Free Window Inspection
As part of our mission to preserve America’s stained glass heritage, Associated Crafts® & Willet Hauser® offers free inspections to document and assess the condition of your stained glass windows. This is important because serious conditions are not always obvious to the untrained eye. Avoid tragedy take advantage of this free offer.
Over the years, stained glass windows require maintenance to preserve their original beauty and structural integrity. Damage often occurs as a result of environmental factors, vandalism, and aging. Having your windows inspected every 3-5 years will address these factors before they can impact the beauty of your windows or lead to catastrophic loss.
Associated Crafts® & Willet Hauser® has 120 years of experience in the stained glass industry. We have created, repaired, and restored some of the most magnificent stained glass windows in the United States.
Our expert stained glass artisans will visit your site and perform an inspection window by window, collecting notes about their condition as well as photographing them on the interior and exterior. Our consultants will answer any questions you may have throughout the process.
Although your windows may look as though they are in good condition there are details the untrained eye cannot see. There may be damage to the frames, protective coating, or glass itself, which could lead to catastrophic damages. You need an Associated Crafts® & Willet Hauser® expert who will know what to look for in your stained glass windows.
Starting Your Free Inspection
Take the first step to preserving the beauty of your stained glass windows for generations to come by contacting our studio today. Most importantly, our expert inspection is offered at no cost to you. From repairs, restorations, frames, and more our inspection will help you understand the condition of your stained glass windows so that you can make informed decisions about their preservation. We provide you with a detailed inspection to empower you to make informed decisions.