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

Posted March 4th, 2018 by Martin Faith
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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 Martin Faith
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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 Martin Faith

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 Martin Faith
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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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Does Your Denver Church Need Stained Glass Restoration?

Posted March 2nd, 2018 by Martin Faith
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It is normal for stained glass to require restoration at some point in its lifetime. This is especially true for antique stained glass windows, since these windows are often the ones with the most constructional errors and structural flaws. In the case of deterioration, restoration is necessary to preserve the structural integrity of a stained glass window. If you think that your Denver church may need stained glass restoration, you can conduct a visual inspection. Here’s how.

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Painted Stained Glass Experts For Churches In Fort Collins

Posted February 20th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass:  Fort Collins Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artist

Painted stained glass is an old and difficult art form that we, at Scottish Stained glass, have spent the last three decades working in and are proud to call ourselves experts in.  While the process is delicate and time-consuming, painted stained glass is also quite fascinating and something we love crafting. Continue reading to get a better understanding of the complex processes involved in crafting a painted stained glass masterpiece.

The Beautiful Tradition Of Painted Stained On Churches

Painted stained glass is a gorgeous way to add to the beauty of your Fort Collins church chapel. However, what may appear to be a simple end piece is actually quite complex to create and involves a fair amount of science.  This is because the colors you see on painted stained glass are achieved through the use of specific chemical interactions of different minerals and oils on the glass at certain temperatures.  Our artists must accurately predict what colors will come from different mixtures of chemicals when fired in our kiln.This is done through trial and error combined with extensive knowledge of the chemical and firing process.  The painted stained glass methods are listed below.

Painted Stained Glass Method 1

The artist starts with colored glass and paints special black paint made of oils and minerals onto it.  This piece of glass is then fired in our kiln at 1250-1450 for a couple of hours until the paint melts into the glass.  The paint then becomes part of the glass and will never rub off or be removed.

Painted Stained Glass Method 2

The second method involves clear glass.  During this process, colors are painted on a clear piece of glass one at a time and fired in between layers of color to build up layers of shading or color. Any color that involves the use of yellow can be particularly difficult in this method as the chemical used for yellows color (silver staining) is very toxic and will destroy other colors.  Because of this, when trying to achieve the color green for instance, the toxic yellow must be painted on the opposite side of the glass as the blue paint in order to keep the yellow from damaging the blue paint.

Painted Stained Glass Restoration In Fort Collins

At Scottish matching styles on restoration projects is a wonderful challenge that we love taking on.  We get a great sense of satisfaction in recreating steps of a former stained glass artist to restore or enhance their work.  What we do is a lot like detective work because it means piecing together different types of chemicals and techniques used by the original artist.  For instance, sometimes artists would paint the black paint on their glass and then use a stick to rub off part of the black paint to give the piece texture, or put in unique elements like blades of glass.  In order to get the exact right look, our artists sometimes do numerous iterations.  Here at Scottish Stained Glass, we are always up to the challenge of restoring your stained glass back to its original beauty.

Learn more about the history of stained glass here or watch the video below.

Contact us today to find out more about original or restoration painted stained glass for your Fort Collins Church.

 

The Custom And Restoration Painted Stained Glass Experts for Colorado Springs Church Windows

Posted February 20th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass:  Colorado Springs’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artist

Painted stained glass is a very old art form that takes years of experience to master and perfect. Here at Scottish Stained glass we have, in fact, spent the last three decades honing our craft and are proud to call ourselves experts in the field.  Difficult as it may be, the process of painted stained glass is actually quite fascinating and something we absolutely love to do.   Whether you are looking for painted glass restoration or a custom creation from our studio, learning how we will make or restore your church’s stained glass could be of great interest to you and your congregation.  Continue reading to get a better understanding of the complex processes that will be involved in crafting your one-of-a-kind painted stained glass masterpiece.

The Beautiful Tradition Of Painted Stained On Churches

Painted stained glass is a lovely and unique way to add to the beauty of your Colorado Springs church chapel.   However, this seemingly simple craft is actually quite complex and even scientific.  This is because the colors you see on painted stained glass are actually achieved through the use of specific chemical interactions of different minerals and oils.  Our artists must accurately predict what colors will be brought forth after firing or layer them to achieve the exact hue.  This is done through trial and error combined with extensive knowledge of the chemical and firing process.  The painted stained glass methods are listed below.

Painted Stained Glass Method 1

The artist starts with colored glass and paints special black paint made of oils and minerals onto it.  This piece of glass is then fired in our kiln at 1250-1450 for a couple of hours until the paint melts into the glass.  The paint then becomes part of the glass and will never rub off or be removed.

Painted Stained Glass Method 2

The second method involves clear glass.  During this process, colors are painted on a clear piece of glass one at a time and fired in between layers of color to build up layers of shading or color. Any color that involves the use of yellow can be particularly difficult in this method as the chemical used for yellows color (silver staining) is very toxic and will destroy other colors.  For this reason, when trying to achieve the color green for instance, the toxic yellow must be painted on the opposite side of the glass as the blue paint in order to keep the yellow from damaging the blue paint.

Colorado Springs’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artists

At Scottish matching styles on restoration projects is always a challenge but one we love taking on.  There is no greater satisfaction that successful recreating the steps of a former stained glass artist to restore or enhance their work.  Often times it is a lot like detective work because it means figuring out what type of techniques the original artist used.  For instance, sometimes artists would paint the black paint on their glass and then use a stick to rub off part of the black paint to give the piece texture, or put in unique elements like blades of glass.  In order to pinpoint exactly what was done our artists sometimes do numerous iterations.  Here at Scottish Stained Glass, we are always up to the challenge of restoring your stained glass to its former look and luster.

Learn more about the history of stained glass here or watch the video below.

Contact us today to find out more about original or restoration painted stained glass for your Colorado

Original and Restoration Painted Glass projects for Salt Lake City Church Windows

Posted February 20th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass:  Denver’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artist

As many people here in Salt Lake City know, painted stained glass is an age-old tradition that is lovely and abundant on churches in the area.  At Scottish Stained glass, we can proudly say that we have a deep working knowledge of this artform and love sharing our knowledge with the community at large. The process for painting stained glass is absolutely fascinating and requires years of experience in order to master.  We know because we have spent the last 3 decades learning this delicate craft and excel in painted stained glass techniques both old and new.   So, whether you are looking for painted glass restoration or an original creation read on to get a better understanding of the complex processes that will be involved in crafting your one-of-a-kind painted stained glass masterpiece.

