Residential Windows

A Guide to New Technologies and Energy Performance

Dariush Arasteh (Author), John Carmody (Author), Lisa Heschong (Author), Stephen Selkowitz (Author)

Overview | Inside the Book
 

The third edition of Residential Windows: A Guide to New Technologies and Energy Performance provides updated and expanded information on window properties and technologies, as well as new sections on such key topics as window installation, energy efficiency, and building codes.

For this latest edition, all of the energy performance data have been revised, based on the latest simulation techniques and industry-accepted assumptions. Residential Windows provides an overview of new window products for consumers, designers, and builders, as well as regulators, standards developers, utilities, and the researchers, manufacturers, and suppliers in the window industry itself. It is an essential resource for anyone considering purchasing or installing new windows.

Book Details

  • Paperback
  • August 2007
  • ISBN 978-0-393-73225-2
  • 7.4 × 9.2 in / 264 pages
  • Sales Territory: Worldwide

Endorsements & Reviews

“[H]ow many textbooks are devoted to saving you money? This up-to-the minute reference is just that.” — My House in the Mountain States

“Who would think a book about windows could be so entertaining, but at the same time so informative?” — Shelley Shepherd-Klaner, Today's Home Magazine San Francisco/San Mateo

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