Case Study: Stained Glass Restorations at The Beach House
April 22, 2014
The Beach House is a beautiful old Victorian Mansion that’s home to a pub-restaurant-hotel, run by Hall & Woodhouse. Built in 1897, the property was to undergo some major refurbishments and Sherriff Stained Glass Specialists was contacted to restore and renovate the property’s ageing stained glass window.
Throughout January and February of 2014, Sherriff Stained Glass Specialists worked towards restoring a huge stained and leaded glass window in the front façade of the building. The Victorian building holds a Grade II listed status as a testament to its age and history, and as a result, Sherriff Stained Glass Specialists restoration plans required extra consideration!
The entire window was removed and taken back to Sherriff Stained Glass Specialists stained glass specialist workshop in Wimborne, Dorset. Thorough work was then undertaken to restore the window, repair damaged glass and re-cement the joints of the large stained and leaded window.
The window elements were then taken back to Milford-on-Sea and Sherriff Stained Glass Specialists refitted the repaired window into its original position. As a result of the restoration work, the window’s life has been vastly extended.
The Hall & Woodhouse Beach House is due to re-open mid-April so if you’re in the Milford-on-Sea area in Hampshire, be sure to stop by, enjoy the food and take a look at the beautiful renovations!
If you have your own stained glass window renovation project and would like to get in touch with the experts at Sherriff Stained Glass Specialists, you can contact us via telephone on 01202 882208 or via our online contact form. Whether a leaded window in need of minor repairs, or even a protected building’s stained glass window in need of restoration, no job is too large or small for Sherriff Stained Glass Specialists stained glass specialists.
Author: Nathan Sherriff
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