WINDOW L2

A tall 564mmx1932mm window opening, for a 2.7m high wall

version
0.1.2

Parts

2 x WINDOW-L2/A

2 x WINDOW-L2/B

2 x WINDOW-L2/C

2 x WINDOW-L2/D

1 x WINDOW-L2/E

1 x WINDOW-L2/F

Materials

 Item  Description  Example specification  Quantity
 Structural timber panel  18mm spruce plywood  Metsa Weatherguard  1.2
 Brad nails  No 18 gauge  l 35mm, d 1.25mm  50
 Insulation 250mm depth soft-fill rolled  Supasoft recycled polyester  0.412m2

Release notes

This is the first release of this block. There are no known issues, but if you find any, please let us know.

Assembly tested
Structural test data from similar variants available

Details

System            
Skylark 200
Dimensions     
w
268
x
l
600
x
h
2700
mm
Typical cost     
£
118
Typical weight
25
kg
Typical carbon
-44.1
 kgCO₂

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