How to Find the Right Studio in Salt Lake City for Church Stained Glass Restoration

Posted March 4th, 2018 by ssgadmin
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Caring for your stained glass windows and conducting routine maintenance inspections is important for preserving their beauty and structural integrity. During an inspection, you should take care to check your windows regularly for signs of deterioration. If you do notice signs of deterioration like cracked glass pieces, misshapen or sagging leading, or other signs of wear, it’s important to get a professional inspection done as soon as possible.

However, not all studios are capable of handling this type of highly technical and meticulous job, which is why it’s important to carefully consider your options. In this post, we’ll discuss how to find the right studio in Salt Lake City for church stained glass restoration and what to look for in a repair company.

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Kansas City Church Stained Glass Restoration: What You Need to Know

Posted March 4th, 2018 by ssgadmin
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If your Kansas City church has a stained glass window that is in need of restoration and showing signs of deterioration such as cracked glass, loose pieces, or warped leading, you will need to seek the assistance of professional glassmaker. A glass company will be able to conduct the repairs safely in a controlled environment in their workshop. If this is the case, you probably have some questions about the matter. In this article, we’ll provide some information to help clear up any questions or matters of confusion about glass repair, including an explanation of the restoration process process, costs, and when to consider replacement.

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San Antonio Church Stained Glass Restoration: Warning Signs of Deterioration

Posted March 3rd, 2018 by ssgadmin
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If your church has stained glass windows that of a very old age or are historic, it’s important to inspect them every once in a while to identify signs of deterioration. Catching damage early on can prevent the further degradation of the window and reduce the risk of safety hazards. In the case that your San Antonio church stained glass needs restoration, it’s better to get it done sooner rather than later.

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Austin Church Stained Glass Restoration: When Is It Necessary?

Posted March 3rd, 2018 by ssgadmin

Over the years that we’ve been in business, we’ve worked with many churches and religious groups in the Austin area. Some of the oldest stained glass windows that we’ve seen in Austin are in churches, temples, and religious buildings. For this reason, our church projects are most often restorations.

When we are approached by a church or religious group, one of the first questions they usually ask is How can I tell if my Austin church stained glass windows need restoration? In this post, we’ll outline the steps one can take to conduct an inspection of the condition of the glass, when a professional should be called in, and how to raise funds for restoration projects.

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Our Process for Houston Church Stained Glass Restoration

Posted March 3rd, 2018 by ssgadmin
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Over the twenty-five years that we’ve been in business, we’ve created and restored over 40,000 stained glass restorations, many of which were in the greater Houston area and other Texas metros. Throughout this time, we’ve perfected our processes and come to see the art of glass making in a whole new way. Not only does glass design and restoration require an artistic eye and skilled hand, but it also requires precision, planning, and experience.

Now, we have developed a signature process that we use for all Houston church stained glass restorations. In this post, we’ll reveal some our knowledge about stained glass repair and restoration as well as trouble signs to look out for when it comes to the degradation of stained glass.
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