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The Rehab Guide Volume 4: Windows and Doors

* Adobe Acrobat (*.pdf, 13 MB)

* Ch. 1 (*.pdf, 1.2 MB)
* Ch. 2 (*.pdf, 1.3MB)
* Ch. 3 (*.pdf, 1 MB)
* Ch. 4 (*.pdf, 1.2 MB)
* Ch. 5 (*.pdf, 704 KB)
* Ch. 6 (*.pdf, 617 KB)
* Ch. 7 (*.pdf, 1.7 MB)
* Ch. 8 (*.pdf, 905 KB)
* Ch. 9 (*.pdf, 803 KB)
* Ch. 10 (*.pdf, 431 KB)
* Ch. 11 (*.pdf, 1.3 MB)
* Ch. 12 (*.pdf, 666 KB)

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May 1999, 68 pages

The Rehab Guides are a series of nine guidebooks to inform the design and construction industry about state-of-the-art materials and innovative practices in housing rehabilitation. The Rehab Guide series focuses on building technologies, materials, components, and techniques rather than projects such as adding a new room. Each volume covers a distinct element of housing rehabilitation and features breakthrough materials, labor-saving tools, and cost-cutting practices.

The fourth volume, entitled The Rehab Guide: Windows & Doors, covers repair and rehabilitation of existing windows and doors, as well as new technologies that increase energy savings and decrease maintenance costs. It uses drawings and photographs to supplement written descriptions of window and door rehabilitation, including glazing; window frames and replacement units; skylights; doors and frames; hardware; caulking, sealants, and weatherstripping; and shutters and awnings.

For information on the other Rehab Guides in the series, click here.

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