Posts Tagged ‘ low-E glass ’

New Energy Codes Gaining Traction

May 8th, 2014

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Thomas D. Culp, president of Birch Point Consulting LLC, joined Jason Weber, director of business development for construction products at Sapa Extrusions North America, for a Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) webinar last week, which highlighted the industry’s energy codes and their implications for extruded aluminum building components. As evidenced in the presentations, those codes – [...]

How Prevalent is Melted Vinyl Siding—and are Windows and Glass to Blame?

Jun 12th, 2012

The industry has heard it before: a local newspaper will report on a case of melted vinyl siding and fingers are often pointed at low-E windows. The news will then die down until another case arises. However, some in the industry believe the issue of vinyl siding melting due to low-E windows is truly an [...]