Chapel Stained Glass
Traditionally, the word “chapel” refers to a small room within a church used for prayer or worship. Now, chapels are commonly integrated into nonreligious institutions so that people can practice their faith privately even when they’re in public. Many modern chapels are also interfaith or nondenominational. For this reason, chapel stained glass varies greatly in style and design. It can be very traditional or completely abstract and contemporary. Chapel stained glass is an important part of religious culture and is also a beautiful and highly regarded form of art.
Deterioration in Chapel Stained Glass
Several churches in the United States have been around for hundreds of years. For this reason, many antique chapel stained glass windows have begun to show signs of deterioration. However, damage is almost as common in newer windows as well. It is not unheard of for a stained glass window to break due to an accident or severe weather. Hail, high winds, and extreme heat can damage the leading that holds panels together and break individual pieces of glass.
Chapel Stained Glass Restoration
If the stained glass windows in your chapel are broken or damaged, we may be able to help. We offer stained glass repair and restoration for all types of chapels and places of worship. We can visit you onsite to inspect your windows and develop a plan to repair them. We have over two decades of experience, which means we have the knowledge and skills necessary to complete your restoration properly. When we’re finished, your church will be able to enjoy the artwork in your chapel for years to come.
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If you’re interested in chapel stained glass restoration or would like to learn more about our services, please contact our office. One of our staff members is always available to answer your questions or discuss any concerns you may have. Call now to speak to an expert about your project.
One of our staff members is always available to answer your questions or discuss any concerns you may have. Call now to speak to an expert about your project.