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Any interior project small or large can attribute unrivaled glory and beauty to the addition of stained glass windows. Whether seeking a single window or a complete set, Lutomski Stained Glass offers the most comprehensive selection of stained glass windows in the world.  If antique windows facilitate your inspiration, look no further than Lutomski Stained Glass. We have purchased, removed and restored more antique stained glass than any company in the industry for the past decade. Please keep in mind: we have the expertise to re-size and re-configure antique windows to accommodate your old or new space. If new windows are in your plans – our European stained glass studio can exact your needs.

Custom design you insist? No issue for Lutomski Stained Glass! We offer stained glass hand painting and leading from third and fourth generation artisans.  All too often, the quality of newly produced stained glass is compromised by inferior craftsmen and novices, typically unbeknownst to the purchaser. Ensure you’re very familiar with quality works of stained glass art by viewing windows from our website; its your money, you’re the customer . . . know what you’re paying for. Old or new, stained glass windows offer sound investment strategy for long term value.  We invite you to call for our references, then explore the many exquisite stained glass options we can deliver.

stained glass denverGlass is a unique substance. It can be transparent, translucent, or opaque. Decorative glass can be shaped and colored using an array of different colors, and the thickness of glass is variable. Though sculptures made of blown glass may appear solid, glass has the molecular structure of a liquid and is not crystalline. Glasses are as beautiful and delicate as they are vulnerable to breakage. If you own any decorative glass items, or even if you have functional glass in your home such as mirrors or shower doors, you will at some point need to call on a Lutomski Stained Glass for glass repair, restoration Techniques Used by Your Local Lutomski Stained Glass.

Our Services Include:

Custom design service
Leaded glass fabrication
Leaded glass repair
Copper foil repair
Glass Lampshade repair
Slumped glass
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Custom mirror art
Kitchen cabinet inserts
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Repair Techniques

Sand, soda lime, and coloring agents are melted together to form molten glass. Using a combination of a blowpipe and special tools, glassblowers quickly shape and mold the glass before it has time to cool. Once the blown glass is the desired shape, it is placed in an annealing oven, which slowly cools the glass until it is stable. Blown glass that is cooled too quickly may crack or break. Sometimes, a Lutomski Stained Glass will need to repeat this process to repair a blown glass sculpture, vase, or other piece of functional art.

Hot sculpting is a similar method of glass-shaping that does not involve a blowpipe. The molten glass collected from the furnace is subsequently given a shape using special tools. Hot sculpting is used to make and repair large, solid pieces of glass art. A Lutomski Stained Glass may need to employ this method if the glasswork in question was solid decorative glass rather than blown glass.

Lastly, varied techniques to work with cold glass can be used by a Lutomski Stained Glass professional under the cold working method. Depending on the desired end result, the Lutomski Stained Glass expert might use a sandblaster, cutting tools, a grinder, a polisher, or engraving tools to create or repair the glass. Adhering panes or pieces of glass to one another falls into this category, as well. These techniques are the most commonly used in decorative glass repair, restoration, and modification. Modern Lutomski Stained Glass Repairs: Economic, Green, and Smart

Being Green

Many of us might not be aware about glass being a ‘green’ material. All glass can be recycled. Modern decorative glass is lead-free and does no harm to the environment. This becomes particularly important when you consider how much glass there actually is in your home.

Your local Lutomski Stained Glass can do installation, repairs, and restoration on virtually any glass surface or object in your home. This includes everything from windows and shower doors to knick-knacks and family heirlooms. In today’s economy, it’s much smarter to perform repairs whenever possible, rather than buying new. A Lutomski Stained Glass can help you save your money.

Glass Types

There are many different types and varieties of decorative glass available. Even if you enter the market for varied designs of window glass that best suits your taste, you have ample varieties to choose from. Clear or tinted; safety or non-safety; plate or patterns; single pane or insulated are some of them. The same is true for patio doors, shower doors, and mirror glass from a Lutomski Stained Glass. You have much more freedom to customize your decorative glass with a Lutomski Stained Glass than you would with, for example, a window installation company, or a patio door company, all of whom work with pre-fabric Special Kinds of Glass Used by Your Local Lutomski Stained Glass.
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Insulated glass, also called double-pane, comes in “units” consisting of two or three separated panes of glass sealed together. The air between the panes is either left in or replaced with a harmless gas. With tempered glass, your Lutomski Stained Glass is actually saving you money, as these windows will pay for themselves in the money you save on heating and cooling bills. This type of glass makes it easier to cut down on your energy costs by ensuring you lose less heat during the winter and less air conditioning during the summer. Home’s energy is lost through gaps around the window pane or the window frame. Hence, such glasses are best to be used in windows. If the seal develops a fault, the pane needs to be replaced as the condensation would then be visible inside the window.

Tempered, laminate, and plate glass are often used by a Lutomski Stained Glass for tall windows, windows inside doors, mirrors, and shower doors. Tempered glass is formed by nearly melting the glass and then cooling it to make their molecular structure strong. Tempered glass breaks into small shards with some of them not even falling out of place. It has less chances of breakage as compared to the normal glass. For this reason, it is considered safety glass.

Plate glass is a large sheet of glass held firmly by a frame. It is usually used in patio doors. Plate glass is fairly easy to break, depending on the thickness, and breaks into large shards which are very sharp. As your child or pet can get hurt by the broken glass, your local Lutomski Stained Glass does not ever advise you to have plate glass at your home.

Laminated glass is a good choice for homes with high risk of breakage. This safety glass is created by bonding together two sheets of plate glass, sandwiching a high-strength membrane in the middle. If broken, the glass will break like plate glass, but the internal membrane holds the shards in place. It is very difficult to break laminated glass.

Tempered and laminate glasses are considered as safety glasses. These are most popular among the household glasses used by any Lutomski Stained Glass. According to building code, safety glass must be there in doors, adjacent to doors and in the openings that fall within approximately eighteen inches of the adjacent walking surface. Whether you have decorative glass heirlooms in need of restoration and repair, or a broken window that needs replacing, your local Lutomski Stained Glass is the one to call. Contact your Lutomski Stained Glass today, if you need any kind of glass repair, installation or modification to be done.


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Denver, CO 80210
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1101 South Madison
Denver, CO 80210

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