The Beautiful Tradition Of Painted Stained On Churches

While painted stained glass may look simple to the untrained eyes is actually quite a complex art form.  The beautiful look you see on churches throughout the Salt Lake City is actually achieved through a complicated process that sometimes looks more like science than art. This is because the colors you see on painted stained glass are actually achieved by way of different chemical interactions of minerals and oils.

Painted Stained Glass Method 1

The artist starts with colored glass and then applies special black paint onto it. The piece of glass is then fired in our kiln at 1250-1450 for a couple of hours until the paint melts into the glass.   After the firing, the glass has the lovely bold colors you are used to seeing on stained glass and the paint is now a part of the glass and will never rub off or be removed.

Painted Stained Glass Method 2

The second method involves clear glass.  During this process, colors are painted on a clear piece of glass one at a time and then fired in between layers of color.  This allows the artist to build up layers of shading or color and give the piece depth.

*Interesting fact: Any color that involves the use of yellow can be particularly difficult in this method as the chemical used for yellows color (silver staining) is very toxic and will destroy other colors.  For this reason, when trying to achieve the color green for instance, the toxic yellow must be painted on the opposite side of the glass as the blue paint in order to keep the yellow from damaging the blue paint.

Denver’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artists

At Scottish, matching styles on restoration projects is always a challenging but fun challenge.  Figuring out what type of techniques the original artist used is an adventure and one we love going on.  For instance,  old artists would sometimes paint glass black and then use a stick to rub off part of the paint to give the piece texture, or to put in elements like blades of glass. To figure out the final look,  our artists sometimes do numerous iterations to make sure you painted stained glass restoration matches the original precisely.

Learn more about the history of stained glass here or watch the video below.

 

We would love to hear about your painted stained glass restoration project or an idea you have for an original piece. Contact us today to get started!

Painted Stained Restoration Experts For Your Kansas City Church Windows

Posted February 20th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass:  Kansas City’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artist

Painted stained glass is beautiful and as difficult to create as it looks, however,  it is an incredibly rewarding art form that we at Scottish Stained Glass have perfected over the last 2+ decades.  This makes us one of the few experts on painted stained glass in the Kansas City area and we are proud that when churches in the city are looking for original or restoration painted stained glass, they come to us!  And rightfully so–at  Scottish, we can successfully take on and complete any type of painted stained glass work. For more information on the fascinating process that goes into creating one-of-a-kind works of painted stained glass art or restoring one, continue reading for the particulars of our beloved craft.

The Long and Lovely Tradition Painted Stained Glass Tradition

Painted stained glass is simply stunning and, as it happens, is a unique way to add character and charm to your  Kansas City church–there is no question about that.  It is also a feature many churches in KC already have.  On the surface, it may look like a relatively simple art form but the process is quite detailed and could even be considered scientific. This is because colors on painted stained glass are brought about through complicated chemical interactions of different minerals and oils, which result in various majestic colors.

Painted Stained Glass Method 1

The most basic method for painting color onto stained glass is for the artist starting with colored glass and then applying special black paint made up of oils and minerals onto it.  This starts a chemical reaction that changes the glass into rich colors you see on church and home windows and  is completed when the piece of glass is fired in our kiln at 1250-1450 for a couple of hours.  After the glass comes out the paint/color is permanently melted into the glass.  Now that the paint is part of the glass it can never rub off or be removed.

Painted Stained Glass Method 2

The second method involves clear glass.  During this process, colors are painted on a clear piece of glass one at a time and fired in between layers of color to build up layers of shading or color. Any color that involves the use of yellow can be particularly difficult in this method as the chemical used for yellows color (silver staining) is very toxic and will destroy other colors.  For this reason, when trying to achieve the color green for instance, the toxic yellow must be painted on the opposite side of the glass as the blue paint in order to keep the yellow from damaging the blue paint.

Scottish Stained Glass: A Painted Stained Glass Specialist For Kansas City, Texas

Restoration projects for painted stained glass come with their share of challenges but are definitely worth the time and effort involved in restoring the beauty of your glass.  The main challenge is figuring out precisely what type of techniques the original artist used.  For example, sometimes artists would use black paint on their glass but scrap some of it off with a stick to add texture. This same method was also used to etch in individual elements like blades of glass.  No matter what type technique was used,  our artists work hard to mimic them exactly– sometimes even doing multiple iterations to get it right.

 

Learn more about the history of stained glass here or watch the video below.

Here, at Scottish Stained Glass, we take great pride in what we do and always love the final, beautiful outcome! Contact us to find out more about original or restoration painted stained glass for your Kansas City Church today!

Painted Stained Restoration Experts For Your San Antonio Church Windows

Posted February 20th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass:  San Antonio’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artist

Painted stained glass is no simple process but it is an incredibly rewarding one, with a beautiful outcome that we, at Scottish Stained Glass, have taken years to master.  The process for painting stained glass is actually quite fascinating and for one to become proficient in it it takes years of practice.  For this reason, we are proud to say that with over 30 years experience in original and restoration stained glass, we are arguably experts. Regardless of whether the painted stained glass in your San Antonio church is old or new, at Scottish, we can successfully take on and complete any type of painted stained glass work. To better understand the intricate processes that go into crafting a one-of-a-kind painted stained glass masterpiece or bringing an old piece back to life, we have outlined a few of the particulars below.

The Long and Lovely Tradition Painted Stained Glass Tradition

Painted stained glass is a gorgeous and unique way to add character and charm to your  San Antonio church–there is no question about that.   Your San Antonio church may actually already have some in it right now.  Although it may seem like a simple art form, the process can be quite complicated, and make use of chemistry in addition to artistry. This is because colors you see on painted stained glass are brought about through the use of complicated chemical interactions of different minerals and oils.

Painted Stained Glass Method 1

The artist starts with colored glass and paints special black paint made of oils and minerals onto it.  This piece of glass is then fired in our kiln at 1250-1450 for a couple of hours until the paint melts into the glass.  The paint then becomes part of the glass and will never rub off or be removed.

