Museum-quality display cases are far more than simple glass enclosures to display your artifacts. Their ultimate role is to Present, Preserve and Protect your sensitive and valuable collections, which can only be achieved through a precise and sophisticated design and construction methodology.
Providing a properly controlled and stable environment is critical to the long-term preservation of the museum’s artifacts. The major environmental factors that affect their preservation are light, temperature, relative humidity, air pollution and pests. Sophisticated HVAC systems can be quite expensive and may be hard to install without destroying the historical integrity of some buildings.