Stained glass windows that are in need of repair have broken glass pieces, damaged lead, or flexing (a.k.a. rattling or loose fitting). In most cases, these windows can be fixed in-place and do not need to be removed from their openings at all.
However, most stained glass studios do not offer repairs, and even more do not offer on-site repairs. But the nature of my business allows me flexibility and allows me to offer on-site glass repair, which saves you money and time. Most broken stained glass windows are fixable and do not need to be replaced; in addition, I save you the time, hassle, and risk of removing the broken window yourself and taking it in for repair.