Should Your Remove or Restore Damaged Stained Glass WindowsMartin Faith
Some of the most beautiful stained glass windows in Denver are found at churches, and each one is unique. Some have been around for a long time while others were only put up recently to replace older ones that had fallen apart or broken from age. These pieces of church history can be very valuable in numerous ways. So, when there’s damage, whether to get your church stained glass windows restored or taken out altogether is a tough decision! But below are some things congregations need to consider:
Damaged Stained Glass Windows Are Still Valuable
Restoring old church stained glass windows is expensive. However, once they are restored, the value of these antique pieces will increase by four times more than a new window would be worth! This means that upfront costs can be high but in the long run it’s well worth it to restore them for both aesthetic and monetary reasons. We have many fundraising ideas at your disposal. Also, there are a variety of historical grants from local organizations to fund historical restorations of this nature.
The Look of Your Stained Glass Will Not Change
Unfortunately, many Denver churches may be hesitant to replace their stained glass because they are worried that the new windows won’t look like those in their church. This couldn’t be further from the truth! Our company has some of the best-trained and most experienced stain window artists who specialize in antique Church panels. So when we do a job for your parishioners, not only will it exactly match your old windows it will actually look brand new again with vivid colors and a new luster.
Scottish Stained Glass For Your Church Stained Glass Restoration
If your church stained glass shows signs of wear it is a good idea to have us come and consult with you. In the case of very old stained glass, it is best not to wait because the damage will only grow worse and more costly to repair over time. Contact us today for a free, onsite consultation of your Denver church stained glass.