Clement Windows' Steel Doors and Screens For Residential Clients

Steel Doors and Screens for Residential Clients

Clement manufactures a beautiful selection of bespoke steel doors and screens for your home.

Due to its inherent strength and remarkable flexibility, steel is the ideal material for a set of doors or screen because it will last for a long time and can be moulded into any design.

Clement steel screens and doors are generally made from our EB24 or W20 sections. Available in various styles and colours and with multi point locking or a traditional mortice lock, our steel doors and frames can be matched to your windows or can be used on their own to create a unique look. All our screens and doors come with safety glass so you can rest assured that they will meet the requirements of current Building Regulations.

All our products can be painted the colour of your choice to provide an impeccable match to your design scheme. We offer a wide choice of fabulous Akzo Nobel powder paint colours. Akzo Nobel is rightly acknowledged as the global leader in advanced performance surface coatings. Offered with a 10 year warranty Clement provides an average paint coating in excess of 100 microns - the industry standard is 60/70 microns.


Whether you are looking for a replacement door to match your existing traditional steel fenestration or something more modern, Clement Windows can help. Our bespoke new steel doors will bring the benefits of better insulation, weatherproofing and security, manufactured to your exact requirements. 

Clement offer a number of glazing options, from fire-rated glass to privacy glass and toughened glass for extra security. Various options are also on offer when it comes to solar control or acoustic requirements.

Internal Screens and Partitions

In recent years interior designers have reported a move towards ‘broken plan’ living, noting a desire for more private, partitioned areas in our homes and the illusion of rooms within rooms, while simultaneously creating a feeling of openness.

Whether you are trying to separate a study space from a living area or a dressing room from a bedroom, steel screens and doors are the perfect solution. Not only will an internal metal screen or door add character and a contemporary edge to your home, it will also create the illusion of extra light and space.

Internal metal and glass screens draw natural daylight into a partitioned space, brightening up previously dark areas and making otherwise unseen corners visible, while the acoustic features of the glass will mean that the all important element of privacy is retained.

Exterior Screens and Door Sets

Steel is also great for making a statement from the outside. Dark painted external screens and door sets grace the backs of many kitchen side returns and other extensions and are a great way to bring more light into a space and bring the outside in.

We offer a revolutionary, extra secure multi point locking handle system for extra security, as well as a range of restrictors, cremone bolts and other security features, all of which are offered in a variety of finishes to complement your external door screen.

As with all our steel window and door products, all our interior screens, partitions and dividers are made bespoke to your requirements. Whatever the look you are hoping to achieve our Sales Team will be happy to discuss your requirements.

Fire Rated Doors and Screens

If you require fire rated steel partitions or doors, we are excited to report that our Product Development team has recently successfully tested a new Clement fire screen and single door. A major attraction of this fire screen is the use of only very slender profiles so avoiding the bulkiness normally associated with high performance of this type.

Please get in touch to speak to a member of the Clement team regarding your personal requirements.

Please note that a visible mark will appear on each individual pane of glass on products where fire glass is required. This is a requirement of Building Regulations. Beware of companies who tell you marking is not necessary as this may result in you having to replace the glass or change the door design in order to meet Building Regulations.

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