Wellbeing in the work place is fast becoming a hot topic, with employees increasingly placing it higher on the priority list than many other perks of the job. As wellbeing has a direct correlation to both productivity and creativity, it is not something that should be ignored by employers or employees. Having recently installed our stunning steel framed doors and screens into a revamped office in Fleet Street where wellbeing was top of the agenda, we have been reflecting on how our interior screens really can make a difference and your office will be transformed into a great place to work.
We were delighted to sponsor the Small Project of the Year (up to £5m) category again at this year’s Building Awards, which took place at London’s Grosvenor House on Tuesday 7th November.
Whether you’re looking to sell or just planning to make some improvements, every little detail is important and could add value to your home. Incorporating genuine steel windows into your design is one factor that could make all the difference.
We are delighted to announce that we are sponsoring the Small Project of the Year (up to £5m) category at the Building Awards for the second year running. Read the rest of this entry »
Over the years, we’ve been lucky enough to feature in a whole range of magazines and publications, with our steel windows taking centre stage! We thought we’d share a few of our favourites: Read the rest of this entry »
We are delighted to be exhibiting at the London Build Expo 2017, which takes place at London’s Olympia on 25th and 26th October this year. Read the rest of this entry »
Sustainability has been a buzzword in the homes and property sector for a few years now, and with an ever-growing green conscience in the UK, it looks likely to stay. Anything from construction methods, building materials, energy efficiency to general lifestyle all go into creating a truly sustainable home. This long list can make eco-friendly credentials difficult to maintain. With that in mind, we’ve designed a guide to help you make your home the most sustainable it can be.
With the greatest number of important historic buildings in the whole of London and around 11,000 Listed Buildings and 56 Conservation Areas, Planning & Conservation Officers in the Borough of Westminster have their work cut out for them. Read the rest of this entry »
From unique and historical private homes to upmarket, larger scale property developments, we’re proud to have been part of a number of exciting residential projects over the years. Our expert team have worked on metal window schemes in London and beyond, tailoring our window ranges to each and every unique home. Here are just a few of our favourite residential projects from the past year. Read the rest of this entry »
Clement Windows has won “Best of Design” and “Best of Customer Service” on Houzz, the leading platform for home renovation and design. The metal window company was picked from more than a million active home building, home refurbishment and design industry professionals.
Whether you are looking to renovate a period property, update your home or office, or transform a new space, creating the right amount of interior light is always a major consideration and a rooflight can often be crucial in enabling daylight to flood into a lower level room, an attic or even a peculiarly shaped corner.
Clement Conservation Rooflights have recently been awarded an A+ window energy rating by the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC), the premier UK authority for independently verified ratings of energy efficient windows and doors. However, this is not the only benefit you receive when you choose one of our rooflights.
The open plan setting has long been celebrated in our homes with designers encouraging us to take doors off their hinges and combine smaller rooms to create one bigger multi-functional space. But in recent years this trend has started to dissipate and there has been a noticeable shift towards so-called ‘broken plan’ living and a demand for flexible, more private, intimate spaces. Read the rest of this entry »