It is generally accepted that most homes are inefficient because they are not designed or built to maximize energy efficiency. The government realizes that we need to become an energy-conscious society. To this end, legislation is planned to encourage architects and builders to consider energy efficiency in their future projects.
You can look for “extension and facade change detached house in Bærum for wood architecture and design” (which is also known as “Pbygg og fasadeendring enebolig i Brum for wood arkitektur+design“ in Norwegian language) construct by the architecture.
Energy-saving windows are specifically focused so that contractors and homeowners have a guide to planning and designing their development. The Building Code is used as an example because the standards are related to climatic conditions.
Window energy efficiency classifications have been established for climatic conditions in many countries. Products are marked to indicate the energy efficiency class.
The windows insulate the building and limit heat transfer. The higher the value, the more effective the insulation in terms of resistance to heat flow inside the building in summer and outside in winter.
Visible transmission refers to visible light that is transmitted. Heat loss and gain are achieved by entering air through the gaps in the window arrangement.
Resistance to condensation. It measures the product's ability to resist condensation formation on the interior surface of the product.