Heating and Cooling of Glass Buildings Subject of Jaga White Paper

Heating and Cooling of Glass Buildings Subject of Jaga White Paper

Glass windows can result in condensation, poor insulation, and significant temperature fluctuations.

The Time Warner Center in New York City as photographed on Aug. 6, 2008. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

With the use of flat glass for construction on the rise, as more architects and developers opt to design buildings with glass exteriors, Jaga Climate Systems, manufacturer of energy-efficient heating and cooling solutions, recently released the free white paper “Indoor Climate Control in Glass Buildings” to highlight building-temperature challenges and ways to alleviate them.

Glass windows can result in condensation, poor insulation, and significant temperature fluctuations, depending on the time of day and the weather. This can negatively impact occupant comfort, productivity, and satisfaction.

To download the white paper, go to www.jaga-canada.com/indoor-climate-control-glass-buildings.

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