As experts in steel window fenestration, we have been privy to some of the most beautiful buildings to add our own touch of elegance. We know that the right windows can make a stunning difference to a property and the Clement team work hard to create a unique and stunning look for every client. Once you have added such a classic, long lasting and decorative feature to your home, it begs the question, why cover them up?
Some windows are just too beautiful to hide away, and we have a dazzling gallery of past projects to prove it!
Metal framed windows and screens have become a dominant interior design trend in 2015, transforming a once niche market into a mainstream mainstay used by architects and designers. Sleek, beautiful steel windows have been enjoyed by heritage and traditional property owners for decades, however, the use of interior steel screens in particular have been utilised in 21st century residential homes and commercial spaces to add a contemporary edge.
Clement Windows provide a bespoke residential replacement service, from the provision of technical drawings, to manufacturing, installation and after sales support. We understand that a home should be a comfortable and secure haven and the Clement Windows team have been privileged to apply their honed fenestration experience to a wealth of beautiful properties, both in the UK and abroad. Here are some of our most recent residential steel window projects that have been given the Clement touch. Read the rest of this entry »
Clement Windows are proud to have worked on many well known commercial projects over the years. From sprawling city landmarks to Art Deco marvels, our team have utilised their skills to tailor make our range of windows to fit a wide series of specifications. Here are just some examples of recent Clement Windows’ commercial projects that we have accomplished to the satisfaction of both client and Conservation Officer alike. Read the rest of this entry »
Clement are renowned for superior products, designed to enhance your home. Our conservation rooflights are not only in keeping with the exterior of character properties but they also add that extra decorative touch and brighten up the darkest of interiors in a conservation or heritage home throughout the year. Here is a quick guide to the benefits of our conservation rooflights. Read the rest of this entry »
Replacing old, existing windows is an important home improvement to heighten the value of your home. Modern buyers now expect energy efficient, attractive windows as standard. Here are five reasons to consider replacing your tired windows in 2015. Read the rest of this entry »
By 2015, ornate steel doors, windows and screens were becoming a prominent feature in homes across the UK. Architects and designers use these glass and steel partitions to enhance residential and commercial spaces, creating innovative spaces that give the illusion of accessibility and openness.
A better understanding of how we use established construction materials is helping to shape the growing metal recycling industry across the world. As the construction industry continues to answer calls for green, eco-friendly building techniques, steel recycling in particular is emerging as a clear favourite. Read the rest of this entry »
In 2014, Clement Windows were proud to play a part in the revival of several Listed Buildings at the University of Manchester.
Following talks with the city planning department, Clement W20 steel windows were purchased for three different phases of restoration work in 2014, carried out by Mather & Ellis Stonemasons. The large project at the university involved window replacements in many Listed Buildings that are now iconic along the Manchester skyline, including The Beyer Building, The John Owens Building and The Christie Library.
The Clement Group are proud to announce that we are now members of the Glass and Glazing Federation. The membership is advantageous to Clement clients as the GGF guides and protects homeowners when they are purchasing windows, doors or glazing products. You can find out more about the GGF via their website www.ggf.org.uk