Stately homes can be seen across the country celebrating Britains heritage and architecture and here at Creative Glass we like to help restore that heritage using expert skills and artistry with glass.
This can be seen on one of our biggest glass projects – Preston Hall Museum.
Preston Hall was built in the early 19th century Preston-on-Tees, Stockton-on-Tees, England and has been running as a museum since 1953.
It is a listed building owned by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, therefore we needed to take extra care to keep the building looking the same.
Restoring Preston Hall Museum was a huge undertaking that we took great pride in working on to the highest standards.
The project entailed fixing the ornate glass roof which had fallen into disrepair and was in need of a facelift, however the challenge was the fact we needed to keep the museums original features intact.
We also helped replace a number of glass leaded panels which had been damaged.
Using our skills and expertise we were able to carry out the project to our client’s needs and helped to return Preston Hall Museum to its original glory.