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March 13th, 2023
When new Clement steel windows and doors were selected for this beautiful Grade II listed barn conversion located in the West Sussex countryside, we knew the project was perfect for inclusion in recent articles in Listed Heritage magazine and Conservation & Heritage Journal.
The barn has been sensitively restored by its owners with a particular focus on sustainability and energy efficiency. New Clement SMW steel windows and W20 steel doors were chosen because they are similar in style to the original metal windows but provide better thermal efficiency to the originals and also let in more light.
Our SMW range is a stylish single glazed framing solution for sensitive replacement work in buildings of historic note where double glazing is not an option. The steel frames are silicone fronted for an authentic appearance and come with all the benefits of new windows by Clement, including being manufactured from 98% recycled steel source material.
Steel doors and screens made from Clement W20 steel sections provide strong and durable frames with a number of options when it comes to glazing, locking and colour. You can read more about the different screens and doors available here.
Listed Heritage is a bi-monthly magazine published by The Listed Property Owner’s Club (LPOC) for members, covering the whole spectrum of heritage conservation issues. The article featured in the January/February 2023 issue of the magazine and is reproduced with the kind permission of the LPOC (http://lpoc.co.uk/ ). It can be viewed here.
Conservation & Heritage Journal aims to promote conservation, heritage, restoration and regeneration. The article appeared in Issue 36 of the Journal which is available here or can be accessed on the Journal’s web site: https://www.consandheritage.co.uk/.
You can read the full case study of the barn conversion project here.