There are instances when a church is gifted a window or windows from another church that is closing. Probably, due to inconsistency of size the window cannot be installed in an existing opening in the recipients building. Therefore, a light box is made to fit the window by our expert millworkers. Light boxes are made from a hardwood, usually, oak, mahogany, maple or cherry. The stained glass is illuminated with fluorescent fixtures that are screwed snugly to a wooden back. Between the fluorescent bulbs and the stained glass is a sheet of white translucent plastic that diffuses the light so no hotspots occur when the stained glass is viewed. The stained glass and diffused plastic is installed in a hinged door that can be opened and closed making the fluorescent lights serviceable. Robert McCausland Limited is an expert in this area of stained glass recovery.
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