Painted Stained Glass Method 2

The second method involves clear glass.  During this process, colors are painted on a clear piece of glass one at a time and fired in between layers of color to build up layers of shading or color. Any color that involves the use of yellow can be particularly difficult in this method as the chemical used for yellows color (silver staining) is very toxic and will destroy other colors.  For this reason, when trying to achieve the color green for example, the toxic yellow must be painted on the opposite side of the glass as the blue paint in order to keep the yellow from damaging the blue paint.

Scottish Stained Glass: A Painted Stained Glass Specialist For San Antonio, Texas

Matching styles on restoration projects is definitely a challenge and involves figuring out precisely what type of techniques the original artist employed. For example, sometimes artists would black paint on their glass and then use a wooden stick to rub off part of the black paint–this added unique texture. This same method was also used to scribe in individual elements like blades of glass.  Regardless of which techniques the original artist used,  our artists work hard to mimic them exactly– sometimes do multiple iterations to get it right.

Learn more about the history of stained glass here or watch the video below.

Difficult as it may be, here, at Scottish Stained Glass, we take great pride in what we do and always love the final, beautiful outcome! Contact us to find out more about original or restoration painted stained glass for your San Antonio Church today!

Painted Stained Restoration Experts For Your Austin Church Windows

Posted February 20th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass:  Austin’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artist

Painted stained glass involves a difficult but rewarding process that we, at Scottish Stained Glass, have taken years to master.  The process for painting stained glass is absolutely fascinating but requires years of extensive experience to become proficient in, which is why we have spent almost 30 years learning this age-old craft. Whether the painted stained glass in your Austin church is old or new, at Scottish, we can readily handle any scope of work–even restorations. As such, we are the specialists in original and restoration painted stained glass. To get a better understanding of the intricate processes involved in crafting your one-of-a-kind painted stained glass masterpiece, we have outlined a few of the particulars below.

The Long and Lovely Tradition Painted Stained Glass Tradition

There is no question as to whether painted stained glass is a perfectly unique way to add character and charm to your  Austin, in fact, you may already have some in your church.  However, while it may appear simple, this art form is actually achieved through a complicated, and arguably, scientific method.  This is because colors you see on painted stained glass are brought about through the use of complicated chemical interactions of different minerals and oils.

Painted Stained Glass Method 1

The artist starts with colored glass and paints special black paint made of oils and minerals onto it.  This piece of glass is then fired in our kiln at 1250-1450 for a couple of hours until the paint melts into the glass.  The paint then becomes part of the glass and will never rub off or be removed.

Painted Stained Glass Method 2

The second method involves clear glass.  During this process, colors are painted on a clear piece of glass one at a time and fired in between layers of color to build up layers of shading or color. Any color that involves the use of yellow can be particularly difficult in this method as the chemical used for yellows color (silver staining) is very toxic and will destroy other colors.  For this reason, when trying to achieve the color green for instance, the toxic yellow must be painted on the opposite side of the glass as the blue paint in order to keep the yellow from damaging the blue paint.

Scottish Stained Glass: A Painted Stained Glass Specialist For Austin, Texas

Matching styles on restoration projects is always a challenge and involves figuring out exactly what type of techniques the original artist used.  For example, sometimes artists would black paint on their glass and then use a dowel to rub off part of the black paint–giving the piece texture.  This same method was also used to scribe in individual elements like blades of glass.  Whatever the original technique was used our in-house artists do work hard and sometimes do multiple iterations to exactly mimic the original look of your chapel’s stained glass.
Learn more about the history of stained glass here or watch the video below.

Difficult as it may be, we love a challenge here at Scottish Stained Glass and take great pride in what we do. Contact us to find out more about original or restoration painted stained glass for your Austin Church today!

Painted Stained Glass Projects For Houston Church Windows

Posted February 20th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass:  Houston’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artist

Painted stained glass is a complicated process that we, at Scottish Stained Glass, have taken years to hone our skills in.  The process for painting stained glass is actually quite fascinating and requires years of extensive experience to master, which is why we have spent almost 3 decades learning this age-old craft. Whether your Houston church stained glass is old or new, we can confidently handle any scope of work.  From painted stained glass restoration to original painted stained glass creation, we are the Houston areas specialists. To get a better understanding of the complex processes involved in crafting your one-of-a-kind painted stained glass masterpiece, read on.

The Lovely Tradition Of Painted Stained On Churches

There is no denying that painted stained glass is a gorgeous and unique way to add character and charm to chapels in Houston.  Although it may appear simple, it is actually achieved through a complicated and, some may say, scientific method because the colors you see on painted stained glass are actually achieved through the use of complicated chemical interactions of different minerals and oils.

Painted Stained Glass Method 1

The artist starts with colored glass and paints special black paint made of oils and minerals onto it.  This piece of glass is then fired in our kiln at 1250-1450 for a couple of hours until the paint melts into the glass.  The paint then becomes part of the glass and will never rub off or be removed.

Painted Stained Glass Method 2

The second method involves clear glass.  During this process, colors are painted on a clear piece of glass one at a time and fired in between layers of color to build up layers of shading or color. Any color that involves the use of yellow can be particularly difficult in this method as the chemical used for yellows color (silver staining) is very toxic and will destroy other colors.  For this reason, when trying to achieve the color green for instance, the toxic yellow must be painted on the opposite side of the glass as the blue paint in order to keep the yellow from damaging the blue paint.

Houston’s Painted Stained Glass Experts

Matching styles on restoration projects is definitely a challenge and means figuring out what type of techniques the original artist used.  For example, some artists would sometimes paint the black paint on their glass and then use a wood stick to rub off part of the black paint to give the piece texture. They would also use this technique to scribe in individual elements like blades of glass.

Learn more about the history of painted glass here or watch the video below.

Whatever the original technique our skilled artists do numerous iterations to exactly mimic the look of your chapel’s stained glass. Difficult as it may be,  we are always up to the challenge here at Scottish Stained Glass and love what we do!  Contact us to find out more about original or restoration painted stained glass for your Houston Church today!

 

Original and Restoration Painted Glass projects for Denver Church Windows

Posted February 20th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass: Denver’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artist

Painted stained glass is an age-old tradition that we, at Scottish Stained glass, have a deep working knowledge of. The process for painting stained glass is actually quite fascinating and requires years of extensive experience to master. As such, we have spent almost 3 decades learning this delicate craft and now excel in painted stained glass techniques both old and new. Whether you are looking for painted glass restoration or an original creation continue reading to get a better understanding of the complex processes that will be involved in crafting your one-of-a-kind painted stained glass masterpiece.

