Stained glass craftsmen use their skills, experience and love of buildings to restore damaged or neglected stained glass for future generations to enjoy..
Nick Easthope has been asked to work on stained glass panels, windows and art work in many churches, abbeys, castles, stately homes and cathedrals, restoring stained glass which has been damaged by vandalism, weather or simply the passing of time.
He has a deep understanding of the techniques and materials originally used in stained glass panels and is able to use his own skills and a network of specialist suppliers to restore any stained glass to excellent condition.
When the stained glass windows are fully restored and glazed back into the original apperture we then use wire or polycarbonate window guarding to protect the window from future vandalism and the weather. Cleaning in situ where buildings are particularly vulnerable. Nick can work alongside other craftsmen on the same job, ensuring that your project comes in on time and on budget.
We source glass of the correct colour, texture and tone, before cutting it to shape and size by hand using specialist tools. Glass paint is applied with artistic skill in order to shade the glass, giving the appropriate sense of age.
Get in touch to arrange an initial site visit and assessment (at no charge) or a full and detailed window report.