I’m often asked, “Are you working on any big jobs right now?”
Often, it’s not the size of the job but how well our work blends into the architecture. This was a project we did for Palmyra United Methodist in Palmyra, Virginia, built-in 1830.
Originally the windows had single panes of stained glass. Just by adding a nicer glass and simple mullions, it added so much character to this country church.
Adding a sheet of tempered glass to the exterior sides protects the stained glass and saves considerably on heating and cooling while preserving the aesthetics of the original architecture.