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Life Expectancy Study of Timber Windows

Life Expectancy Study of Timber Windows

Life Expectancy Study of Timber Windows

The Wood Window Alliance
The Wood Window Alliance
on behalf of The British Institute of Interior Design

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Normal Price: FREE FREE

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Launch date: 11 Oct 2016

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Last updated: 06 Nov 2017

Reference: 166459

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Latest User Comments

Miss Laurence Rouveure (24 Apr 2017)
Very short presentation.
Miss Lubna Sheikh (13 Mar 2017)
Very informative but my concern is more about Pakistan market,We don't have these technologies introduced hence we are stuck with wooden/Timer windows.

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Join Dr Gillian Menzies as she introduces the Heriot Watt University study into the service life of wood windows, demonstrating that all the timber window options considered had a longer service life than their PVC-U alternatives, You will also gain an insight into the progress of manufacturing techniques, key features of wooden windows that increase their lifespan and statistic reports that support all these statements.

Objectives

To identify developments in the manufacture of timber window frames and describe the implications of these changes on the service life of a timber window frame
At the end of this e-learning you will be able to demonstrate your understanding of the lifespan of a wooden timber frame in comparison to other materials.
The Wood Window Alliance

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The Wood Window Alliance
on behalf of The British Institute of Interior Design

Not all wood windows are made to the same standards. That’s why we formed the Wood Window Alliance. When you specify WWA timber, modified timber, or aluminium-clad windows and doors from one of our members, you’ll know they meet our strict performance, quality and sustainability standards. They are backed by Service Life, Whole Life Cost and LCA evidence, and unbeatable warranties.

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The Wood Window Alliance, the provider of this e-learning, is an organisation that specifies and promotes the products featured to interior designers

User Reviews (2)

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Miss Laurence Rouveure (24 Apr 2017)
Very short presentation.
Miss Lubna Sheikh (13 Mar 2017)
Very informative but my concern is more about Pakistan market,We don't have these technologies introduced hence we are stuck with wooden/Timer windows.

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