The Stained Leaded Glass Company Ltd has the experience to make sure you get the right type of protection for your church's valuable stained glass windows. Working to the Guidelines of English Heritage we can help you to choose the right solution to protect the stained glass without damaging the fabric of the building.
We can help you ensure that your beautiful stained glass windows will be safe for the next generation to enjoy.
We can give references and testimonies to the quality of our work.
There are several methods to protect stained glass, each has its own advantages and disadvantages. We have found that there is no one best method for all applications. Choose from polycarbonate, wire guards or laminated glass.
Many churches have benefited from our experience in stained glass protection. We have helped them to identify the windows most at risk and offer suggestions as to the best method to protect them.
Ring to discuss your church window protection needs or to arrange a free survey call us on 07788773687 or click here to contact us.
We have protected the stained glass windows on many historic and grade 1, Grade 2 star and Grade 2 listed buildings and churches. For example :
Bedbroke Priory Oxford, Over United Reformed Church Winsford, Lancaster Priory, Deane Church circa 1452 , Bolton Parish Church, St Augustine's Pendlebury, The William Morris and Edward Burne Jones Windows at Albion Church Ashton under Lyne, Smithills Hall, Hall I'th Wood Museum the former home of Samuel Crompton and Lord Leverhulme, 6th century St Pegrog's Church Llanbedrog Wales, St Philips Church Great Lever, St James's Breightmet, St Catherines Horwich, St Elizabeth's Horwich, Rivington and Blackrod School Chapel. . . the list could go on and on.