Steel Windows by Clement Chosen for Two Very Different Ecclesiastical Projects

New Clement steel windows have recently been selected for two very different ecclesiastical projects demonstrating the versatility of steel when it comes to finding the most appropriate fenestration for a particular scheme.

The first is Grade II listed Arts & Crafts style Ladywell Convent, located in the picturesque Surrey Hills, where windows from the Clement EB20 and SMW ranges were chosen because of their close match to the existing heritage windows at the site.

The second is St Paul’s Church in Leeds, a 60 year old building which was recently refurbished and now boasts a striking steel door screen and feature steel window made from Clement EB24 sections. The door screen adds a modern feature to the church while also blending well with the original architecture.

Steel is a very malleable material which can be manipulated into all manner of shapes and structures while maintaining its intrinsic strength. This means that it is perfect for both conservation and new build projects. The slim, elegant steel frames by Clement shown here not only look good – the inclusion of very high quality, thermally efficient glass units teamed with innovative steel frame design and weatherproofing result in high performing windows and doors which will reduce your energy bills and last for years.

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