Tag Archives: low-E

Cardinal, Four Seasons Respond to North Carolina Code Council’s Low-E Emergency Rule

Sun

The North Carolina Building Code Council recently enacted an emergency rule in the state’s residential building code that allows builders to use non-low-E glass in areas where it poses a “safety concern.” In the “Emergency Rule-Making Findings of Need” document … Continue reading

Posted in Featured News, Today's News | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

North Carolina Puts Low-E Code Loophole into Effect, Fenestration Industry Poised to Respond

Sun

An emergency building code rule that was adopted in North Carolina in June regarding low-E glass was put into effect the first week of July. The state’s residential building code used to require the use of low-E windows for their … Continue reading

Posted in Featured News, Today's News | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

North Carolina Adopts Emergency Rule Regarding Low-E Requirements in Code

Sun

The North Carolina Building Code Council will go before an administrative judge this week with an emergency rule the Council adopted regarding requirements for low-E windows. The state’s building code requires low-E windows to be used for their energy-efficiency benefits, … Continue reading

Posted in Featured News, Today's News | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Glass Companies Work to Educate on Using Proper Glass Selections

skyscraper

With glass technology, building codes, and even the makeup of the architecture field all experiencing significant change during recent years, the need for information and education about low-E glass and solar control options—as well as how those choices interact—is increasing, … Continue reading

Posted in Featured News, News, Today's News | Tagged , | Leave a comment