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You should have a contract signed by both parties before work begins (Fig. 48). It should stipulate the full cost of the work, including taxes, and provide a detailed description of the windows. The contract should also outline the products to be used and stipulate that they will meet CSA standards after installation. Make sure it covers the date by which the job is to be completed and describes both the manufacturer’s and installer’s warranties. 41 Fig. 48 Save costs and avoid later delays by inspecting the windows on delivery to ensure they are what you ordered.
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However, if you’re designing a new home you may wish to use the ERS rating to compare different glazing options in different orientations. 2 Gas Fills The other big advance in window technology has been the introduction of inert gas fills into the space between glazings (Fig. 37). The term inert refers to a class of chemically stable, nonreactive (safe) gases. Argon and krypton are the usual choice, with argon being the most common and cheapest. Fig. 37 Filling the space between glazing layers with argon gas does two things: 1) it reduces conduction heat loss, because argon has a lower conductivity than air; and, 2) it reduces convection losses, because it is heavier than air and suppresses gas movement between the glazings (Fig.