At Steve Sherriff, we never like to see stained or leaded glass windows in disrepair. Whether it’s the fading of once-rich colours or the cracking of a leaded glass window’s joints, art as beautiful as stained glass deserves to be treated and maintained with equal effort to that which first made it.
So why should you make the worthwhile investment of leaded or stained glass window restoration?
Enhance the colour in stained glass
Whether your stained glass front door or windows sit in a period building, church, or house, the effects of weathering and dirt take a heavy toll on the colour. Through years of experience and use of professional techniques, Steve Sherriff offers extensive stained glass window restoration services to restore stained glass that has been dirtied or decayed over time, whilst bringing back the pristine condition, colours and beauty of days gone by.
To prevent complete deterioration, invest in stained glass restoration and contact Steve Sherriff on 01202 882 208 before it’s too late!
Lead solder joints always deteriorate with age
If it’s your leaded glass windows’ solder joints that have failed the test of time, Steve Sherriff can offer you its expertise once more. Re-leading your deteriorating stained glass window will give your window approximately 100 years of life. This makes leaded and stained glass window restoration with Steve Sherriff an imperative and worthwhile investment.
Restore windows, restore warmth
Restoring stained glass doesn’t always refer to the windows’ aesthetics. If the stained or leaded glass windows are feeling their age, it may be worth thinking about triple glazing. Not only does installing triple glazing give your stained glass an added layer of protection and peace of mind, but this method also provides extra warmth and insulation for those winter nights.
Discover more about stained glass including stained glass news, stained glass courses and window frame repair, by contacting Steve Sherriff on 01202 882 208 or sending an email to email@example.com.