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Outline of Topics & Standards

Posted: January 24th, 2012, 5:50 pm
by johnleeke
See how the whole standards document is shaping up by reviewing the following list, which is an outline of the document. Click on the blue link after an item to go to the draft of that item where you can comment on it.

** Any item in the following list with a double-asterisk still needs to be written up. Learn how you can write a topic or standard by clicking on this link:
viewtopic.php?p=336#p336

Book Cover
Image
National Window Preservation Standards (final: viewtopic.php?p=890) (still need a back cover photo)

Introduction
Mission, Goals, Objectives and Principles (final: viewtopic.php?p=138)
Purpose and Acceptance (final: viewtopic.php?p=354)
Safety Statement: shop & worksite safety, lead-safe work (final: viewtopic.php?p=575)
Definitions (final: viewtopic.php?p=79)
Class & Types of Treatments (final: viewtopic.php?p=357)
Window Project Organization (final: viewtopic.php?p=358)
Using the Standards (final: viewtopic.php?p=355)
Survey & Document Windows (final: viewtopic.php?p=875#p875)
Assess & Document Conditions (final: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=226)
**History of the Standards


Materials & Products
**Intro: materials vs. products, products & parts…

Wood Basics (rough draft: viewtopic.php?p=362#p362)

**Glass Basics glass as a material for window work

**Paint Basics, paint as a material for window work

Putty & Glazing Compound Types (final: viewtopic.php?f=18&t=168)


Site Work

**Storm Removal

Double-hung Sash Removal (final: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=193)

Sash Removal (final: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=194)

Temporary Boardup (final: viewtopic.php?p=627#p627)

Sill Extension (final: viewtopic.php?p=855#p855)

Renew Sill, contemporary, (final: viewtopic.php?p=533#p533)

**Renew Sill, traditional, remove old, install new

**Sash Re-installation

Hang Sash with Chain (final: viewtopic.php?p=743#p743)


Woodwork

**Sash Dis-assembly (working on it: Bob Yapp)

**Repair a broken muntin

Muntin Rib Repair (final: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=169)

**Renew a missing muntin, make and install a new one

**Renew a bowed meeting rail, take out old, make & install new

Renew Sash Stile (final: viewtopic.php?p=581#p581)

**Rebuild a decayed sash joint with wood-epoxy repairs

Rebuild Sash Joint by Splicing (final: viewtopic.php?p=582#p582)

**Rebuild Decayed Sash Joint by replacing old stile and rail with new ones

Mill Stock for Muntins, Rails and Stiles (final: viewtopic.php?p=675#p675)

Repair Bowed Meeting Rail (final: viewtopic.php?p=580#p580)

**Wood Dutchman along worn margin of sash stile

Re-pin and Tighten Loose Sash Joints, contemporary (final: viewtopic.php?p=576#p576)

**Re-peg and Tighten Loose Sash Joints, traditional (working on it: John)

**Repair Broken or Rotten Tenon

Fill Minor Voids in Wood Surfaces, traditional (final: viewtopic.php?p=610#p610)

Wood-Epoxy Repairs

**Re-Assemble Sash

Sash Balancing: Cords, Pulleys & Weights
    **Coil Spring
    **Stops & Catches


Painting & Glazing

Deglazing Sash

Cutting Glass (final: viewtopic.php?f=18&t=261)

Cleaning Old Glass (final: viewtopic.php?p=798#p798)

Painting Exterior Woodwork (final: viewtopic.php?p=800#p800)

Painting & Glazing Sash

**Glaze and Paint Sash, traditional (Leeke working on it)

**Pre-Treatments, before priming and painting

**Suggested Paint & Glazing Schedule for Sashes

**Suggested Paint Schedule for Exterior Casings, sills


Weatherization & Energy

**Summit Window Testing

Whole-Building Energy Conservation and Windows (final: viewtopic.php?p=607#p607)

Review of Past Energy Studies (draft: viewtopic.php?p=447#p447)

Weatherstripping of Sashes

Storm Windows


Weatherization of the Window Surround

    Seal Interior and Exterior Casings, to walls (final: viewtopic.php?p=505#p505)

    **Seal Casings or Brick Molding to Masonry

Awnings
    Installation
    **Repairs
    **Maintenance

**Shutters

Hardware
    **Sash Locks
    **Sash Spring Pins, Pull Pins, Spring Bolts
    **Lifts

Window Maintenance & Operation

Appendix

**How to Submit to these Standards (Leeke is working on it)
**Weatherization Testing Data (Excerpts from Walter's report)

Re: Outline of Topics & Standards

Posted: January 29th, 2012, 6:49 pm
by johnleeke
If there is a topic or standard that is missing, please tell us about it--just click on the "post reply" button below or above.

Re: Outline of Topics & Standards

Posted: February 7th, 2012, 2:35 pm
by Bob Yapp
I'll take a stab at the following:

1) Safety Statement: shop & worksite safety, lead-safe work

2) Fill a minor void in a sill, stile or rail

3) Sash Dis-assembly

4) Tighten Loose Sash Joints that are still sound

5) Re-pin mortise & tenon joint-metal

6) How window treatment relates to whole-building energy conservation

Re: Outline of Topics & Standards

Posted: May 14th, 2012, 12:33 pm
by JenSpanglerWilliamson
Hello John and sorry for the late input, but the Standard needs to include a statement addressing the Emergency Escape and Rescue requirements of Chapter 10 of International Building Code. Make note language in 1026.4 requires operation from the inside of the room 'without the use of keys or tools.'

Building officials may hold some historic rehabilitation to this requirement. This would be required in sleeping rooms, particularly for one/two and up to dwelling structures. Some developments with fire sprinkler and/or corridor systems would be exempt.

It would not be a requirement for each window, as only one egress window would be required per room. Also, the window would not qualify as emergency egress if opening area is less than 5.7 sqft.

I'm thinking that at this time it could simply be a general note in the operability section, but I would rather not have the Standard not speak to the issue.

Re: Outline of Topics & Standards

Posted: May 14th, 2012, 2:27 pm
by johnleeke
Jill,

Thanks for bringing up the Emergency Escape and Rescue requirements issue. I'll find a place to at least mention it in the Standards.

Re: Outline of Topics & Standards

Posted: August 27th, 2012, 1:16 pm
by Bob Yapp
Ok John,

I've been through about everything that's been written. Is the outline pretty well updated so that if I start writing missing items I won't be repeating myself?

Bob