Beaumont Leaded Glass specializes in the design, fabrication and installation of traditional and contemporary stained glass windows, religious applications, beveled glass entry doors and mosaic art. We collaborate with architects, contractors, builders, interior designers and individuals to create site specific art glass. Working with combinations of colored and textured glass, bevels and jewels, we can create any design, to any degree of privacy, offering a one of a kind, unique piece of art to last a lifetime.
Our facility has fabricated many stained glass windows in churches for over 25 years, providing you
with local references and on site viewing ability. Should your needs be now or in the future, we will be happy to provide you with a no cost, no obligation estimate.
We provide the highest quality product, regardless of the budget constraints of each individual congregation. We can assist you from the very smallest project, to a complete sanctuary of leaded stained glass in a timely, cost effective way. When appropriate, we can offer every option to retro fit your existing windows, saving costs, as well as adding to the insulation value.
The first impression of every home is almost always dictated by the entrance. Home-building experts suggest that a minimum of 1% of the home value should be applied to the entry. For this reason, leaded beveled glass entrances are normally an allotted feature in new construction. For existing homes, tremendous savings can be attained by retro-fitting new leaded glass into present openings.
Dean Terrebonne Beaumont, Texas http://www.catholiccharitiesbmt.org
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF BEAUMONT, INC. – Thank you so much for your patience & kindness throughout this long process. The window was installed 8/8/05 and is GREAT !! At night, it looks just as I hoped it would with the illumination. We get so many compliments. Thank you for working with me to make this happen. Regina Rogers underwrote the “Charity Window” and she will be as pleased as I am. It was a pleasure getting to know you. Thanks, Dean Terrebonne