Antique stained glass can start to deteriorate around the 75-year to 100-year mark, showcasing significant signs of damage. In order to keep your treasured stained glass in good, lasting condition, restoration is required. A proper restoration can extend your stained glass’ lifespan for another century. This process can address all complications or damages that your stained glass has endured. If you’re interested in the restoration process, you may be wondering how exactly you get started. Here are the beginning steps you should take for your next stained glass restoration project.
The Stained Glass Restoration Process for Dallas Properties
Whether you have historic stained glass windows in your church
or antique stained glass panels in your business, we’ve got you covered. The restoration process starts with assessing if your stained glass is ready for repairs vs. restoration vs. replacement. The best way to determine this is to find an experienced stained glass contractor to conduct an on-site assessment. If any stained glass studio offers a quote over the phone or states that they don’t need to conduct an on-site assessment, this is a major red flag. Proper restoration
requires a detailed plan and based off of your property. When looking for the right stained glass studio, you should also ask for two to three recommendations and a portfolio of past work of similar size.
Work with Dallas’ Preferred Stained Glass Restoration Studio
Scottish Stained Glass is honored to be the preferred stained glass restoration studio serving the Dallas area. We’ve worked with numerous churches, historic buildings, businesses, and residences in their efforts to restore their stained glass windows. Work with the nation’s leading painted glass restoration experts to make sure the antique value of your stained glass is properly preserved.
For more information regarding the stained glass restoration process, please contact us