Would you like to install custom stained glass in one of the windows or doors in your Plano Texas home? Or do you own a business, a church, or another establishment that could benefit from having custom stained glass installed in it?
Equipped with more than 35 years of experience, Stained Glass Unlimited is the company you can turn to for all your Plano custom stained glass windows needs. Stained Glass Unlimited specializes in designing custom stained, beveled, and leaded glass artwork and can provide you with the glass products that you’re interested in installing in your home or business.
Custom Stained Glass Designed to Your Needs
As you can see when you browse through this custom stained glass gallery, Stained Glass Unlimited is capable of creating a wide range of custom stained glass windows. Whether you want something relatively simple for a small window in your home or something that tells a story for your business, Stained Glass Unlimited can come up with creative designs that will fit your needs. Stained Glass Unlimited will sit with you and talk to you about your specific stained glass ideas before working tirelessly to bring them to life. You’ll be left with a stained glass creation that you’re truly proud of in the end.
No matter how big or small you want your stained glass window to be, you can count on Stained Glass Unlimited to come through with an excellent finished product. Over the last three decades, Stained Glass Unlimited has worked closely with home and business owners, interior designers and builders, and even hobbyists and provided them with custom stained glass services. Let us customize stained glass for you so that you can add a beautiful piece of artwork to your home or business.
Custom Stained Glass Windows Experts in Plano Texas
The custom stained glass design process is a collaborative effort between you and our design representative. The process results in custom stained windows to your liking.
Our stained glass windows reflect a variety of styles of original designs and the finest quality craftsmanship. They are used in homes and public places to enjoyed for many generations.
The custom stained windows design outline
The design process takes the steps, as shown below:
You inform the designer on the piece you find interesting. Follow up questions: The size of the piece, the room setting, colors, and styles you like, and your budget. The interview gives the designer and understanding of your needs and forms the next steps.
2) Come up with ideas
The designer will work with you to come up with ideas of what you like. These can be from your pictures or from one of our pattern books or a photo you found online. The designer will discuss with you the features you like and what you don’t like. The ideas will give the designer a better understanding of your requirement.
3) Preliminary design
The designer will come up with rough designs of the stained windows using the information gathered. The designer will ask for your feedback on the designs. If satisfactory, we’ll do estimates for the designs.
4) Final design
The final design is ready after extensive consultation between you and the designer. At this point, the designer will meet you to discuss colors and the type of glass to be used. A formal quote and a final rendered design are made available to you.
After completing this process, your custom stained window is scheduled for production in our plant in Plano, Texas.
We enjoy working with Builders, Interior designers, homeowners, and hobbyists. With a finished design available, our team will quickly input it into our CAD system and give a quote. Our designer will is available for advice at any stage and work with you as you need.
Custom Stained Glass Window Cost Considerations
The complexity of the Custom Stained glass window will increase the cost of the project. Other factors to consider that affect the cost are listed below, and working with our designer, you can use these variables to meet your budget.
the larger the window, the more materials it will consume.
Number of Pieces
the more the pieces, the cost will also increase.
Size and Shape
A piece may be small but with complex designs making it more expensive to produce.
Opaque glass is difficult to cut and will need more labor to cut to shape
Glass type and colors vary greatly with the manufacturers.