Framing effects

Framing effects
  The effect of framing (wood or metal studs, joists, beams, etc.) on the overall U-value of a wall, roof, floor, window or other building surface. Framing generally increases the U-Value and decreases the R-Value of insulated surfaces.
  California Energy Comission. Dictionary of Energy Terms

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