Three Signs Your Abilene Church Stained Glass Needs Repair


Abilene churches house some of the most empowering religious stained glass features in Texas. These antique stained glass windows can portray powerful imagery that many congregation members often personalize during their worship process. While these stained glass features can stay in good condition for up to a century with regular upkeep, restoration is always required once signs of deterioration are present. Restoration can bring your religious stained glass back to their original state while ensuring antique value is properly restored. Finding signs of deterioration can be difficult, that’s why we’re here to help.

How to Tell if Your Abilene Religious Stained Glass is Ready for Restoration

Congregation members or clergy members are typically the ones who notice the signs of deterioration first. While these signs may not be present to everyone, noticing any defect may help indicate that your religious stained glass is ready for restoration. Stained glass that has any warped pieces of glass including concave or convex pieces, cracks, missing pieces, etc. definitely need restoration. The lead came is very important for holding your stained glass together so observing the state of the lead is also pertinent. If the lead came is falling apart, misshapen, forming a coat of white dust on your window, etc. then this is another indicator that your stained glass needs restoration. Regardless of what has lead to these damages, restoration can repair and return your stained glass to its original form.

Restoration Process for Abilene Religious Stained Glass

Scottish Stained Glass’ renowned restoration process can take up to a month per stained glass window. Our in-depth process focuses on each individual component while creating a new lead and adding reinforcement glass. Our team of local stained glass artisans are well-experienced in restoration and can help you preserve your treasured stained glass.

For more information regarding religious stained glass restoration, please contact us or call: (817) 717-5589

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