Window/Door

Labels: windows doors add window/doors delete window/door

INTRODUCTION

The Window/Door screen is used identify window and door types in the unit and to enter new measures to be installed for those windows and doors.  Each window/door type can be given a unique label (name).  Windows and doors can also be entered on the Wall screen, and all windows and doors must be associated with the appropriate wall(s) on the Wall screen before measures can be added here.

 

The Window/Door screen is accessed by opening the client’s record from the Job List screen, then selecting Window/Door from the WEATHERIZATION menu.

  1. To create a new record, click Add.
  2. To view (read-only) an existing record, click View at the beginning of the row.
  3. To edit an existing record, click Edit at the beginning of the row. 
  4. To delete a record, click Delete at the beginning of the row.

 

See the tasks below for directions on entering Window/Door information.

 

FEATURES AND TASKS

Add a New Window or Door, Add a Window or Door Measure, Enter a Window or Door Comment, Delete a Window or Door, Upload and View Photos, Print Window and Door Information, Related Tasks and Information.

ADD A NEW WINDOW OR DOOR

From the WEATHERIZATION menu:

  1. Select Windor/Door and click Add.
  2. The Type Name will default to Window Type 1, Window Type 2, etc. based on the number of windows that have been entered, but you can enter any name to help identify the window or door.
  3. Select the type of window or door from the Section drop-down list.
  4. The U Value will be automatically populated based on the Section you choose, but can be edited.
  5. Enter the Width of the window or door in inches.
  6. Enter the Height of the window or door in inches.
  7. Enter the Total Quantity of this window or door type for the entire unit. When you associate the window or door with walls on the Wall screen you will specify how many are on each wall.
  8. The SHGC (Solar Heat Gain Coefficient) will default to 1, but can be edited.
  9. Enter the Percent Glass of the window or door.  For example, if the bottom half of a door is solid and the top half is glass, enter 50%. Most windows are 95 to 100% glass.
  10. Enter any comments in the Window/Door Comment box.
  11. Click Save.

 

ADD A WINDOW OR DOOR MEASURE

  1. In the Window/Door Measures section click Add.
  • If Add does not appear, this window or door type has not been associated with a wall.  You must go to the Wall screen and associate it with a wall before you can add a new measure.
  1. Select the Measure from the drop-down list.
  2. Enter the Unit Cost of the measure.
  3. In the Quantity section of the screen, all wall sections that have been associated with this window type will display. Enter the quantity for this measure into the field(s) for the appropriate wall(s).
  4. Click Save.

 

  • Health and Safety measures are not included in the overall SIR calculation for a job, but the cost of other non energy savings measures will contribute to the SIR.

 

ENTER A WINDOW OR DOOR COMMENT

  1. Click in the Window/Door Comment box and enter comments.
  2. Click Save.

 

DELETE A WINDOW OR DOOR

From the WEATHERIZATION menu select Window/Door and click Delete  at the beginning of the row for that window or door section. 

 

UPLOAD AND VIEW PHOTOS

From the WEATHERIZATION menu select Window/Door.

To upload a photo:

  1. Click the Upload Photo button at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Enter any Notes relating to the photo.
  3. Under Upload File, click Select File.
  4. Locate the file to upload and click Open.
  5. Click Save.

To View a photo:

  1. Click the View Photo button at the bottom of the screen.

 

PRINT WINDOW AND DOOR INFORMATION

From the WEATHERIZATION menu select Window/Door and click the Print button at the bottom of the screen.

RELATED TASKS AND INFORMATION

Wall

Windows and doors can also be added on the Wall screen and need to be associated with the appropriate wall on that screen before measures can be added. 

 

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