Stained Glass


Prolong the life of your stained glass and protect it from external damage.

 We provide simple yet effective window protection to suit any window casing. Backed by engineering and tested for optimal efficiency.

Lab Tested

Our window protection systems have been tested for heat and moisture efficiency by the University of Edinburgh.

Budget Friendly

Depending on your budget needs, we can tailor the materials and approach of our protection services.

Made to measure

We can template any shape and size of window to ensure full protection is provided to your window.

Free Expert Evaluation

We are happy to come to you and survey the windows you need protection for.

How we work

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.

Obligation free advice

We offer protection from minimal to advanced features, depending on your budget or building requirements.

Window Template

We will require access to the windows in order to obtain details of shape and size.

Window Manufacture

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.

Indications that you may require window protection.

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

Stained Glass Restoration

Our stained glass Protection process

Window Removal

Removing old mesh protection, improves not only the facade appearance, it enhances the clarity of your stained glass from the inside.

Stained Glass protection removal from church window aperture

Replace with window protection

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.

Stained Glass Protection system installation in Dundee
Stained Glass Window Protection - Dundee
"Thank you for the restoration work that was carried out on our war memorial window. There have been many positive comments by members of the congregation about how vibrant the restored window looks. Furthermore, the careful way that you set about the work, your skilful craftsmanship, cheerful manner and co-operation with the property committee and myself was much appreciated."

Rev Dr Andrew Gardner
Interim Minister
Barhill Saint Margaret's Church
Broughty Ferry

Frequently asked questions

Can damaged stained glass be repaired without removal?

Provided the panel is accessible and in otherwise good condition, a small number of cracked pieces may sometimes be replaced in-situ, although the manipulation of the lead may be visible. If the lead has been bent or stretched out of shape, then the panel may need to be completely rebuilt.

Will stained-glass repairs be noticeable?

We will try to match the new glass to the existing as closely as possible, however, a precise match may not be possible in texture or colour. You can see an example of this on our restoration page. The new lead may have a slightly different profile to the original, and will have a more uniform satin black finish, different to the finish of the old lead.  If there are one or two minor cracks in an otherwise perfect panel that is well fitted, then leaving them alone would be our recommendation.

Can you tell me how to seal my leaded glass window?

We can certainly give you free advice on how to seal any broken lead in your stained glass window, if it is a small crack then some simple materials and tools can do the trick. However, if there is extensive damage then we would suggest a full repair, and depending on how precious your window is to you we would also advise window protection.

My stained-glass window is bowed and deformed will it have to be replaced or can it be saved?

Your window can be saved, although it would mean its complete removal. It would then be stripped down leaving only the glass sections and completely rebuilt before being reinstalled.

How much does it cost to make a stained glass design?

The cost of manufacture a stained glass window depends on the size and complexity of your project. The larger the project, the more materials you'll need and the longer it will take to complete. However, we can provide a range of prices based on typical projects. As an example, we offer a range of prices for making stained glass designs for vestibule doors and other large projects for churches. Our most basic designs possibly start at around 800 for small door windows, and our most complex are priced up to 5000 or more. Again this is just an estimation, please call us for a free consultation to get a better idea on price.

Is there a difference between Leaded Glass and Stained Glass?

Most of the time “leaded glass” and “stained glass” are used interchangeably. The term leaded glass is a blanket term used for all windows that comprise of several pieces of glass which are held together by lead cames and putty. The term stained glass would imply that coloured glass is used in the window structure.

Still have questions?

Call us for free consultation and advice for your stained glass needs.