Unlike other typical construction jobs, this refurbishment was unique. When we make a frame it is to a hole size, then we cut the glass to suit the finished frame size. This job caused a few “scratched heads and sleepless nights” why? Because, our frames had to fit the precises sizes of each existing leadlight panel. Our tasks were to create 2 frames, one which would sit external and be glazed in a Low E (energy efficient glass) to protect the precious leadlight. The second frame sitting internally was to be built to house the leadlight panels. Might sound easy, but then factor in we were working 8 metres in the air.
If you want to talk about glass and frames with people who won’t walk away from a challenge—even one of biblical proportions—give us a call.