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December 8th, 2022
Clement Windows Group is delighted to announce that its product range is now available to view on NBS Source.
Clement has had a profile on NBS Source (and formerly on RIBA Product Selector) for several years, but this has only recently been upgraded to include enhanced product data.
Product information including specification data is available for the company’s selection of steel windows and doors, steel screens and partitions and conservation rooflights. This includes the popular and versatile EB20 and EB24 steel window ranges, which are exceptionally slim, high specification metal windows for both residential and commercial projects. EB20 and EB24 windows are designed to replicate the appearance of existing or original windows and are manufactured bespoke to specific requirements.
Also included are Clement’s trailblazing range of interior steel screens and doors, which have been popular for so many years now, and the Clement Conservation Rooflight, which is available in eight standard sizes, from stock, for either a slate or a tile roof profile and which has achieved a British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC) Window Energy Rating of A+.
November 11th, 2022
We are delighted to hear that the Clement EB20 steel window range and the Clement EB20 steel door range have been shortlisted for the Best Window and Best Glazed Door categories respectively at this year’s Build It Awards.
The Build It Awards have, for the last 11 years, brought together architects and manufacturers, as well as key industry figures, in recognition of innovation and excellence in the custom and self-build home sector.
The winners will be announced on Friday 25th November at a fabulous Awards Night at the Bankside Hilton in London.
November 11th, 2022
Clement Windows Group were sponsors for the seventh year of the Small Project of the Year Award (up to to £5m) at this year’s Building Awards.
The Radley College Extension by Beard, Ridge & Partners and Purcell won the award, which was presented by Clement Executive Chairman, Michael Haan, at the annual ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
October 21st, 2022
October 21st, 2022
Clement Windows Group have sponsored a Haslemere Hen this year as part of a local charity fundraising initiative.
Haslemere Hens 2022 is the successor to Haslemere Hogs 2017, Haslemere Hares 2018 and Haslemere Hounds 2019. The project encourages local artists and schools to decorate the fibreglass animals which are displayed by shops and businesses across the town for a few months before being auctioned, with the proceeds going to a variety of charities and good causes. To date in the region of £150,000 has been raised by the scheme.
October 6th, 2022
An article about Clement steel windows featured in the Summer 2022 issue of Conservation & Heritage Journal, a quarterly publication which aims to promote conservation, heritage, restoration and regeneration.
The article, written by Clement, looks at the refurbishment of old industrial buildings where replacement double glazed steel windows have been manufactured to match the original fenestration. The new industrial style frames complement the character of the building while introducing modern benefits such as better insulation, weatherproofing and security.
October 6th, 2022
Internal steel doors and screens manufactured by Clement Windows Group were pictured in the August 2022 issue of Grand Designs Magazine.
The steel frames were installed at the new home of Lee Thornley, founder of the handmade tile specialist Bert & May.
The kitchen and living area at the property was designed to make the most of natural light and the three steel door screens used to partition the space maximise the light available and are a great alternative to solid walls.
September 26th, 2022
September 7th, 2022
With the recent energy price rises and a second hike expected to take effect this autumn, it’s no wonder individuals across the UK are looking for ways to increase the energy efficiency of their homes and avoid incurring increased costs.
Windows and doors can be among the most common causes of poor temperature control within a home, especially if they’re not double glazed.
The benefits of double glazed windows go beyond money saving, improving the comfort of your home through temperature control noise-proofing. But what actually makes double glazing so effective?
August 4th, 2022
Finding the perfect blinds for your new Clement Conservation Rooflights shouldn’t be an afterthought. While rooflights are often installed to increase the amount of light in a space, during the night or periods of hot weather it is important to be able to restrict the amount of light entering your home too.
July 11th, 2022
Clement Windows Group provided silver level sponsorship at this year’s Haslemere Fringe Festival which took place over the weekend of 1st-3rd July.
The Haslemere Fringe Festival is a not-for-profit charity event, run and supported entirely by a fantastic volunteer network from the local community and beyond, with the help of generous donations from local businesses. Running since 2010, the bi-annual event celebrates alternative music, art, dance, comedy, photography and much more.
July 1st, 2022
June 23rd, 2022
Clement Windows is thrilled to welcome you to our new website!
We have been working hard behind the scenes to deliver a high-quality, informative and easy-to-use website that allows our clients, new and old, to explore our superb steel windows, doors, screens and conservation rooflights, online.
June 16th, 2022
Are you following us on social media?
If not, why not start now?
We keep our accounts up to date with all our latest projects and news. We hope by following Clement Windows Group you will be kept both informed and inspired!
Whether you have an Instagram or Facebook account, are on LinkedIn or Houzz, we have a presence on them all. We frequently add photos of our new steel window projects and if you are looking for steel doors, there are so many different examples for you to look at on our feeds! We love it when clients share their Clement projects with us too, lately we have seen lots of beautiful Clement Conservation Rooflights shared on Instagram in particular.
We’ve had a busy few months, here is what you’ve been missing!
We were recently featured in the industry leading home inspiration magazine, Real Homes.
