Featured Contractor: Easthope Stained Glass Studios

A key role as conservation specialists, is to assess, evaluate and identify the areas of concern within a subject matter and offer detailed treatment proposals. These proposals are aligned with a clear schedule of works, project management and budgeting. Working alongside a number of industry professionals, architects, consultants, main contractors, church wardens, surveyors, other specialist trades etc, we can guarantee delivering our service to the highest possible standard that each project demands. 

We operate in domestic, commercial, ecclesiastical and professional spheres offering a full range of services;

Initial site survey to help understand and offer an overview on a project. 

Fully detailed window condition reports, which acts an invaluable tool for a schedule of works, architects’ specifications, grant applications and budget planning. 

Smaller, in situ glass repairs to broken/cracked panes of glass. 

Full scale restoration and conservation projects

Design, creation & installation of custom commissions based on clients’ specifications.

We carry out a specialist conservational cleaning process on both, internal and external window surfaces.

We can create and implement complete window protection schemes. 

We provide a commercial Survey/condition report for pricing or specification purposes (L10 windows OR L40 glass)  

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss any future projects.

For a quotation or a survey please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Website; Easthope Stained Glass Studios

We have completed projects on countless churches and listed buildings across the UK in our 60+ years in business. Below are a few examples of our recent and current works in the last 18 months.

Image - Former Roman Chapel, Horsemonden

Image - Former Chapel, Woodchurch 

The above projects involved the restoration of windows on buildings previously used for worship, now converted living spaces for residential and commercial properties.

Above – reglazing of the fully restored rose window at St Mary’s Church, Brighton. By re-leading the panel, we prolonged the life of the beautifully painted 19thC stained glass, which was critically close to falling, whilst introducing new copper tie wires to the supporting steel frame to further strengthen the structural integrity of the window.

Above – The full removal/restoration to the main lights and tracery to the great west window at All Saints Church, Lydd. The lights were in a very poor condition and conservator intervention was absolutely necessary. The previously rusted steel bars had corroded and blown the stonework creating huge amounts of damage. The right-hand image shows us installing the main lights with new non-ferrous saddle bars.


Image - Sissinghurst Castle Kent

Image - Sissinghurst Castle Kent

We have worked closely with the national trust for a number of years with our works varying from the full conservation of entire properties to smaller in-situ repairs. You can find examples of our work Sissinghurst Castle, Sheffield Park, William Morris’s Red House, Ightham Mote, Stoneacre and more. 

Below - Our ongoing restoration programme to the stained glass windows at St John’s college, Cambridge.

All work is carried out to the highest possible standard by our team of specialist craftspeople. We always welcome the opportunity to discuss new, ongoing or past projects and we trust we can be of assistance. 

Easthope Stained Glass Studios on 01303 - 850502

Website; Easthope Stained Glass Studios

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