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Stained-Glass Protection

Proper ventilation is one of the essential factors to consider when installing glazing systems to protect stained-glass windows.

Ron Bovard Article

By Ron Bovard

Stained-glass windows artistically illuminate and beautify the interior of a building and form an integral component of the architectural texture of the building's exterior. Traceries of a compound window frame, as well as the texture of the stained-glass windows' leaded panes, can be obscured by the protective glazing, reducing the exterior reveal or even eliminating the aperture. This can drastically reduce or even eliminate the visibility of significant and costly architectural features on a building's facade.

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To know in detail please download the PDF "Stained-Glass Protection 1"
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