Steel Doors and Screens for Building Professionals

Steel Doors and Screens for Building Professionals

Steel doors and interior steel frames are increasingly being specified by interior designers and architects working on high end commercial development projects.

The current trend for the industrial aesthetic shows no sign of diminishing and an internal metal screen is the perfect architectural feature to create the feel of a room within a room, a space that is simultaneously private yet part of the wider area. The strong steel sections can be engineered to any design, while the slim sections that are only possible with steel mean that the maximum possible area of glass is provided, allowing maximum solar gain and creating the illusion of extra space.

Internal steel screens can be used in a variety of environments – as dividers for retail establishments, in premium residential developments and in recently built schools and colleges. With new, more collaborative ways of working being adopted in the 21st century, steel doors and screens are increasingly being used as internal dividers in office environments. Internal metal and glass screens and doors will draw light into a partitioned space, flooding dark offices and boardrooms with natural daylight, while the acoustic features of the glass will mean that private meetings and discussions can still take place. 

Clement manufacture a beautiful selection of bespoke internal steel doors and frames which are available in various styles and colours, with multi point locking or a traditional mortice lock, and which can be matched to the windows in the building or used as a unique standalone feature.

Generally made from W20 sections, all of our internal screens come with safety glass ensuring that the requirements of current building regulations are met. If fire rated internal steel partitions are required, please consult one of our sales advisors to discuss the options available.

Please contact us to speak to a member of the Clement team for further information.

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