We offer residential clients and building professionals a choice of high quality steel windows, doors and screens, tailor-made to your specific requirements, together with a popular collection of conservation rooflights.
We provide a complete service – from the provision of technical drawings through to manufacture, installation and after sales support – whether your project is a traditional restoration project, one involving Listed Buildings or Conservation Areas, or a new build. We specialise in replacement windows for heritage projects, yet our windows are the solution for most schemes where metal windows are required.
Our previous work includes prestigious steel window projects across the UK and in the USA and our range of rooflights, which are available from stock, are popular in several European countries. We are delighted that so many of our clients come back to us again and again because they know they will not find a better product anywhere else.
Choose Clement and you will enjoy technologically advanced, low maintenance steel windows which will meet the latest performance requirements for insulation, weatherproofing and security and which will last for many years.
All of our metal windows are sensitively crafted to the highest standards in our own ISO 9001 approved factory. The process of manufacturing a steel window – from rolling into shape and welding to hot dip galvanising and powder coat painting - is a complex one which takes time and attention to ensure the end product is the standard people have come to expect from Clement.
Clement are excited to announce that we are sponsoring the Small Project of the Year (up to £5M) category at the Building Awards 2016. The 22nd edition of the awards will take place on Tuesday 8th November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
Steel windows as we know them are sleek, modern and wonderfully versatile so it’s hard to believe that their roots trace all the way back to medieval times. Here at Clement Windows, we love period windows and restoration projects just as much as we love modern, cutting-edge design. That’s why we want to tell you a little about the fascinating history of metal windows.
Metal windows are specified for commercial projects for a vast number of reasons. Maybe the building has been listed because it is of significant architectural or historical interest and steel is the material that will best replicate the original window design. Or perhaps the project involves a modern structure that will benefit from the stunning good looks and contemporary feel that can only be achieved with steel.
Windows, when chosen correctly, complement the unique character of any property. They’re also integral to home security, energy efficiency and noise reduction. This means that window choice is an extremely important decision if you want to retain the style, safety and sustainability of your home. If you are considering replacing or fitting steel windows, there are a number of factors that should play a big part in the decision making process.
Dealing with period properties always presents a unique set of challenges. Usually the biggest issues arise in maintaining the integrity of the architecture when making changes or updating different features. These same issues occur time and again when owners of period properties need to replace or restore their old metal windows, so what can you do to make the process easier?