The Beautiful Tradition Of Painted Stained On Churches

There is no arguing that painted stained glass is a lovely and unique way to add character and beauty to chapels in Denver. However, this seemingly simple look is actually achieved through a complicated and, some may say, scientific method. The colors you see on painted stained glass are actually achieved through the use of specific chemical interactions of different minerals and oils.

Painted Stained Glass Method 1

The artist starts with colored glass and paints special black paint made of oils and minerals onto it. This piece of glass is then fired in our kiln at 1250-1450 for a couple of hours until the paint melts into the glass. The paint then becomes part of the glass and will never rub off or be removed.

Painted Stained Glass Method 2

The second method involves clear glass. During this process, colors are painted on a clear piece of glass one at a time and fired in between layers of color to build up layers of shading or color. Any color that involves the use of yellow can be particularly difficult in this method as the chemical used for yellows color (silver staining) is very toxic and will destroy other colors. For this reason, when trying to achieve the color green for instance, the toxic yellow must be painted on the opposite side of the glass as the blue paint in order to keep the yellow from damaging the blue paint.

 

Learn more about the history of painted glass here:

or watch

Denver’s Premiere Painted Stained Glass Artists

At Scottish matching styles on restoration projects is an interesting challenge and means figuring out what type of techniques the original artist used. For instance, old artists would sometimes paint the black paint on their glass and then use a stick to rub off part of the black paint to give the piece texture, or put in individual elements like blades of glass. Our artists have to do numerous iterations sometimes to pinpoint exactly what type of painted stained glass techniques were originally used and mimic them exactly. However, we are always up to the challenge here at Scottish Stained Glass! Contact us to find out more about original or restoration painted stained glass for your Denver Church today!

Our Technique for Restoring Fort Collins’s 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 30th, 2018 by Martin Faith

We’re proud to have partnered with many local Fort Collins churches in order to restore their sentimental, beautiful, antique stained glass windows. Some in the Fort Collins church community have had to throw fundraisers in order to restore their stained glass windows, but everyone in their congregation has always been stunned with the finished product. Our acclaimed stained glass restoration process is a thorough, multi-step operation that can add another 100 years to your stained glass’ life!

Assessment of Fort Collins Church Stained Glass Panels

The most significant step in church stained glass restoration is the assessment. Our team of local, experienced glass artisans begin with an on-site assessment in order to pinpoint the actual causes of your stained glass’ deterioration. With a lot of problem solving and analyzing, our team is able to create a proper course-of-action that’s custom fit for your stained glass’ needs. This enables us to restore your stained glass windows properly and deter those underlying issues from happening as fast. Once we’ve determined a customized plan-of-action, we cautiously remove your stained glass and deliver them back to our repair studio.

Restoring Your Fort Collins Church Stained Glass

When your stained glass arrives at our repair studio, we soak it for at least two weeks in a proprietary soap mixture making sure all impurities and stains are completely removed from the original glass. This also allows us to take the glass and lead apart easier, making sure we properly dispose of all lead components. The next step is the fun part: finding perfect matches to distorted or damaged glass pieces. If we can’t find the absolute match in our inventory of over 50,000 stained glass pieces, we have it custom made. If your stained glass features any painted glass, our design experts can replicate any original technique. We rebuild your stained glass window with lead, tin, and black cement ensuring optimized durability.

Call today to learn how Scottish Stained Glass can restore your Fort Collins church stained glass windows: (970) 672-0451

Our Technique for Restoring Colorado Springs’s 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 30th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Colorado Springs is home to some of the most elegant, historic churches on the Western side of the US. These Colorado Springs churches feature some of the most beautiful, symbolic, antique stained glass windows. We’re proud to have worked with local churches to restore these pieces of art, prolonging their product life for another 100 years. Scottish Stained Glass is the recognized leader in stained glass restoration. Our distinguished stained glass restoration process is perfect for adding more equity to sentimental pieces of art in your Colorado Springs church.

Colorado Springs Church Stained Glass Restoration

We begin every restoration process with an on-site assessment. This assessment allows us to really analyze all underlying issues that have over time lead to the deterioration of your windows. Lead begins to oxidize at around the 75 year mark, leading to the production of white powder and weaker stained glass frames. There are many exterior causes that can warp the shape of your stained glass as well, so properly investigating these issues allows us to create a custom-fit restoration plan to better deter those problems from arising again. Once the assessment is completed by our team of local, experienced glass artisans, we delicately deliver your stained glass window back to our repair shop.

Mimicking Damaged Stained Glass from Your Colorado Springs Church

Once your stained glass window arrives at our repair shop, we soak it for at least two weeks in a proprietary soap blend that thoroughly removes all excrements and stains that have built up from the last 100 years. We locate perfect matching stained glass pieces to replace any damaged original glass from either our vast inventory of over 50,000 stained glass pieces or by having it custom made. Our design experts can replicate painted glass as well mirroring the original technique. We rebuild your stained glass window with lead, tin, and black cement, guaranteeing stronger durability.

Call today to schedule a free on-site consultation on how Scottish Stained Glass can stun you and your congregation with newly restored stained glass panels: (719) 380-9193

Our Technique for Restoring Salt Lake City’s 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 30th, 2018 by Martin Faith

We’re proud to have partnered with many local Salt Lake City churches in order to restore their beautiful, antique stained glass windows. We love giving back to the wonderful Salt Lake City church community and helping recapture their stained glass window’s lost youth. Our acclaimed, comprehensive restoration process can add another 100 years to the life of your church’s stained glass windows! As the recognized leader in church stained glass restoration, Scottish Stained Glass can restore Salt Lake City church’s stained glass windows of all ages, sizes, and styles.

Salt Lake City Church Stained Glass Restoration Assessment

Our extensive restoration process begins with an on-site assessment. Our team of local, experienced stained glass artisans complete an assessment in order to evaluate underlying root causes of deterioration in order to create a custom plan-of-action. Once we’ve completely assessed every contributing factor of deterioration, we cautiously remove your stained glass window and transfer it back to our repair studio.