Lisa O’Hagen, owner of vintage fashion business @thehackneywardrobe and her husband chose two stunning Clement steel door sets. These were showcased in the ‘Period Renovation’ feature in the June 2022 issue of Real Homes magazine. TheTake a look through the 10-page feature, here.
June 1st, 2022
Waverley Borough Council has recently published a Guide to Extensions ‘A homeowner’s guide to expanding your living space’.
May 25th, 2022
Two stunning Clement steel door sets were showcased in the Period Renovation feature in the June 2022 issue of Real Homes magazine.
May 19th, 2022
At Clement, we offer a broad range of steel fenestration, from windows and doors to conservation rooflights and screens.
Carefully curated to bespoke measurements and styles and available in a selection of colours with handmade finishes, our steel products not only create light but function faultlessly.
We work with our clients to ensure a quality service is provided from start to finish, including technical drawings, manufacture and installation as well as ongoing after sales support.
April 12th, 2022
At Clement Windows, we take pride in our ability to create bespoke steel window solutions which satisfy our customers’ requirements. Don’t just take our word for it – have a look through some of our reviews and hear what our customers have to say.
We have long standing relationships with our residential and commercial customers and partners. We are proud to have received great feedback from a number of repeat customers who know they can expect high-quality products and great customer service from the team at Clement Windows.
‘The best on the market’ from Tom Robbins – Google reviews – 5 stars
“Clement supplied the steel windows with leaded lights set into oak subframes for an Arts and Craft house we worked on in Weetwood, Leeds. We built an orangery there, as well as the garage and kitchen conversion. Clement replaced the windows throughout the existing house as well as supplied the new fanlights for the orangery.
We also specify Clement’s conservation rooflights whenever we can. We are very much of the opinion that they are the best on the market.”
April 5th, 2022
An image of Waltham Forest Town Hall boasting newly installed Clement steel windows stars on the front cover of the latest issue of Conservation & Heritage Journal. The issue features an article about town hall refurbishment projects where bespoke steel windows by Clement have been installed.
March 29th, 2022
Did you know that all Clement steel windows and doors are hot-dip galvanised to EN ISO BS 1461 and available in a choice of highly durable Akzo Nobel powder paint colours?
March 22nd, 2022
Clement Windows Group is pleased to announce that the EB24, W20 and W40 ranges of steel windows and doors are now available with multi-point locking to PAS 24.
March 18th, 2022
A West Sussex residential project for which we recently manufactured steel windows, steel doors and steel screens has been announced as the winner of an award at the 2021 Sussex Heritage Trust Awards.
Thirty awards were presented overall and the project which is near Arundel won one of the Small Scale Residential Awards.
Clement EB24 metal windows and doors were installed at the Grade II listed 16th-century building. The large expanses of glass allowed lots of natural light in and improved the thermal performance of the building.
The Sussex Heritage Trust is a charity established in 1977 to preserve, improve and encourage the appreciation of the architectural and natural landscape of Sussex.
March 14th, 2022
Clement is delighted to announce an addition to its bespoke conservation rooflights offering.
March 10th, 2022
At Clement, we pride ourselves on the manufacture of high-quality steel windows and steel doors, made to your bespoke requirements in our very own ISO 9001 approved factory.
While all of our ranges are developed to meet the ever-changing demands of clients and the wider industry, there are a few ranges that are particularly popular, boasting the elegant good looks, incredible versatility and modern performance requirements you can expect from Clement.
EB24 is our most popular and versatile steel window product for both commercial and residential work. Benefitting from exceptionally slim frames, our high specification EB24 steel window range is superior to your original metal windows. It offers better thermal performance, security (PAS 24 is an option) and it is also very easy to maintain. Clement specialise in manufacturing new steel windows and doors to match your originals, but with a far improved specification.
Although the EB24 range is our most sought after product for replacement work it can also be suitable for new build projects, as it achieves up to a B energy rating.
Some examples of our EB24 window installations –
February 23rd, 2022
Windows from the Clement W20 range of steel windows were recently installed at Waltham Forest Town Hall and are featured on the front cover of the January issue of ABCD.
You can read the accompanying article below. Further information about the W20 metal window range can be accessed via this link.
Article kindly supplied by ABCD Magazine.
February 11th, 2022
Clement Windows Group is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a certificate for Social Value by Constructionline.
February 4th, 2022
Over the course of 2021, we have had the pleasure of working on a number of commercial projects which now feature our range of high quality, bespoke steel windows, steel-framed doors and screens and conservation rooflights.
We have taken a look back at some of our favourite projects from the year and picked out a few highlights.
Possibly one of the most distinct examples of ‘Stripped Classicism’ architecture in the UK is Waltham Forest Town Hall. The office building was designed by architect Philip Hepworth and constructed between 1938 and 1942. In 2019, the council approved an extensive programme of renovations, including the replacement of all the original steel windows. Working with the client to select the right high-quality product for the project, a suite of Clement W20 white metal windows with dark bronze fittings were installed seamlessly, despite being in the midst of a pandemic.
Find out more about the details of this project here.
February 2nd, 2022
The Houzz community has spoken and Clement has been awarded Best Of Houzz Design and Service badges for 2022! Only 3% of the 2.7 million home design and renovation professionals on Houzz receive the awards each year.