Repair & Restoration
HERITAGE SITE REPAIR PROJECTS
MDS works closely with Diocesan Authorities, Historic England, The National Trust, The Church Conservaton Trust and local County Councils
The principal of minimum intervention is usually adopted for all repair projects. If the damage is severe, sections of a window may need to be removed for full conservation and restoration.
It is important that an assessment of the damage is undertaken as soon as possible. A full window condition report and quotation can then be prepared. If the damage is severe, sections of a window may need to be removed for full conservation and restoration. It is essential to save every fragment of glass. The principle of minimal intervention is usually adopted for all repair projects.
Advice is given on the age of the stained glass as well as identification of the maker. Traditional techniques are used to replicate the original painted detail. Various mending methods are employed to retain original fragments within the lead matrix of the window.
Free estimates are prepared on request.
RECENT REPAIR PROJECTS
York Minster | Bolsover Castle | Hodsock Hall | Worksop Priory | Rufford Abbey | Newstead Abbey | Kelham Hall | Flintham Hall | Milton Mausoleum | Barlborough Hall Gazebo | The Bath House at Lincoln Castle | The Civil War Museum, Newark | Southwell Minster | The Archbishop's Palace, Southwell | Delapre Abbey | Princethorpe College Chapel | The Greestone Building, Lincoln |