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DATE 8WINDOW AND DOOR DETAILS AND SCHEDULES OUTLINE Window Details Door Details Schedules Interior Elevations WINDOW DETAILS 0 Head 7 Upper horizontal members Jamb 7 Side vertical members M1 7 Middle horizontal members 7 Lower horizontal members ET 200 PAGE 1 DATE 8WINDOW AND DOOR DETAILS AND SCHEDULES WINDOW DETAILS Sash stiles 7 Window framework in which panes of glass are set am My vuaazvsn Wynn wumsnsw Top Rail quot5383 Rail 7 Designed to be opened for ventilation or removed for cleaning 7 Top Rail 7 Meeting Rail 7 Bottom Rail 7 Side Rail 0 Window Frame 7 Receives and holds the sashes or casement 7 Members 39 Top Jamb 39 Side Jamb 39 Blind Slog Windbreaker 0 Exterior Casing 1trim1 7 Serves as the frame around the storm sash or screens 7 Covers wall cracks Ho wgw ET 200 PAGE 2 8WINDOW AND DOOR DETAILS AND SCHEDULES MEAD DATE WINDOW DETAILS 0 Interior Trim and Apron 7 Covers crack between Interior the window frame and Trim interior finished wall 0 Drip Cap 7 Prevents water from seeping into the window head 7 mm 39 Prevents water from seeping inward underneath the drip cap 0 Can be wood or ashing WINDOW DETAILS Omsme 0 Glass Pane 0 Double glazing 2nd glass pane installed in sash Creates dead air space for insulation Mullions Members usually vertical that separate adjacent windows lnslde Muntins Smaller members used to subdivide large glass areas PAGE 3 ET 200 DATE 8WINDOW AND DOOR DETAILS AND SCHEDULES um was Marta SYoa mo wanvnsnsvnw wsuuvzp qua Misrws anus no WEAWEHSYMP nap mm B cums mum swarm Ann snl ahA Out Swinging I ifquot Doublehung Casement scum an D museum no Mu wcnvgusmw warnsz 000w 39r nlsaaLD M4 wen39n z asm ET 200 PAGE 4 DATE 8 VVINDOW AND DOOR DETAILS AND SCHEDULES 0 Air Door Air Curtaing 7 Downward air ow 7 Serves to retard the passage of heaL cold insecm and dirt 7 Moving air blown down through a ceiling grating located above the entrance 7 Filtered to remove dust 7 Advantageous for commercial buildings DOOR DETAILS DOOR SCHEDULE ET 200 bw 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industrial and of ce buildings Natural roof covering consisting of vegetation planted in engineered soil or growing medium over a waterproof membrane 0 Bene ts Controls runoff volume improve air and water quality Promote energy conservation est etics Include layers of drainage material and planting media on highquality waterproof membrane Vegetated Roof Cover Components vapour control ayer structural suppm Source quotannual Resan Cumall mm a Essen m men Shingles Types Fiber glass o Asphalt 0 wood E Lea39mm m W Be x smr WOOD SHINGLES AND SHAKES Wood shingles machinecut and have U smooth surfaces ransom mch0 usmom Shakes Handslit or machine split and have rough undulated surface SQUARE HALF COVE OCTAGONAL ARROW nsu SCALE ROUND Fancy bun shingies are 5 n We and 7 V2 in icing custom produced m individual orders quotmme r4 ET 200 Page 1 Date Energy Conservation ROOFING MATERIALS ROOFING MATERIALS Slate and Tile I Heavy and expensive 39 Metal Roo ng Types Galvanized steel Terne plated eel Copper aluminum ROOF PITCH ROOF PITCH Q R R l a n mm M 39 c or or we I quot9ch 3 iz P1101 3112 PIXC 7 IfD39FH39CH LINE 29 ruequot 1031 ms Msgmsicuas quot39RIS PER nun cram Purl CT mm our c mum a um a nut 91 N9 l 7 E U E K e E l 5 ET 200 Page 2 Date ENERGY CONSERVATION INTRODUCTION Most of the energy we use in residential and commercial buildings is heating and cooling Heat flows from an area of high temperature to an area of lower temperature In winter heat in your home ows out through the building envelope to the outdoors and summ h at from outdoors flows into rooms you are trying to keep cool What should be used in order to keep the warmth in the building during winter and keep cool during summer Energy Conservation HEAT CONSERVATION Insulation Houses should be insulated to obtain maximum ef ciency from heating and cooling systems and provide comfort How Does Insulation Work Insulation decreases heat transfer by providing a barrier that reduces the ow of heat Types of Insulation Fiber glass and rock wool Manufactured in batts blankets mils and loose ll Loose ll installed by pouring or blowing under ssure Preferred over other types of insulation because it is not combustible and doesn t slump under pressure 5713 billl Pipe Pipe 3 tank wrap blocg etc Types of Insulation Shredded paper product chemically treated to be reretardant They leach out when the insulation becomes wet o Slumps to about half its volume when wet Types of Insulation Asphaltimpregnated berboard and foamed plastics Styrofoam and ure ane insulation under built up roof Common size 24quot x 48 in thickness of 2quot to 3quot in 12 incremen Popular as perimeter insulation e foundation and oor slab ET 200 Page 3 Date Where is insulation necessary Ceilings with cold spaces above Rafters and knee walls of a nished attic Exterior walls walls between heated and unheated spaces dormer walls Floors over ouside or unheated spaces Perimeter of a concrete floor sla ose to grade level i b cl Walls of nished or heated basemen Top of foundation or basement wall Energy Conservation HEAT CONSERVATION Values Measure of resistance to heat gain or loss Marked on all types of insulation The higher the number the better a product is at resisting heat loss Emma Bans and blankets R values of 38 30 19 and 11 Values the reciprocal of RValue Measure of the rate of heat loss through a Thus in all aspects of home design one should strive for the lowest UFactors possible The lower the U Factor the less heat that is needlessly escaping HEAT CONSERVATION How much insulation is necegam Table of ECG Building Envelope Requirements forPennsylvania r SHIme in Perim ymrl mas Hin39ubllrg 1 HEAT CONSERVATION Heat Degree Days HDD Reflects demand for energy to heat houses or businesses Calculated over period of time year by adding up the differences between each day s mean daily temp and the quotbalance pointquot temp of 65 F above which the building is assumed not to need any heating The actual indoor temperature will be higher due to insulation retaining heat from the occupants ADDITIONAL MEASURES Double glazing thermopanes or storm windows over single panes 69 reduce heat loss through Double and triple glazing can reduce more heat loss 66 75 Storm doors Reduce transmitted heat loss through doors by 40 Weatherstripping Reduces heat lost by in ltration around doors by 50 ET 200 Page 4
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