·Choosing a Qualified Restoration Studio ·Choosing the Restoration Method ·What is Releading? ·What are Some Other Methods of Restoration & Repair? ·Why is Restoration by Releading the Method of Choice? ·Why Relead Instead of Repeated Repairs? ·Why Not Relead Just the Bad Areas? ·Can Releading Prevent the Same Problems from Recurring? ·How Can I Be Assured that the Windows Have Been Completely Releaded? ·Should I Have Protective Overglaze Installed With My Stained Glass Windows?
·Deterioration in a Stained Glass Window ·Restoration of two very historic stained glass windows ·What is Releading? ·We know our windows are in bad condition, but we can’t afford an expensive project. What will happen if we do nothing?
·Custom Wood Shop Debuts at Stained Glass Resources ·Time-Lapse Frame Work ·Custom Frames Complement Stained Glass Restoration
RESOURCES - NUMBER 4 A Newsletter Dedicated to Providing Educational Information About Stained Glass Restoration, New Design & Fabrication
·Do Your Windows Need Attention (Do You Know What To Look For?) ·The Three B’s (Bowing, Buckling, Bulging) ·Daylight Leaks ·Improper Treatments and Unqualified Practitioners ·Inoperable Ventilators ·Deteriorating Frames
·Re-creation of historic windows destroyed by fire ·Tiffany window exquisite after restoration ·First Church of Christ (Center Church) - Hartford, CT chooses Stained Glass Resources to restore their windows, after interviewing several other nationally recognized studios ·Stained Glass Resources, Inc. offers Millwork of the finest quality
These are postcards that are sent out 3 times a year: spring, fall, and winter. The post cards are photos of windows that Stained Glass Resources has worked on over the 35 years we have been designing and restoring stained glass windows.