Category: Protective Coverings

How Does Sunlight Affect Stained Glass?

Sunlight and Stained Glass

Cumberland Stained Glass Windows is located in Mechanicsburg, PA. If you’ve never been to Mechanicsburg, you probably don’t know much about our weather. In general, we get about 195 sunny days per year here, which is below the U.S. average of 205 sunny days out of 365. Weather-wise, Mechanicsburg gets 43 inches of rain and… Read more »

The Advantages of Protective Stained Glass Window Ventilation

Protective Stained Glass Window Ventilation

If you take a look at stained glass windows next time you visit a church, synagogue or public building, notice if there appears to be some sort of protective glazing over their windows. Most stained glass windows do have protective glazing, which helps protect stained glass from the effects of air pollution as well as… Read more »

Are Protective Coverings for Stained Glass Windows Necessary?

Protective coverings for stained glass windows, while not always necessary, are generally something that will extend their longevity and help prevent damage. Cumberland Stained Glass regularly applies properly vented protective coverings to stained glass windows. Research has shown that one square inch of venting on the top and bottom of a window’s protective covering installation… Read more »

The Importance of Protective Coverings for Stained Glass Windows

Stained glass windows can make a beautiful addition to just about any type of building. Whether you’re having new stained glass windows installed in a church, business, or any other type of property, you’re likely going to want to protect your investment. Not only do stained glass windows look great, but they also enhance your… Read more »