A Disastrous Case Study: How Replacing Windows Alone Can Lead to Mold

Case study of an improperly designed energy retrofit project where airtight windows and other measures were taken without an integrated approach. The failure to upgrade the building envelope resulted in mold formation due to persistent condensation inside the building walls & ceilings.

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7 thoughts on “A Disastrous Case Study: How Replacing Windows Alone Can Lead to Mold

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  3. We really have trouble with these issues on the Gulf Coast. Too many folks plan building envelopes around heating issues; while our primary energy cost is AC to remove our heat and humidity.

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