Here at Clement Windows we love working with steel because of the many advantages it has to offer. Key among these are its incredible strength, longevity and versatility, and its ability to provide elegant sightlines to the openings of any structure. You only need to glance at our commercial and residential photo galleries and see our stunning windows and doors in situ at, for example, Twickenham Film Studios and the new Bristol YMCA to understand the scope of this wonderful material.
Over the years we have worked with a broad range of homeowners and building professionals and it is surprising how many misconceptions people hold about steel and steel windows. Here we’ve put together answers to some of the most common things we hear about using steel in order to bust the myths once and for all.
As we enter 2019, it seems the trend for steel window frames and screens is set to continue. Able to blend seamlessly with both modern and period interior schemes, the choice to add steel windows or screens to your home or workplace introduces a timeless character that is easy to blend or mix up with fresh interior design to make a statement.
However, not everyone is aware of the option to choose steel windows, screens and doors in a coloured finish. At Clement, our windows can be supplied in a wide choice of colours, from the popular classic range to the colour of your choosing, to best match your interior design.
Here we’ve put together a list of some of our favourite examples where colour is used in line with some of the key home décor trends for 2019.
When it comes to choosing new metal windows, there are often decisions involved that you may not have given any thought to. For example, many people aren’t aware of the different glazing options available or what the differences are between them. We’ve broken down our five different styles of glazing with photos to help you find the best option for your project.
Last week was an exciting week for our conservation rooflights as they featured in not just one, but two television programmes on Channel 4!
Clement at the Building Awards 2018
Clement Windows Group were proud to sponsor the Small Project of the Year (up to £5m) category at the Building Awards 2018, putting metal windows under the spotlight for the third year running at this prestigious construction industry event.
It is customary in any industry for there to be a number of technical terms used on a daily basis by employees which are not necessarily in regular use outside the company.
At Clement Windows, some of the questions we are most often asked are around the terminology customers come across when looking to purchase steel windows, doors, screens or conservation rooflights. We’ve put together the following glossary to help break down some of the more technical jargon and make your experience that little bit easier.
Once again the sponsors of the Small Project of the Year (up to £5m) category at the Building Awards 2018 are… Clement Windows!
We are delighted to be involved with this prestigious event and pleased to be able to show our support of the many wonderful smaller value projects that take place in the UK each year. Read the rest of this entry »
Steel windows are very low maintenance. They are not prone to cracks or bowing and, as long as you select windows from a reputable manufacturer that have been properly hot dip galvanised, and coated with a strong polyester powder paint, they will not rust. Steel is one of the strongest and most durable materials available for window frames which, when correctly designed and constructed, can provide longevity for years to come.
At Clement Windows, we recommend that you make yourself aware of some basic maintenance techniques to ensure you get the most from your steel windows. With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of the key maintenance tips to consider when caring for your steel windows.
Steel windows provide the perfect frame, whether it’s a view of your garden or another part of the house. The incredibly slim frames, which are only possible with hot rolled mild steel, allow for large expanses of glass and make the outlook seem almost transparent. Have a look at some of the projects we have picked out below and you’ll see just what we mean.
As steel screens continue to surge in popularity in a variety of setting, from room dividers and doors onto the garden in residential properties to office partitions and industrial-style glazing in commercial settings, we thought the time was right to draw your attention to the most important things to look out for when buying steel screens.