CLEMENT WINDOWS GROUP LTD
Suppliers of: Steel Windows, Steel Doors, Conservation Rooflights, glass doors, partitions, steel screens
CLEMENT manufactures an innovative range of steel windows, doors and screens for both private residences and commercial projects.
We provide a complete service – from the provision of technical drawings through to manufacture, installation and after sales support - whether your project is a traditional restoration project, one involving Listed Buildings or Conservation Areas, or a new build.
Our previous work includes prestigious heritage projects across the UK and in the USA, including well known buildings such as Bonhams in London, Norwich City Hall and the Eldorado Building in Manhattan. We take pride in our reputation for premium products, excellent craftsmanship and industry expertise and we are delighted that so many of our customers return to us time and again because they know they cannot get a better window anywhere else. All of our windows are crafted to your bespoke design in our ISO 9001 approved factory. Produced entirely from 100% recycled steel and generally Part L compliant, our windows are environmentally friendly and meet the latest performance requirements for insulation, weatherproofing and security.
Clement also manufactures a selection of conservation rooflights, available from stock in either a tile or a slate profile.
Clement steel windows are often specified as the preferred fenestration solution for buildings that are important, valuable or of high conservation value. We work in partnership with architects, conservation officers, main contractors and other building professionals to help produce specifications that are visually stunning and offer high technical performance while respecting and enhancing important heritage and conservation objectives.
Arrangements for Listed Buildings or those in Conservation Areas can replicate existing steel fenestration, while improving thermal performance and security. Specifications for new build projects make the most of steel´s strength to produce slender frames with elegant sight lines which are incomparable to other supposedly similar materials such as aluminium. Steel also enables us to produce highly secure window systems which feature multi point locking and where appropriate we can offer windows that achieve the BS 7950 security standard.
Clement manufacture a beautiful selection of internal steel doors available in various styles and colours. They include multi point locking or a traditional mortice lock which can be matched to the windows in the building or used as a unique stand alone feature.
Clement Conservation Rooflights are modern replicas of Victorian originals and so versatile they can be used in any type of property. They are particularly suitable for Listed Buildings or heritage products and are regularly recommended by Architects and Conservation Officers.
We offer eight standard sizes with either a tile or slate profile to match the specific roof type ensuring a flush finish but our rooflights can also be tailored to bespoke requirements.
Clement Internal Glass Doors allow light to flood into a workspace area. Available a part of our internal product range or screens and partitions, our doors are widely specified in both commercial and domestic projects.
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.
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.
Further technical information, image galleries and product specifications are available through the Clement Windows website or via the BPi Download Library.
A ‘full house’ of Clement steel door screens and partitions
A ‘full house’ of Clement steel door screens and partitions
This North London family home has undergone a total transformation by our client Sara-Int Renovations Ltd. Two existing extensions have been demolished, the front entrance has been repositioned and the lower ground floor entirely rebuilt. The terrace off the living room was also reconstructed and now benefits from a spiral staircase which connects to the garden.
The newly designed house showcases various styles of bespoke Clement steel window door screens and partitions, all with genuine T bars. Internally a fabulous steel partition acts as a wall to separate a landing space from the kitchen. Slim Clement W20 steel sections were used to create this stunning feature which creates both an abundance of light and a feeling of space. This partition was fitted with Pyroswiss, integrity only fire resistant glass, allowing it to perform in excess of 30 minutes where ordinary toughened glass cannot.
At the rear of the property you can see a trio of Clement double door screens, one of which includes a beautiful curved head. The EB24 range, which benefits from 24mm double glazed units, was used for all three sets of exterior doors.
Clement steel windows, doors and screens used throughout this fabulous new build
Just at the edge of Somerton in Somerset you will find The Long House, a 350 sq m concrete frame, new build house designed by Neil Choudhury Architects.
Clement bespoke steel windows and doors were chosen for their beautifully slim frames, in keeping with the design of the building. All the new fenestration was coated with Signal Black polyester powder paint in a matt finish which perfectly complements the blue lias stone walls, charred timber cladding and dark grey zinc roof.
The Clement EB24 steel window and door range, featuring 23.2 mm krypton filled double glazed units was used externally to comply with British security standard PAS 24. Internally, Clement W20 single glazed doors and screens with 6.4mm laminated units were specified to separate the rooms.
Neil Choudhury from NCA said: “This new build project was a reinterpretation of a Somerset long house and the aim was to strike a careful balance overall between traditional, local and contemporary materials. The black steel windows and doors by Clement lend themselves perfectly to the look which is at once modern and classic. The Clement team worked closely with us throughout the project to ensure our original brief was met, we are really pleased with the end result.”