which are three inches or more tall, can flop forward randomly if lined in a contrast fabric. This adds design interest to the top edge. Narrow one inch or two inch headers give valances a less fussy appearance that is more classic than a wide header and which works well if the rod pocket is sized for a one inch curtain rod or pole. If a header is absent you can get a sophisticated and streamlined look, especially if the valance features a rod pocket that is ample for a 2 inch wide curtain rod or pole.