Replicating Damaged Salt Lake City Church Stained Glass

Once your stained glass window has arrived at our repair studio, we soak it in a proprietary soap blend for at least two weeks. This facilitates the thorough removal of all dirt and impurity build-up from the last 100 years. We then take the lead apart and dispose of it properly. We rebuild the stained glass pieces by finding duplicates of your damaged glass in our ample inventory of over 50,000 stained glass pieces or have glass custom made. If your stained glass window features painted glass, our design experts can recreate original techniques by hand, ensuring a 100% match. Once all glass pieces are repaired or replaced, we rebuild the window with lead, tin, and black cement. These materials strengthen the joints of your stained glass window, ensuring lasting durability for the next 100 years.

Once your stained glass window is reinstalled in your Salt Lake City church, we guarantee that you and your congregation will be amazed with the fresh, brand-new look of your restored stained glass. Call today to schedule an on-site consultation on how Scottish Stained Glass can restore your church’s stained glass windows: (801) 895-4383

Our Technique for Restoring Kansas City’s 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 30th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Kansas City features some of the most beautiful, historic churches displaying elegant, vintage stained glass windows. Scottish Stained Glass is honored to have restored some of these beautiful, antique stained glass panels, contributing back to Kansas City’s wonderful church community. Our detailed, thorough stained glass restoration process is definitely something we’re well-known for, a process completed all over Kansas City and the rest of the Western half of our nation.

Kansas City Church Stained Glass Restoration Technique

Our church stained glass restoration technique begins with an assessment. Our team of local, experienced stained glass artisans start with an on-site assessment in order to evaluate the root issues that have caused the deterioration of your church’s stained glass windows. The on-site assessment allows us to analyze all contributing factors in order for us to better manipulate a custom-fit course of action when it comes to the restoration itself. For instance, if your stained glass is a concave shape it could mean that years of wind flow coming across your church is causing a vacuum, sucking the glass the other way.

Once we determine all underlying causes of deterioration regarding the glass, lead, and composition as a whole, our team carefully removes your stained glass window and transports it back to our repair studio.

Processing Kansas City Church Stained Glass Restoration

We soak your church’s stained glass panels in a proprietary soap mixture for at least two weeks, ensuring we’re able to remove the dirt build up from the last 100 years. Once we take apart your window, we replace or replicate any distorted or broken pieces from either our vast inventory of over 50,000 stained glass pieces or have it custom made to perfectly match.

We rebuild your stained glass window with lead, tin, and black cement, heightening durability and strength. Once every piece is polished to perfection, our team reinstalls your stained glass ensuring everyone in your congregation will be stunned by its new, fresh appearance.

Call today to schedule an on-site consultation to find out how Scottish Stained Glass can restore your Kansas City church’s stained glass windows: (816) 399-3764

Our Technique for Restoring Dallas’ 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 30th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Dallas churches are filled with some of the most beautiful, intricate stained glass windows. We’ve had the pleasure of restoring some of these amazing, antique pieces with our renowned restoration techniques. Scottish Stained Glass is the recognized leader in restoring church stained glass in Dallas as well as all over the Western side of the United States. Our in-depth process can add another 100 years to your Dallas church stained glass windows!

On-site Dallas Church Stained Glass Assessment

Our comprehensive restoration process begins with the most important step: the on-site assessment. The assessment allows us to analyze and problem-solve exactly what’s been causing the deterioration of your stained glass windows. The root cause can range from simply just natural aging of your stained glass to certain wind conditions that have caused your stained glass to bow in or outwards. Once we’ve completed our assessment, we put together a plan of action that’s custom fit to your stained glass needs in order to restore it for the next 100 years.

Dallas Church Stained Glass Restoration Process

Once the assessment is complete, our team of experienced, local glass artisans remove your stained glass windows and transport them back to our repair studio. We soak your stained glass panels in a proprietary blend of soap for at least two weeks, assuring that all the dirt and impurity build up from the last 100 years is completely removed.

We replicate and replace broken or warped pieces of stained glass from either our inventory of over 50,000 glass pieces or from customized glass. We have talented designers that can reproduce painted glass as well, covering all mediums and designs. Once replication and repair is completed, we rebuild the window with lead, tin, and black cement ensuring optimal strength and durability. You and your congregation will be shocked when you see your newly restored antique stained glass reinstalled into your church!

Call today to schedule an on-site consultation on how Scottish Stained Glass can transform your antique church stained glass in Dallas: (972) 591-8413

Our Technique for Restoring San Antonio’s 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 30th, 2018 by Martin Faith

San Antonio is filled with beautiful, historic churches that feature intricate, antique stained glass windows. Scottish Stained Glass is proud to have restored some of San Antonio’s 100 year old church stained glass windows, prolonging their life for another 100 years. We’re known for our comprehensive, prized restoration process that’s completely restored many stained glass panels featured in San Antonio churches as well as churches all over the Western half of the US.

San Antonio Church Stained Glass Restoration Assessment

Our restoration process begins with the most important step: the assessment. Our team of local, experienced stained glass artisans begin the project with an on-site assessment of your church’s stained glass. This is the most vital step because it allows us to analyze the root problems causing the deterioration of the stained glass windows. For instance, after about 75 years lead begins to oxide from air and moisture exposure leading to a fine white dust appearing on the lead frames. The amount of oxidation allows us to determine if we have to completely remove the original lead or simply reinforce it with a lead and tin mixture. Once the assessment is complete, our team of glass artisans remove your stained glass window and carefully transport it back to our repair studio.

San Antonio Church Stained Glass Restoration Process

We allow your stained glass windows to soak in our proprietary soap blend for at least two weeks. This thoroughly removes all the dirt buildup from the last 100 years. If we can’t find a perfect match to your original stained glass from our inventory of over 50,000 stained glass pieces, we have glass custom made or painters replicate the technique of your painted glass.

We rebuild the window with lead and tin to stabilize the joints and ensure strength. A black cement is forced into all the cracks, and we also add reinforcing steel bars to brace the stained glass if necessary. You and your congregation will be breath-taken when you see your newly restored stained glass reinstalled.

