Window Replacement: 7 Mistakes to Avoid

Replacing building windows requires a major commitment by building owners and facility executives. A bad selection, while it might reduce energy use somewhat, will not be as energy efficient as other options. Maintenance costs may stay the same, or they may even increase. And building occupants may find that the new windows interfere with their operations, resulting in increased complaints. Selecting the most suitable replacement window for a particular application requires that facility executives first understand the needs of their facility and evaluate all window options before selecting the one that best matches the needs of the facility. The facility executive makes one of the mistakes as stated in the article. Read on and know.

Provided by: FacilitiesNet Topic: Software Date Added: Jan 2003 Format: HTML

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