Posted 2011/12/02 by zeropassiv in Construction Journal. Tagged: German windows, Intus Windows, passive house windows, Super windows, uPVC. 1 Comment
We made some clips with Intus Windows to show off their windows and doors that were installed on our house.
If you are an energy/building geek who want to know about super efficient windows, check these out!
Oh, enjoy the musak!
Posted by Peter on 2012/08/15 at 4:26 pm
How did you address the issue with uPVC and its higher thermal expansion rates? I read that a 1/2″ gap must be left on all sides of a uPVC window to allow for the PVC to expand and contract according to the weather at hand. Are the diurnal swings low or moderate in that area?
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