A window into better building envelopes

The building envelope can truly make or break energy-efficiency efforts. Major improvements to heating, cooling, and ventilation systems may help reduce energy, but those savings could fly out the window if the building envelope lacks appropriate insulation.

Poorly performing building envelopes can allow heated or conditioned air to escape; HVAC loads increase as a result, leading to higher utility bills.

Read the full article at: www.reminetwork.com/articles/a-window-into-better-building-envelopes/The building envelope can truly make or break energy-efficiency efforts.

Major improvements to heating, cooling, and ventilation systems may help reduce energy, but those savings could fly out the window if the building envelope lacks appropriate insulation. 

Poorly performing building envelopes can allow heated or conditioned air to escape; HVAC loads increase as a result, leading to higher utility bills.

Read the full article at: www.reminetwork.com/articles/a-window-into-better-building-envelopes/

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