Marshallton United Methodist Church, West Chester, Pa.
The existing protective coverings for the three large windows at Marshallton United Methodist Church in West Chester, Pennsylvania, consisted of Lexan, which was starting to cloud over, installed into aluminum channel. The aluminum had a painted brown finish and was installed on top of the white window frames in such a way that did not follow the shape of the stained glass windows and cut through the three upper kites. The old coverings were replaced with new ¼” clear laminated safety glass, cut to the size and shape of the stained glass. The new protective coverings were also vented with 1” louver vents with insect screens installed into the laminated glass.