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Church Stained Glass Restoration for North Carolina

In the mid 1600’s, European settlers from Virginia began to migrate to present-day North Carolina, the majority of which belonged to the Protestant Church. Not long after, Quakers, Lutherans, and Presbyterians also came to the area, sparking the development of numerous churches. North Carolina has long has a history of being widely accepting of all religions, even in its earliest today. Today, it is home to churches of many different religions and denominations including Southern Baptists, United Methodists, Roman Catholics, Mormon, Pentecostal members, and those of Jewish and other faiths.

Some of North Carolina’s oldest churches, such as the St. Thomas Episcopal Church and First Baptist Church of Raleigh, are over 200 years old. Inside these historic holy houses can be found some of the most beautiful stained glass windows in the country. Unfortunately, many of these rare and extraordinary gems are at risk of being lost forever due to old age and deterioration. Restoration provides a viable means of preserving North Carolina’s wondrous church stained glass and keeping alive the state’s unique culture, identity, and history.

At Church Stained Glass Restoration, we have been performing this type of work for over 25 years. Our artisans, painters, and engineers are well-versed in a variety of stained glass styles throughout all different eras. We have successfully brought back to life thousands of church stained glass windows and saved them from extinction.  Our church stained glass restoration services are available to all of North Carolina, including the cities of Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, and beyond.

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Benefits of Religious Stained Glass Restoration for North Carolina Churches

Unfortunately, the life of a stained glass window is not eternal. Eventually, it starts to weaken and deteriorate at some point in its lifetime. Usually, this happens at the 75-100 year age mark. Eventually, certain elements will start losing their function or may even break down completely due to increased pressure, structural decline, or design flaws. It’s important that stained glass windows are repaired before time runs out in order to ensure their preservation. Some of the benefits of stained glass restoration for North Carolina churches include:

  • Restored vibrancy, shine, and luster
  • Deeper, brighter colors due to the removal of film and build-up
  • Advances in engineering allow for improvements to its structural composition
  • Ensures that the original design and aesthetic are preserved
  • Prevents pieces of glass from breaking or falling out completely
  • Preserves your church’s story, beauty, and character
  • May increase the value of the property
  • Assists with goals of historic building preservation
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Stained Glass Restoration and Conservation Services for North Carolina Churches

Whether you need stained glass repair for your church in Raleigh or complete restoration for your chapel, temple, or cathedral in Fayetteville, our team is here to help. We have been restoring and protecting stained glass for over 25 years. We are passionate about our work. You can count on us to do what needs done with care in order preserve every last detail of your beloved artwork and bring it back to its original glory! Our services are available for antique and aging windows as well as those impacted by wind damage, hail, hurricanes, and vandalism.

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Work with North Carolina’s Experienced Church Stained Glass Restoration Team

Church Stained Glass Restoration is here to assist with all of your church stained glass repair and restoration needs. We serve all of North Carolina, including the areas of Wake, Mecklenburg, Guilford, Forsyth, Cumberland, and Durham counties and beyond. Our services are fully inclusive and include stained glass repair, restoration, and replacement. Schedule your free consultation today!

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