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Clement Windows Ltd design, manufacture and install bespoke steel windows and doors.[where?][when?] The company has been involved in the window business for over a century.[1] They also supply a range of conservation roof lights. The company have a well deserved reputation for quality and excellence particularly when advising on "listed", historic and traditional buildings including property situated in Areas Of Natural Beauty and Conservation Areas are these official gov't terms, like Listed Building or why are you capitalizing them???

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for both commercial and private residences.

Five generations of the Clement family have worked within the steel window industry. Many[which?] landmark buildings both in the UK and overseas are a testimony to use their beautiful[neutrality is disputed] steel windows. These include commercial projects such as the Ritz and Savoy hotels in London, Bonhams ‘Art Deco’ headquarters in London,[citation needed] Victoria’s Secret flagship store in Bond Street,[citation needed] London and The El Dorado in New York City.

History

The Clement family’s association with steel windows began during Queen Victoria’s reign.[citation needed] Clement Windows are exceptionally proud of their family history and prestige status within the fenestration business.everyone is proud of their business, it's just a given, why bother mentioning it. it's not like anyone is going to say they're ashamed of their business, now is it? ;)

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Thomas Edward Clement, the Great Great Grandfather why are you capitalizing regular nouns???
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of Peter Clement (Chief Executive), worked as an apprentice metalworker and glazier on the new Crystal Palace in Hyde Park in 1851.[citation needed]

Accreditations and awards

Clement Windows are accredited by the Glass and Glazing Federation, [2],see, here you made the word disappear because you mistakenly turned it into a footnote instead of wikilink

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the [3] and [4]. The organisation also carries the Government endorsed Standards Trademark through the GGF and has a fully accredited [5]. Clement Windows were proud to get a 'Perfect Delivery Certificate' from [6] for the work they completed in 2013 on the famous ‘Art Deco’ [7]. They also gained second place to Crittall in the [8] 2014 Steel Window Company category.

Buildings Featuring Clement’s Recent Superb Workmanship

Munstead water tower (Gildford),[9] University of Manchester
Henley College, Henley-on-Thames
Victoria Secrets UK Flagship Store, Virgo Fidelis Convent School, Upper Norwood Gonville & Caius, Cambridge University Market Hotel, Kings College, Cambridge Norwich City Hall
160-166 Kensington High Street, Chelsea
No: 1 Aire Street, Leeds
The Majestic, Leeds City Centre
Central Arcade, Leeds
Bonhams, New Bond Street
Strada Restaurant, Harpenden
Bert & May Showroom, London E2, El Dorado, New York, USA

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Publications

Examples of Clement’s exceptional work have been published in numerous magazines including: Listed Heritage, House & Garden, Elle Decoration, Livingetc, Architectural Digest, Homes & Gardens, AJ Specification, Period Ideas and Period Living.

External Links

References

  1. Architectural Technology: The Journal of the British Institute of Architectural Technologists. BIAT. 2001. p. 160. http://books.google.com/books?id=7blUAAAAMAAJ. "Director of Clement Windows Gross Limited, a family owned company who hnt been manufacturing, fixing and glazing steel windows for a hundred years." 
  2. FENSA
  3. Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
  4. Constructionline
  5. RIBA CPD presentation
  6. Morgan Sindall
  7. Norwich City Hall
  8. National Fenestration Awards
  9. Architecture Today. Architecture Today. 2000. p. 305. http://books.google.com/books?id=-cVUAAAAMAAJ. "Steel Window Association member Clement Windows recently made replicas of the original cast iron windows for Munstead Water Tower, near Guildford, Surrey." 
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