Period stained glass is a very important feature of many properties that were built between Victorian times and the 1930’s. Over the years these features may have become damaged, worn out due to lead failure and broken glass or be missing altogether. War time damage or modernisation in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s saw many stained glass panels removed and then replaced with a single sheet of plain modern glass. We provide a specialist service where we can research and establish what may originally have been there and carefully re-create and install either a single panel or a range of matching panels. If these leaded panels are still in position but damaged, we repair as necessary, replacing broken panes / quarries, straightening and resoldering broken joints and if the lead is in poor condition, the window can be removed, dismantled and releaded.