Call today to schedule an on-site consultation on how we can restore your San Antonio church stained glass windows: (830) 214 7835

Our Technique for Restoring Austin’s 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 30th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Scottish Stained Glass has been honored to restore some of Austin’s beautiful, historic church stained glass windows. We love the feeling of restoring and bringing sentimental, symbolic stained glass pieces back to life, really giving back to the Austin church community. While it may be hard deciding if you’d rather replace or restore your existing church stained glass, our team of local stained glass artisans can provide you with all the information you need in making that decision. Our extensive stained glass restoration process ensures your church stained glass windows have another 100 years.

Austin Church Stained Glass Restoration Process

Church stained glass in Austin can definitely range in age, style, and size; luckily, we have over 25 years of experience handling church projects of any size! The restoration process begins with an on-site assessment. The assessment allows our team of experts to analyze all the root problems causing deterioration of the stained glass and/or lead frame. Once our assessment is complete, we carefully remove your stained glass window and take it back to our repair shop. From there, we let your stained glass panels soak in a proprietary soap mixture for at least two weeks, guaranteeing that all pieces of dirt and impurity built up from the last 100 years is removed.

Replicating the Original Glass in Your Austin Church Stained Glass

If we can’t find the perfect glass match in our inventory of over 50,000 pieces of stained glass, we have the glass custom made mimicking color, style, and texture. If your church stained glass contains any painted glass, our design experts can replicate the painted technique in restoration. Once all pieces are restored or replaced, we rebuild your window with new pieces of lead and tin, strengthening all the joints and frames. A black cement is applied which is forced into all the cracks, further strengthening your glass.

Once we polish off all the black cement and reinstall your restored stained glass window, you and your congregation will be stunned by the new, fresh appearance of your original glass!

Call today to schedule an on-site consultation on restoring your stained glass: (512) 539-0455

Our Technique for Restoring Houston’s 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 30th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Houston has some of the most beautiful, intricate church stained glass in our nation. Our experienced team of stained glass artisans have had the pleasure of restoring some of these historic, 100 year old pieces of art, giving back to the Houston church community. Our comprehensive stained glass restoration entails a multi-step, almost month long restoration process that brings these pieces back to life while prolonging them for another 100 years.

Houston Church Stained Glass Restoration Assessment

Our extensive church stained glass restoration process starts with an on-site assessment. Our team of stained glass experts examine your church’s stained glass windows in order to determine root causes of deterioration. By problem solving and discovering the culprits and forces behind the deterioration, we’re able to create a customize course of action ensuring those factors won’t affect your glass as detrimentally as before. For instance, recognizing a certain way the glass bows helps us identify which wind force is causing that shape and allows us to create custom reinforcements during restoration.

Once the assessment is complete, we carefully remove your church stained glass panels and transport them back to our repair studio. From there, we soak your stained glass in our proprietary soap blend for at least two weeks. This step removes all the dirt and impurity buildup from the last 100 years while making it easier for us to remove the glass and dispose of the lead properly.

Processing Your Restored Houston Church Stained Glass

Once we replicate pieces of your stained glass that needs replacement, whether its mimicking the painted glass elements or finding a perfect match from our inventory 50,000 glass pieces, we replace the lead with a mixture of lead and tin strengthening all the joints and frame. We cover the panels with black cement insuring all cracks are filled and durable, then clean and polish your restored stained glass windows. Once reinstalled, you and your congregation are left breathless from the clean, fresh, brand-new look of your restored stained glass windows!

For more information, call today for a free on-site consultation on how Scottish Stained Glass can restore your Houston stained glass windows: (713) 827-8908

Our Technique for Restoring Denver’s 100 Year Old Church Stained Glass

Posted January 29th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Here at Scottish Stained Glass, we are proud of our extensive restoration process for restoring Denver’s 100 year old church stained glass. Our comprehensive, multi-step restoration techniques are created from decades of stained glass restoration from all over the Denver area. Our experienced stained glass artisans have worked with every style, age, and size of church stained glass restoration you could possibly imagine.

Denver Church Stained Glass Restoration Process

Our in-depth restoration process begins with an on-site assessment in order to identify why your church stained glass needs restoration. By identifying the root issues of your stained glass deterioration, we can create a plan-of-action custom fit to prolong your church stained glass’ life for another 100 years. Once we’ve properly identified every contributing factor of your stained glass deterioration, we remove your Denver church’s stained glass panels and carefully transport them back to our repair studio.

We let your church stained glass soak for at least two weeks in our proprietary soap mixture, ensuring we remove all the dirt and impurities collected over the last 100 years. This also allows us to take the window apart easier, while properly disposing of the lead. We continue the process by rebuilding the lead, replacing broken or fractures stained glass panels, and replicating any painted glass. Our comprehensive inventory of over 50,000 stained glass pieces guarantees we’ll find the perfect match for any Denver church stained glass restoration.

Once all the pieces are in place, we cover both sides of the window in black cement, which is forced into all the cracks, strengthening your stained glass’ durability. When the cement is set, we clean and polish the glass surface creating a stunning, fresh, new look.

Installing Your Restored Denver Church Stained Glass

Our experienced team of installers carefully replace your restored Denver church stained glass windows, ensuring a perfect fit and added strength. Your congregation will be stunned by your beautiful stained glass for the next 100 years.

Call today to schedule an on-site consultation on how Scottish Stained Glass can transform your existing stained glass church windows: (303) 766-3811

Hallway & Stairway Stained Glass for Your Fort Collins Home

Posted January 8th, 2018 by Martin Faith

It’s always a great idea to budget in some home renovation in order to really increase the value of your Ft. Collins home. The often overlooked parts of anyone’s home are the hallway and stairway areas. Adding stained glass to these areas can really brighten up your home while letting you take full advantage of all the wonderful benefits of leaded stained glass.

Benefits of Stained Glass in Your Hallway and Stairway

Stairways are often especially tricky places to hang and manage blinds or curtains. Stained glass is a great solution for your Ft. Collin’s stairway! Many hallway windows often face neighbors’ windows as well, making privacy an issue. Ft. Collins homeowners at times, especially early in the morning or late at night, can feel uncomfortable knowing that their neighbors can observe them walking through their hallways or up and down their stairs. The privacy factor with stained glass is wonderful so you no longer have to worry about any of your neighbors being able to peek into your stairway or hallway windows. Depending on if you want to reduce the amount of sunlight or embrace that beautiful Colorado sun, stained glass can do both. Letting in that natural sunlight can really brighten up your Ft. Collin’s home, giving it a more open, airy feeling.

