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Sedlescombe Vineyard, East Sussex
Newsletter: July 2020
The world has changed dramatically in the few months since we last issued a newsletter. We hope that you are all keeping well and coping with everything that life in the COVID-19 era brings.
Here at Clement we are returning to business as usual, with a few modifications to the way we operate and have to interact with clients, their advisers and contractors.
The health and safety of our customers, employees and suppliers are of the utmost importance and we have conducted risk assessments at every level.
Our installers have received the latest health and safety training to ensure they adhere to the required social distancing and hygiene protocols and have been issued with state-of-the-art PPE.
Our offices have been altered to reduce any possible transmission of COVID-19, with the introduction of temperature scanners, hand sanitisers, screens and social distancing floor markers throughout the offices and these, together with our vans and equipment, are regularly deep cleaned.
We are confident that Clement will withstand the challenges ahead.
Prior to lockdown we completed work on some really exciting and unusual projects, such as Sedlescombe Vineyard in East Sussex. Sedlescombe is England's oldest organic wine estate and when the new owners decided to overhaul the on site shop and tasting room they incorporated Clement steel windows, doors and screens, resulting in a truly stunning design scheme.
However, Sedlescombe is only one of several recently completed projects. Further case studies of our work for the commercial market can be accessed by clicking here, while our residential work can be viewed here.
You can also take a look at our conservation rooflights gallery here to provide you with more inspiration for your next project!
With so many of us now working from home, the idea of a dedicated home office no longer seems like just a crazy wish list project. Take a look at our latest blog which is full of ideas for creating a home workspace.
We hope that you will continue to be informed and inspired, but most of all please stay safe and keep well.
Clement steel windows, doors and screens feature throughout this fabulous vineyard A magnificent steel screen takes centre stage in this
refurbished home
Clement Conservation Rooflights for all roof types!
Sedlescombe Vineyard, East Sussex
After more than 35 years of award winning organic wine production at Sedlescombe Vineyard, the new owners chose a stunning combination of dark-framed Clement EB24 steel windows, doors and screens to bring the site up to date.
The building has been recently renovated and we are delighted to have manufactured and installed to date nearly 800 windows from the Clement EB24 steel window range.
Victorian home in Epping
Design by Cherie Lee Interiors
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Photographer credits – Ray Main
This spectacular Victorian home in the market town of Epping has been recently re-designed by Cherie Lee Interiors.
Part of the client's brief was to design every space with visibility and access to the garden so the use of a Clement interior screen suited the project perfectly. The screen measures an immense 5 metres wide and includes 18 panels of glass.
Twickenham Film Studios
Available in eight standard sizes from stock, Clement Conservation Rooflights are manufactured in two profiles to suit different roof types – including the impressive zinc roof shown above! Bespoke sizes are also available.
All our rooflights have achieved an 'A' Window Energy Rating so they are thermally efficient too.
Click here to view more images of this project and to read the full case study. You can read more about this project here. Click here to see the full range.
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