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Cranberry gets many calls asking about glass repairs so we assess each situation before presenting appropriate options.


There are five different levels of intervention to which stained glass may be subjected:


  1. Preservation – An act of keeping safe from injury, harm or destruction.

  2. Conservation – A careful preservation and protection of something, especially a planned management of a resource or cultural property to prevent exploitation, destruction or neglect.

  3. Restoration – To return to a former or unimpaired condition.

  4. Repair – To mend by replacing a part or putting together what is broken.

  5. Stop-gap – Something that serves as a temporary expedient. Often done on site.


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