Stained Glass Window Framing and Alteration
Stained glass windows can be framed by many talented carpenters world-wide, however D.C. Riggott, Inc. can save you time and money by performing the framing ourselves prior to shipping your window to its final destination. On top of this, we can also alter stained glass windows [within reason] to help better-fit any size constraints in its new home. Contact us to discuss custom window alterations and framing further.
Can a stained glass window be altered to fit my opening?
Ideally we prefer to get in on the ground floor of a church being built so that a window can be drawn into the architectural renderings and transported “as-is” from its old home to its new home. Every situation that we have come across has not been ideal, however, and sometimes a window needs to be shortened, heightened, narrowed, or widened. D.C. Riggott, Inc. can perform all of the aforementioned to help fit a window into your existing opening.
How do I get my stained glass window framed?
As stated, there are many carpenters or craftsman in any area of the world who can help you create a frame for your newly purchased stained glass window[s]. However, if you prefer, we can save you the headache of trying to locate a good carpenter by using a trusted local company here in Minnesota to frame your window prior to shipping. This will result in additional fees associated with the framing, as well as a larger S&H fee due to the increased size of the crate, but will overall save you time and money since you will be receiving a finished product.
Contact us to discuss your stained glass window alterations or framing further.
Custom Stained Glass Window Alterations and Framework
Custom Stained Glass Window Frames