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How to Get Started with Your Denver Commercial Stained Glass Restoration

On 06, May 2020 | No Comments | In Aggrigate, Stained Glass Repair And Restoration | By dsgadmin

Does your Denver commercial property have an incredible original stained glass feature? If it does, we’re sure you’ve noticed all the attention it can garner from your guests. Original stained glass windows can offer unique beauty while differentiating your property from others. Did you know that stained glass actually requires restoration around the 75-year to 100-year mark? The glass and lead begin to naturally deteriorate around this age making restoration necessary if you want to continue preserving your historic stained glass. Here’s how to get started on your commercial stained glass restoration project.

The Steps to Take to Get Started On Commercial Stained Glass Restoration

The moment you start seeing signs of deterioration, it is important to start looking for the right stained glass restoration studio. Signs of deterioration can include cracked glass, warped glass, missing glass pieces, softened lead came, brittle joints, yellowing plexiglass, discoloration, a white film appearing on your glass, and much more. Once you’ve established that it’s time for restoration, it’s important to take the time to find the right studio for your project. Restoration is a highly technical skill that requires experience, education, and training. When looking for studios, make sure to ask for references for jobs of similar sizes and portfolio work. Do your research and make sure they have the skills to properly preserve your commercial stained glass.

Work with Denver’s Preferred Commercial Stained Glass Restoration Studio

Denver Stained Glass is honored to be the preferred commercial stained glass restoration studio serving the state of Colorado. Our team is available for virtual consultations and would love to help you properly preserve your special feature. We can help you get your restoration project started and add at least another century to its lifespan.

For more information regarding commercial stained glass restoration, please contact us!