Hallway and Stairway Stained Glass Styles

Beveled glass gives a beautiful prismatic effect when reflecting that beautiful Colorado sunlight, which could really add that extra sparkle in your hallway or stairway! Leaded glass, often referred to as clear stained glass design, and colorful stained glass can both be incorporated to create beautiful, contemporary designs or elegant, antique ones! The design options are endless, and our experienced team of glass artisans can definitely help you design the perfect stained glass to compliment your hallways and stairway, really making your entire home a cohesive piece of inviting art.

Schedule an in-home consultation today to discover how stained glass in your Ft. Collins hallway and stairway can really elevate your home: (970) 672-0451

 

Transform Your Colorado Springs Basement with Stained Glass

Posted January 8th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Basements can be such a wonderful bonus space for Colorado Springs homeowners. They’re so versatile, you can turn them into pretty much anything! Whether you’re remodeling your basement into additional guest room space, your own personal bar, or a fun family entertainment area; stained glass can be the perfect solution to really transform your basement!

Revamp Your Basement with Stain Glass

Basements in Colorado Springs can range with window wells, small windows, to no windows at all. Whether you want to transform that window well into an aesthetically pleasing, functional piece of art or you’d like to add some custom stained glass to the back-splash or cabinets of your home bar, we’ve got you covered!

Basement windows typically don’t have the most pleasant view, leaving you with a view of a concrete wall or the bottom of the fence and yard. Stained glass is a great way to add both beauty and character to your Colorado Springs basement, transforming that unpleasant view into one of custom, one-of-a-kind piece of art.

Basement Stained Glass Functionality and Aesthetics

Many stained glass options offer privacy, which is definitely a needed solution for those cumbersome window wells. The great thing is that stained glass and leaded glass enable privacy for whatever guests you many have staying in your basement without having to sacrifice that beautiful Colorado sunlight! Stain glass in your Colorado Springs basement can really open up that space while adding that elegant touch of custom art.

We’ve also done many custom stained glass cabinet projects, which really can make your Colorado Spring’s basement stand out! From Bronco’s themed back-splash stained glass in personal bars to cabinets embedded with family crest stained glass, the possibilities are truly endless.

Schedule an in-home consultation today to transform your Colorado Spring’s basement with custom stained glass: (719) 380-9193

 

Leaded Glass Kitchen Cabinets for Your Salt Lake City Home

Posted January 8th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Did you know that Salt Lake City is projected to be one of the U.S.’s top ten housing markets for 2018? According to Realtor.com, Salt Lake City comes in as the top sixth largest real estate market this year. That means it’s a great time for Salt Lake City homeowners to invest in some home remodeling and really take advantage of this market trend! A wonderful way to make your home stand out is installing leaded glass in your kitchen cabinets!

Why Leaded Glass Kitchen Cabinets?

Leaded glass is often described as clear designed stained glass. With leaded glass kitchen cabinets, Salt Lake City homeowners can create an entirely whole new look to their kitchens without the high costs of a kitchen renovation project. Leaded stained glass cabinets can really transform any Salt Lake City homeowner’s kitchen into a contemporary masterpiece, while putting beautiful kitchenware on display like individual pieces of art. Leaded glass also goes great with an open kitchen concept, making any Salt Lake City kitchen feel more transparent and airy.

Custom Leaded Glass Kitchen Cabinet Designs

Our team of local, highly-experienced glass artisans can help you design the leaded glass kitchen cabinets of your dreams! With over 15,000 designs in our computer base, a multitude of textures, frosts, and line-work to choose from, the sky is really the limit. Each piece of leaded stained glass is custom built for your kitchen cabinets, making the installation process simple and easy. Our unbeatable customer service combined with 25 years of experience ensures that every Salt Lake City homeowner gets exactly what they want in our product. We promise that you’ll love leaded glass kitchen cabinets so much, you’ll want to take them with you to whatever home you live in next!

Call today to schedule an in-home consultation on how leaded glass kitchen cabinets are the perfect solution for a low-budget contemporary kitchen renovation: (801) 895-4383

Bathroom Stained Glass for Your Kansas City Home

Posted January 8th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Have you noticed all the desperate buyers in Kansas City looking for homes? According to The Kansas City Star, Kansas City has had the largest decline in available housing inventory compared to all regional metro areas, with a 55.4% decrease from 2012 to 2017. With only 14% of houses available on the market, it is definitely a seller’s market in Kansas City. Hear that great news, homeowners? It’s the perfect time do find your next home renovation project! Adding stained glass to your Kansas City home bathroom really increases curb appeal, privacy, and takes your interior design game to the next level!

Why Stained Glass for Your Bathroom?

The bathroom is definitely one of the most important rooms in your home when it comes to protecting your privacy. Leaded glass, often referred to as clear stained glass, is the best option for privacy. Kansas City homeowners typically choose leaded glass and beveled stained glass, a clear glass which is ground and polished around the edges to create the beveled edge around the exterior of the glass piece which gives a prismatic effect when reflecting light, design in whatever style of their choice. Our experienced local glass artisans build these custom designs using frosted and textured glass that adds in privacy without blocking out that beautiful, natural Kansas City sunlight.

Bathroom Stained Glass Elevates Your Kansas City Home Decor

Another amazing attribute of stained glass is the sheer beauty and artistic element it solely possesses out of all the window options. Kansas City homeowners agree that elegance is key for any bathroom design. Stained glass gives every homeowner the opportunity to create a custom piece of art. Bathroom stained glass is perfect for any window in your Kansas City home bathroom, whether it’s that large window behind your bathtub, the little window in your shower, or even in your bathroom cabinet doors! The addition of stained glass really elevates your whole bathroom decor to the next level!

Call today to schedule an in-home consultation to see how we take your bathroom decor to the next level with stained glass: (816) 399-3764

Privacy Stained Glass in Dallas Area Dining Rooms

Posted January 6th, 2018 by Martin Faith

The dining room can be such an important part in any Dallas home. Whether you’re having an intimate dinner with your family, hosting an elegant dinner party for friends, or even helping your kids with their homework at the dining table, it’s important to have a sense of privacy knowing your neighbors or anyone on the street can’t see into your home. The issues with most blinds, drapes, and curtains are having to sacrificing natural sunlight, curb appeal, and interior aesthetics. Privacy stained glass windows are the perfect option for your Dallas dining room!

