Monday - Friday 8.30 am - 5.00pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 12.00 am
Portadown stained glass provide an excellent level of craftsmanship, using techniques that have not changed in centuries. With twenty five years experience we design, make and install windows for domestic, ecclesiastical and architectural settings throughout Ireland.
We specialise in restoration of windows both in situ and in the workshop. We maintain excellent safety standards and provide competitive prices working within your budget.
Traditional leaded lights
Restoration and repair
Multi Fuel & wood burning stove glass (robax)
Toughened safety glass
All standard glass
A recent sandblasted project completed
Each and every piece of stained glass is custom made to order, so you can rest assured that you will receive a unique piece of artwork. We work from initial concept/brief to final installation in a timely and professional manner. Just for your assurance, we handle all our stained glass with extreme care and maintain excellent safety standards throughout the process. Even during your product delivery/installation, we ensure that the correct and appropriate safety standards are met in order to have your delicate goods to you in perfect condition.
We offer competitive prices in the area and do our best to work within your budget, so we will design something that will be affordable and practical to produce. We will only walk away once you are happy with your purchase. However with us it isn’t uncommon to have many of our clients return to us requesting even more glass-work because of the lasting impression we’ve made. Together with your choice and our expertise and price, we will create something that you will be proud to own.
For immediate quotations, general enquiries or to discuss your individual requirements, please give us a call. Alternatively, you may use the click to call button or drop us an email using the form on our Contact Us page and we’d be happy to help.
A commissioned window completed for a church in Portadown
These panes were created in the 1920's, the broken painted pieces replaced,
completely releaded and placed within double glazed units
A recent commission