Surrey stained glass is a window company run by Ken Morland that specialises in stained glass and leaded lights for conservation areas.
We design, restore and install all aspects of this mastercraft. Having over 25 years of experience Ken Morland takes pride in achieving the best quality in his work.
Working with architects and the customer he has produced some wonderful pieces of work over the past years. The stained glass window designs can range from Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco, ecclesiastical and modern designs, there maybe a particular design that a customer might have or a traditional design from various books that we use. Everything is made the traditional way to the highest quality.
We make many leaded lights for conservation areas using conservation glass which is usually made in Poland and England depending on the job in hand. We repair leaded windows in situ if possible using experienced glaziers. Ken has not just been a stained glass window maker but also a glazier of the same time. Due to building regulations most newbuilds or extensions have to be double glazed which means encapsulate the stained glass into a sealed unit in which Surrey stained glass provides this service. We also supply steel casement windows.
Surrey Stained Glass and Windows
Encapsulated Stained Glass •
We encapsulated stained glass into a double glazed unit to comply with modern building regulations.
Colour Introduced •
I introduced colour into an existing design.
Internal Doors and Music Library, Woking •
The Internal doors and top of the music library case are bespoke panels which were commissioned. The customer and I then worked on the design and I made the panels.
The design was taken from Victorian fireplace in the house and used for front door of house in Dorking.
Ken and Surrey Stained Glass did a wonderful job with our replacement windows in our listed Barn.Jessica Steege
I was very impressed with the quality of the work.Hedley Venning
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