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Protecting Buildings from the Elements: The Challenges of Stained Glass Windows

Preserving Stained Glass: Enhancing Thermal Performance and Eliminating Interior Condensation for Architectural Beauty and Function

Public Building Stained Glass
Protecting high value Historic Stained Glass Windows

Windows are integral to a building's functionality, shielding it from the elements. However, stained glass windows pose unique challenges, susceptible to damage from rain, wind, and temperature fluctuations. This vulnerability can result in corrosion, structural distortion, and condensation, especially in damp environments or poorly heated buildings. Resolving these issues without detracting from the stained glass's aesthetic allure is crucial.

While exterior storm panels offer protection, their visual impact often falls short of desired aesthetics.

Interior Condensation Control Stained Glass
Exterior Stained Glass Windows NYC

Discover how IQ Radiant Glass (IQRG) revolutionizes thermal performance and eliminates interior condensation in stained glass windows. Our meticulously crafted IQRG interior system customizes heating glass panels for each window, seamlessly integrating with your interior space.

By gently warming glass surfaces just above the dew point, IQRG ensures condensation remains at bay.

What makes this system exceptional is its operability and integration with building HVAC management systems, allowing precise control over each panel. This level of control makes IQRG an ideal solution for buildings with intermittent occupancy, such as schools, public institutions, and places of worship.

Each individual custom interior active energy panel can be monitored and controlled by the smart building machine learning HVAC system.

For more details on how IQRG unique system applications can protect your important building:

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