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  • Window Protection
    window POLYCARBONATE SHEETING Two main types on the market acrylics and polycarbonates They must be fixed to the architecture to allow for adequate ventilation and using all stainless steel fixings and allowing for expansion and contraction in response to temperature fluctuations Advantages Are relatively inexpensive Deter persistent vandals and deflect small stones and shotgun pellets If properly fixed will offer superior deterrence to thieves Specialist fitters can accurately fit the sheeting to the shape of the window openings Act as draught excluders and thermal insulators Lighter in weight than glass If a good fixing method is used they can be removed for maintenance to the stonework or glass Can be installed with horizontal divisions of lead corresponding to the saddle bars to give an external appearance appropriate to the glazing scheme The superior grades of polycarbonate sheeting are UV resistant and are long life being resistant to surface crazing and a loss of translucency Do not intrude upon the legibility of the glass from the interior and much less than wire mesh grilles or certain types of isothermal glazing schemes from the exterior UV stabilised long life polycarbonate with stainless steel fittings is cut to the shape of the window and fixed to allow for adequate ventilation and for maintenance work There is minimal external visual disturbance and none from the interior Disadvantages Flammability Inferior types can surface craze and take on a milky appearance Lichens and moulds can accumulate on these surface scratches if not adequately maintained The effect on the exterior of flat reflective sheets can be detracting If inadequately fixed or cut the sheets can damage the masonry by expansion or corrosion and can be difficult to remove for the cleaning and maintenance of the glass and stonework Only experienced specialists should supply and fit polycarbonate protection to a building Stained Glass Protection Methods for protecting stained glass in an architectural context GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE PROTECTION OF HISTORICAL GLASS The protection of stained glass windows must always be considered with regard to the architecture of the building to preserve as far as possible the architectural integrity of the structure Ideally there should be little or no detraction from the overall appearance of the windows themselves when viewed externally or from the inside However this is rarely possible to achieve and so a compromise must usually be made balancing the advantages offered by the existing methods against visual appearance and cost and effectiveness against a range of causes of breakage External protection is installed firstly to protect the glass from vandalism or breakage from the outside by adjacent trees and secondly to protect fragile or conserved glass from the weather atmosphere and fluctuations in temperature There are relative merits and disadvantages of the methods currently in use a brief summary of which are included below as a guide for the custodians of buildings with leaded and stained glass windows WIRE GUARDS Will deflect large missiles not small stones or shotgun pellets Wire mesh grilles should be

    Original URL path: http://www.stained-windows.co.uk/window_protection.html (2016-04-27)
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  • UV Bonding
    standards of design and craftsmanship Home Studio Gallery About Contact Restoration New comissions Other Services Chichester Cathedral Guildford Cathedral Re sited Windows Conservation Churches Schools Domestic Corporate St Colman s St Paul s Church St Michaels Rose Window Harrow Martyrs Immaculate Conception St Aldhelm Miracles Holy Cross Millennium Gilbert White Memorial Gulf War Memorial St Maximilian Kolbe God is Love Eucharist Cana Transfiguration Baptism Trinity Proclamation UCM St Therese Saint

    Original URL path: http://www.stained-windows.co.uk/uv%20bonding%20glass.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Conservation Cleaning
    standards of design and craftsmanship Home Studio Gallery About Contact Restoration New comissions Other Services Chichester Cathedral Guildford Cathedral Re sited Windows Conservation Churches Schools Domestic Corporate St Colman s St Paul s Church St Michaels Rose Window Harrow Martyrs Immaculate Conception St Aldhelm Miracles Holy Cross Millennium Gilbert White Memorial Gulf War Memorial St Maximilian Kolbe God is Love Eucharist Cana Transfiguration Baptism Trinity Proclamation UCM St Therese Saint

    Original URL path: http://www.stained-windows.co.uk/conservation_cleaning.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Commissioning a window
    standards of design and craftsmanship Home Studio Gallery About Contact Restoration New comissions Other Services Chichester Cathedral Guildford Cathedral Re sited Windows Conservation Churches Schools Domestic Corporate St Colman s St Paul s Church St Michaels Rose Window Harrow Martyrs Immaculate Conception St Aldhelm Miracles Holy Cross Millennium Gilbert White Memorial Gulf War Memorial St Maximilian Kolbe God is Love Eucharist Cana Transfiguration Baptism Trinity Proclamation UCM St Therese Saint

    Original URL path: http://www.stained-windows.co.uk/commissioning.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Address Sunrise Studio Hampshire
    Law courts then cross road at Pelican crossing and walk past University Art Design Eldon building on corner of Middle Street Proceed along Middle Street to find us 50yds on right Opposite The Raven PH ROAD From the A3 A27 take M275 Portsmouth West follow all signs for Historic Waterfront as far as the traffic lights under railway bridge at Anglesea Road Park Road junction right hand lane goes to Gunwharf Quays Keep in left hand lane here to junction a few yards further on at King Richard 1 Street Take left hand turning sign posted Law courts up the dual carraigeway to roundabout take last exit down other side of carraigeway to turn first left into Middle Street where we are 50yds on the right DIRECTIONS SUNRISE Stained Glass Ltd 58 60 Middle Street Southsea Hampshire PO5 4BP UK Tel 00 44 0 23 9275 0512 Fax 00 44 0 23 9287 5488 E mail sunrise stained windows co uk OPEN WEEKDAY MORNINGS Monday Friday 8 30 am to 1 pm Restoration New comissions Other Services Chichester Cathedral Guildford Cathedral Re sited Windows Conservation Churches Schools Domestic Corporate St Colman s St Paul s Church St Michaels Rose Window

    Original URL path: http://www.stained-windows.co.uk/findus.html (2016-04-27)
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