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Interior designer Anne-Marie Leigh has completely renovated her home in Godalming, Surrey from top to bottom and the house now looks fantastic. Clement’s EB16 windows were chosen to replace the original metal fenestration, offering not only great looks but also much improved thermal performance.
Anne-Marie discusses the project and her experience working with Clement:
“When we moved into our Arts and Crafts home it was clear that we had a big project on our hands. The house hadn’t really been touched for 40+ years so one of the first things we knew we needed to do was to replace the single glazed steel windows. The insulation was terrible and the house was cold and draughty. The original wooden window frames were in great condition so we just needed to replace the actual glass element and to remain true to the architecture and style of the house we knew the windows had to be steel.
After lots of research we found a local company, Clement Windows and loved their slim framed steel windows which were perfect for our property. From our first meeting with Clement right through to ordering and installation our experience was fantastic.
It was not the easiest of jobs as the windows had to be installed in stages due to a bigger building project to extend and totally refurbish the house but Clement have been so easy to deal with every step of the way. The new steel windows really transform the house back to its former glory.
We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Clement Windows Group.”
Site: Godalming, Surrey
Interior Designer: Anne-Marie Leigh Interior Design
Specification: Clement EB16 steel window range with leaded lights
Colour: RAL 9005 (Jet Black) matt
Furniture: 158SF ‘Hampstead’ handles, powder coated to match frame
16mm insulated glass units, krypton filled with 12mm oval leads
Clement EB16 bespoke steel windows are manufactured from hot rolled steel window and door profiles generally in compliance with BS 6510 Revision 10 Nov 2020 which are produced from 98% recycled steel source material. Hot dip zinc galvanised to EN ISO BS:1461 and with a polyester powder coat paint finish to BS:6497 2005 EN 13438 2018.
Photography: Nick Smith Photography