Privacy Stained Glass

Leaded glass, often described as stained glass with no color, is the best option for privacy. The textured, clear glass gives you a multitude of options in design as well as the ability to choose the amount of privacy the Dallas homeowner is searching for. With over 15,000 designs in our computer database, a design team of local, experienced glass artisans, and unbeatable customer service, we can help you create the perfect custom privacy stained glass for your Dallas dining room!

Stained Glass Greatly Enhances Dining Rooms

Stained glass can really give your Dallas dining room that touch of elegance and class. These functional display pieces brighten up any room, making the dining room a lovely area for family dinners, parties with friends, and being admired by any visitors. Stained glass allows you to replace your windows with custom pieces of art, making them the real centerpieces of any dining room. From contemporary to antique stained glass styles, we can help you create the perfect addition to whatever style your dining room is!

There are so many great advantages with stained glass windows, and your Dallas dining room is the perfect place to experience them. From added privacy to beautiful, natural light, stained glass windows can transform your dining room into the perfect place to host any occasion!

Call today to schedule an in-home consultation on how our experienced design team can help you create the perfect dining room piece: (972) 591-8413

 

Stained and Leaded Glass Additions Give Privacy to Your San Antonio Bedroom

Posted January 5th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Living in San Antonio is wonderful when it comes to the delicious food, beautiful scenery, strong sense of community, diverse neighborhoods, growing population, newly thriving art scene, and affordable homes. With so much to offer, this historical, military city is the seventh largest city in the U.S. but offers unbelievably low cost of living. According to San Antonio Magazine, comparable average listing prices for homes in San Antonio are $280,275 while similar real estate in New York are listed at $2.8 million. While you may get more bang for your buck in San Antonio with larger homes, there are over half a million houses in San Antonio alone making it very likely that your next door neighbor is within 15 feet of you. As many San Antonio homeowners know, privacy can definitely be an issue. With low living and housing costs, home renovations are that much easier to fit into any San Antonio homeowner’s budget!

Stained Glass and Leaded Glass Privacy Windows

Your bedroom should always be a sanctuary, especially when it comes to your privacy needs. Often times people think of blinds or drapes as the best option for bedroom privacy, but they end up having to sacrifice that beautiful San Antonio sunlight, surrounding scenery, and end up with replacement and repair costs. Stained glass and leaded glass are the perfect solution for any San Antonio homeowner’s privacy needs! Not only do you get that wonderful, natural sunlight in your bedroom, there’s no need to worry about your close-by neighbors being able to peek into your bedroom. If sunlight is the problem in your bedroom, there are certain types of stained glass and leaded glass that actually will block out that light without the need of unappealing black-out curtains. With endless options in style, color, and texture, stained glass and leaded glass windows give you the creative ability to design any narrative to your bedroom.

Our design experts can help you create any custom stained or leaded glass windows! Call today for an in-home consultation on how we can really transform your bedroom into the sanctuary you deserve: 830-214-7835

Creative Transom Stained Glass Designs for Your Austin Home

Posted January 4th, 2018 by Martin Faith

Austin is well-known for their vast art scene featuring numerous museums, theaters, art galleries, and music venues. With so much culture and activities offered, Austin’s population is the highest growing trend in all of Texas. According to Forbes, Austin is currently the second highest most over-valued housing market in the U.S., making it a consistent seller’s market. That’s great news for Austin homeowners looking for home renovations. A great idea for a low-key renovation project is updating your transom windows!

Transom Stained Glass Windows

Transom windows are generally smaller windows located above main windows, in-home doorways, and main entryways. With so many creative options in styling and color, these custom stained glass pieces can really transform any Austin home. Stained glass transoms really offers unique, artistic flair, making your Austin home stand out. From simple to elegant looks, stained glass transoms also provide privacy so your next door neighbors can’t see in from any floor of their home.

Transom windows are typically an outdated look built into older homes, so replacing them with stained glass is the perfect way to remodel them into contemporary pieces of art without having to compromise the structural integrity of your home.

Creative Examples of Transom Stained Glass Windows

Transom windows located above in-home doorways can often be out-of-date, making stained glass the perfect remodeling option:

This renovation our creative, local glass artisan team completed adds a touch of elegance and simplicity to an otherwise vintage home feature.

Colorful stained glass transom windows really bring that artistic touch Austin is known for:

This great stained glass addition adds privacy as well as curb appeal, really making this Austin home stand out!

Any unique transoms can be transformed with stained glass, without having to sacrifice that beautiful natural light, privacy, or aesthetics:

Call today for an in-home consultation on how we can transform your outdated transom windows: (512) 539-0455

Stained Glass Sidelights Provide Privacy for Your Houston Home

Posted January 4th, 2018 by Martin Faith

According to the New York Times, Houston’s housing market continues to be unsinkable even after Hurricane Harvey. The Houston area grows approximately by 400 people daily and builds 40,000 housing units a year, making it the nation’s largest new-housing market. This is unbelievable news for Houston home owners, especially since it consistently trends as a seller’s market. It’s always a great time for home owners to renovate their homes, in order to increase their resale value. A great starter renovation is always the entryway.

Privacy Stained Glass Sidelights

Sidelights in your Houston home entryway are a great starter option for renovation. Sidelights are often selling points in a home due to the fact that they let in an abundance of natural light, creating an open, bright entryway for great first impressions. The problem with typical, manufactured sidelights is the fact that they lack privacy, letting any neighborhood stroller to see clearly into your home and family. Not only is this a privacy issue, but it can definitely be a safety issue as well.

Blinds and drapes could be custom made for your sidelights, but they often take away from your curb appeal and restrains that beautiful natural light. The best option for maintaining aesthetics, safety, and privacy are stained glass sidelights.

Stained Glass Sidelights Renovation

The process begins with an in-home consultation with one of our highly experienced, local glass artisan. They meet with you to hand design the perfect style and color sidelights that complement the rest of your entryway and home. After taking thorough measurements as well, our artisans and design team bring these sketches to life. We work with you every step of the process, ensuring you love every piece of glass and design custom created for your Houston home’s new sidelights. After the sidelights are polished, waterproofed, and finalized, our experienced installers carefully install your home’s new pieces of custom art.

Call today to schedule an in-home consultation on how you can transform your entryway’s sidelights: (713) 827-8908

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