We have an unsurpassed reputation as experts in fenestration with the majority of our work being from recommendation or repeat custom. Our past project list is filled with prestigious work throughout the UK. Clement windows are also regularly specified for high profile projects in New York City. Why do New Yorkers order their steel or what you may know as crittall windows from a UK business based over three thousand miles away? The answer is simple, they demand the very best!
The Clement team is a highly qualified group of likeminded professionals who are the envy of the industry. Many of those in senior positions have 30 years experience working with steel / crittall windows. Innovation backed by investment allows Clement to continue updating their product range and delivering to clients a constant stream of world beating new products that meet or exceed the highest levels of specification and performance. Produced in Clement owned factories by directly employed engineers all of our steel windows and doors are bespoke and custom made especially for your specific project using only recycled steel! Clement is a national company however the majority of our steel window work is in London or the South East.
We are proud to be a family business with customer service at our heart, we look forward to hearing from you.
In 2014, Clement Windows were proud to play a part in the revival of several listed buildings at the University of Manchester.
Following talks with the city planning department, Clement W20 steel windows were purchased for three different phases of restoration work in 2014, carried out by Mather & Ellis Stonemasons. The large project at the university involved window replacements in many listed buildings that are now iconic along the Manchester skyline, including The Beyer Building, The John Owens Building and The Christie Library.
The Clement Group are proud to announce that we are now members of the Glass and Glazing Federation. The membership is advantageous to Clement clients as the GGF guides and protects homeowners when they are purchasing windows, doors or glazing products. You can find out more about the GGF via their website www.ggf.org.uk
They chose a photograph of a beautiful Clement project for their example, see the article taken from this month’s magazine here.