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January 30, 2019
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2018 International Code Requirements for Windows & Doors
Major requirements were set forth in the published 2018 I-codes for windows, doors, skylights and other fenestration products in single-family homes, duplexes and townhouses that are three stories or less in height. Read More
 
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Product Spotlight
Westchester Double Hung Window by Sierra Pacific Windows

The Westchester Double Hung achieves the narrowest check rail sightline in the high-end window market along with historically accurate sash proportions, according to Sierra Pacific. The window offers structural and thermal performance ratings including a PG50 performance rating on most standard sizes, and a 0.27 U-value with dual insulated low-E 366 and argon or 0.17 values for triple-insulating glass. Sash weights are 110-plus pounds, and measure 54 by 108 for 1 ¾-inch sash or 72 by 120 for 2 ¼-inch sash. The windows also feature a thermally broken sash construction, integral aluminum nail fins, and a patent-pending traditionally styled combination sash lock, sill end caps and drainage system, as well as a multi-point tilt latch.

 
The Talk

Steven Saffell
To keep up with evolving technology and industry concerns, new editions of the 15 different I-codes covered by the International Code Council are published every three years. The 2018 versions, which took effect Jan. 1, are the latest. Of these, the codes of greatest typical interest to fenestration manufacturers are the 2018 International Building Code, International Residential Code and International Energy Conservation Code. Read More 

Editor’s note: This week’s Talk covers the key fenestration-related code changes and provisions in 2018. A more comprehensive overview of the international code requirements for windows and doors is found via the link at the beginning of this newsletter.



 

 

 

 
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