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*** Please note: If the existing window glazing was not originally safety glazing and the existing window is located in a “hazardous location”, the new replacement window (glazing) must comply.
o Ensure that the replacement windows in the bedrooms are of the operable type, with clear openings to meet or exceed the minimum required “emergency escape and rescue opening” size, reference section R310, I.R.C. o To meet the minimum natural ventilation requirements of section R303, I.R.C., ensure that the replaced operable windows remain operable.o The replacement windows must have a “U-factor” of 0.75 or better, and a maximum “SHGC” of 0.40, reference Table N1102.1, I.R.C.