Black Chatham Cellular Cordless Shade - 31" W x 64" L
Introducing a window shade that does it all with these Chatham shades by Insola. These shades feature a cordless head rail-thermal backing plus cellular fabric back provides two layers of additional energy saving insulation that enables savings on heating and cooling expenses. In addition, these Roman shades reduce outside light and noise, restoring a cozy atmosphere in your own home. Easy to install, these shades include brackets for either an inside or outside mount. The attached valance adds style while covering the working headrail. Additional safety features include a child-proof cordless head rail, where all inner cords are fully enclosed in the cellular fabric on the back of the shade. 100% polyester. Each shade is sold individually and measures 64" L. Dust or vacuum to clean.
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These are the worst We purchased four of what appeared to be beautiful black roman cordless shades for our new store windows, installing them on August 31st. First I was told by a customer service representative that the side facing outside was black, it was white, but we could live with that. Less than one week later, one of the four would not go up all the way. Last evening my business partner called to inform me that a second developed the same problem. Keep in mind that they go up once in the morning and down once in the evening. Not only have we wasted time installing/removing then attempting to return/reorder another to replace the first, now we will have to waste time taking them ALL down. One defective shade I can understand, it happens, but two with most likely the other two to follow? I will be returning all four. I thought we could save a little money, rather than spending a $1000 for custom ~ "$300 ~ ya get what ya pay for"!!! I do have to say though Francis, Gina, Matt and a couple of other associates in the Stroudsburg PA store were VERY professional and helpful in trying to resolve the problems, which will be ongoing for a couple of more weeks. September 12, 2011
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