We make each of our protection systems made to measure any size and shape of window aperture. None the less these steps are what you can expect.
We offer protection from minimal to advanced features, depending on your budget or building requirements.
We will require access to the windows in order to obtain details of shape and size.
We use powder-coated aluminium, UV resistant polycarbonate and high quality finishings in our systems.
We offer delivery and installation of the protection screens, using the required materials to secure it in the opening.
Leaded glass is slumped/curved inwards - This is a result of the lead being overheated and the forces of gravity pulling it downwards, it often happens when in direct sunlight over many years.
How protection helps slumping? - We use UV resistant polycarbonate which reduces the impact of heat damage. Furthermore, we design our protection systems in order to provide optimal airflow which keeps heat and moisture levels stable.
For more severe cases of slumping you may require some restoration services.
Visit our restoration page to learn more
Our stained glass Protection process
Removing old mesh protection, improves not only the facade appearance, it enhances the clarity of your stained glass from the inside.
We offer minimal options where only screws and polycarbonate are used, or you may want to opt for protection fitted with powder coated aluminium. Any of these options provide optimal airflow to the windows, keeping heat and moisture at a stable level, yet providing 100% protection from external damage.
Rev Dr Andrew Gardner
Barhill Saint Margaret's Church
Call us for free consultation and advice for your stained glass needs.