Windows, Part II

Posted on: March 24th, 2008 by Patrice Frey

An alert reader (Roberta Lane, Program Officer and Regional Attorney with the Trust's Northeast Field Office), reminded me that there is another great window study out there -- "Measured Winter Performance of Storm Windows," by Joseph Klems.  I failed to mention that in a posting last Friday about windows.

Klems -- a researcher with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory -- completed the study in 2002.    In short, the study finds  that low-e storm windows perform "very similarly" to replacement windows.  Happy reading.  




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