Stained glass is a popular feature in both churches and historical buildings in Houston. This is because everything from stained glass signs in restaurants to stained glass transom windows in banks were popular architectural features in the early 20th century.
Stained glass windows may last up to 100 years before they require restoration. If not properly maintained, however, they could fall into irreparable disrepair. Merely preventing deterioration is good enough reason to have them repaired regularly, but there are other excellent reasons as well.
Restoring Commercial Stained Glass is Good For the Community
If your Houston commercial stained glass is over 100 years old, it could qualify for community grants devoted to historical preservation. We have found that when we take on a job restoring historical stained glass windows, the entire community takes notice and often gets involved in supporting our fundraising efforts.
Restoring Commercial Stained Glass is Good For Business
Stained glass is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it also serves as a great marketing tool to bring in new customers and businesses. Your stained glass will be restored to its original brilliance, attracting attention and creating a lasting memory for your space. The money you invest now will pay off tenfold in the long run with increased foot traffic and repeat customers.
Restoring Commercial Stained Glass Preserves A Piece of Houston History
Stained glass windows are a crucial part of not only the history of Houston but also the world’s history. They often go unnoticed; however, they hold so much importance. If you take care of them and preserve them, you, in turn, are preserving a tiny piece of the area’s history. Doing such is an excellent way to keep the past alive while also possibly qualifying for historical grants.
Houston’s Historical Stained Glass Restoration Specialist
Please contact us for more information on starting your historical stained glass restoration. We would be delighted to come out and take a look at your glass. After we do, we’ll provide you with pricing and a timeline that works around your Houston business’s schedule.