Glazing, frames and thermal bridges… how to get window specification and installation right first time - Online

A new 2-hour event from The Green Register

Specifying high performance windows is thankfully becoming much more commonplace but if we do not specify or install them correctly, they will not perform as expected leading to an underperforming building and money wasted in the process.

Green Building Store experts Bill Butcher and Chris Herring will guide you through the key issues relating to window design and installation, focusing on performance and thermal efficiency.

There will be plenty of time to ask Bill and Chris questions so that delegates come away with a fuller understanding of how to specify effectively and detail to avoid thermal bridging and achieve high standards of airtightness.

Topics covered include:

  • Learning from Passivhaus
  • The energy balance
  • U values
  • Psi values
  • G values
  • Glazing technology
  • The evolution of advanced glazing
  • Why triple glazing?
  • Installation & detailing (airtightness, thermal bridging & avoiding overheating)
  • The importance of good installation for performance
  • Value engineering & windows and doors

About the Trainers

Bill Butcher is Director of Green Building Store. He has been project leader on a range of Passivhaus and radical retrofit projects in the Huddersfield area, including the Denby Dale Passivhaus. Bill is a Certified Passive House Consultant and a Certified Passive House Tradesperson. He also serves on the Technical Panel of the Passivhaus Trust and teaches on the Construction module of the CarbonLite CEPH Designer course.

Chris Herring is Director of Green Building Store. He is one of the UK’s leading experts in high performance window design and has been an active proponent of the Passivhaus approach to low energy construction and of the adoption of Passivhaus standards and methodology in the UK. Chris is the current Chair of the Passivhaus Trust.

When
July 13th, 2021 4:00 PM through  6:00 PM
Location
Online Training
United Kingdom
Event Fee(s)
Members of The Green Register £ 25.00
Non-Members £ 35.00