It's time to upgrade those saggy, old, worn out window shades! When it comes to installing window shades in Haddonfield NJ, there are many different options. If you're uncertain what type of window shades would work best in your home or business, or if you're ready for a change but aren't familiar with your options, call us! We have worked with every type of windows shade in the Haddonfield area since 1976, including roller shades, Roman shades, honeycomb shades, Silhouette shades, Pirouette shades and more, and we can show you the differences between each of these options.
In addition to showing you what your options are, we are experts at matching window treatments to the rest of your Haddonfield area home. We'll help you determine the best type of window shades for you based on your room décor, window size, and how much light you want blocked out. We can even help you with motorizing your window shades so you don't even have to get up to open and close them!
If you're doing a complete home or room makeover, we will also work closely with you and with any designers you hire to make certain that your new Haddonfield window shades fit in perfectly with the rest of the room. We understand that you have a cohesive theme planned, and we want to make sure your window coverings work with that theme.
One of the reasons we are so successful in the Haddonfield window treatment industry is because we have almost half a century of experience! We have also cultivated relationships with many of the top designers, manufacturers and distributors in the industry. We can reach out to companies such as Hunter Douglas, Comfortex, Phifer, Worldwide, Norman and Graber for assistance in finding specific blinds or for help designing custom blinds for your Haddonfield area home.
Haddonfield is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, with a population of around 12,500 and a total area of 2.84 square miles. Haddonfield was incorporated in 1875 and became an independent municipality in 1894. The Haddonfield area was originally occupied by Lenni Lenape Native Americans. In 1682, Francis Collins, an English Quaker, became the first settler in what today is Haddonfield. Haddonfield was further developed by Elizabeth Haddon, whose father bought a 500 acre tract of land in the English colony of West Jersey. Haddonfield is noted for its historic homes, quaint shops, and legions of lawyers. As a legal center for South Jersey, Haddonfield houses the offices of more than 390 attorneys. Haddonfield is home to the second oldest volunteer fire company in continuous service in the United States.
Call Custom Window by Robert A. Kline at 609-707-7742 for all your Haddonfield area window shade needs.