Have you recently noticed a change in the appearance of your stained glass? If so, you may want to have them looked at by a professional.
Stained glass windows are fairly hardy. Even after coming in contact with intense heat, snow, and rain, for years and years, many stained glass windows last long enough to be a few hundred years old.
Nevertheless, at some point all stained glass needs restoration. A Fort Collins glass studio can provide this service and make the repairs needed to return the stained glass back to optimal condition.
But if you’ve never looked into stained glass restoration, you may have some questions about how to get started. Below, we’ve provided some information on the process that you may find useful!
What Is Stained Glass Restoration?
Stained glass restoration is the science of cleaning and repairing aged or damaged stained glass windows. When stained glass windows reach an age of about 50-75 years old, they start to experience some problems.
With age, parts like the lead caming and steel brace bars weaken. When these parts collapse or loose strength, it puts pressure on the rest of the window. Eventually, the glass may start to crack or fall out.
Stained glass restoration allows these materials to be removed and replaced, thus restoring the strength and aesthetic appearance of the windows.
What Do I Need to Do to Start the Process?
If you have oldstained glass in your home, church, or building and are concerned about its condition, it’s a good idea to have it examined. Here’s what you can do to start the process of stained glass restoration in Fort Collins:
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For more information on stained glass restoration in Fort Collins, please contact our office to speak to a member of our team.