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Old 01-30-2011, 10:03 PM   #1
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Day/Night Shades Restrung

We just had some of our Day/Night shades restrung by "Day/Night Shades Restrung" in Davenport Florida. We recently ran into Ed & Jackie who work as a team out of Kissimee.
They came to our coach about 15 miles away, restrung three windows and adjusted two others for $60.00.
Ed & Jackie both seem to have a very good understanding of the shades and how they operate. While Ed was finishing up Jackie also provided DW with some cleaning tips.
I asked Ed's permission to post his contact information here. We were very satisfied with his services and prices. They charge $10.00 per string and $5.00 per window to remove or rehang each shade.
He did say he would travel a resonable distance but may have to add $10.00 for gas.
ED & JACKIE 443-605-3618 or ejhild@gmail.com

This post is only an FYI of their services. Not to start a debate on whether to do your own or not. I felt his prices were fair and I was able to set back and watch.
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I've never been so frustrated in my life as trying to restring window shades. Wish I was closer, I have 4 for them to do! haha. Nice to hear they did good work and you are satisfied.
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I found it easy to do myself using this site.
1.2mm String, Cord and Parts for RV Day Night Shade Repair.
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This guy has a video and all the stuff to fix the blinds youself. If you are slightly handy you can do it.


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This guy has a video and all the stuff to fix the blinds youself. If you are slightly handy you can do it.


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Actually my neighbor in the park had one of those kits with the CD. He opted for Ed & Jackie. For $10.00 a string it's hard to pass up.
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