Maximum Daylight and Ventilation

Sponsored by Milgard® Windows & Doors

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the glass manufacturing process and how it can improve energy performance of a window
  2. Examine window performance ratings and understand how they can impact and improve the built environment and performance of a building.
  3. Learn about the outdoor living trend
  4. Explain how windows and doors promote healthy living conditions for the occupants by improving indoor air quality and increasing natural daylight in the living space.


1 GBCI CE Hour
This test is no longer available for credit

After completing this course you will be able understand how float glass is manufactured and how glass is used to improve the built environment and performance of a building. You will also be able to discuss high performance window technologies that increase energy efficiency and sustainability.

As we explore the outdoor living trend you will learn how this works to improve indoor air quality and healthy living conditions. Integration of indoor-outdoor living space increases daylight into the living space.


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Originally published in February 2015