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howdy35

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Had my two front side windows repaired by RV Fog Doc in Searcy Arkansas. Pulled up the night before and they took the coach in at 8 and had it out by 3. Price was $529.00. I am happy with results. Someday I may get others done but front side windows were making it difficult to see out of side mirrors so I chose to have them worked on first.

Call them, tell them what you are driving and they will give you a pretty close ball park estimate.

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FloridaRosebud wrote:

Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL repaired ours. WAY less money than new windows.

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In addition to great service, they have hook-ups for you to stay overnight if you have a lot of windows to repair. They do start work at 7AM, or maybe a little before. [emoticon]

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rgatijnet1 wrote:

FloridaRosebud wrote:

Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL repaired ours. WAY less money than new windows.

Al


In addition to great service, they have hook-ups for you to stay overnight if you have a lot of windows to repair. They do start work at 7AM, or maybe a little before. [emoticon]


Yes, good point. I remember still being on my first cup of coffee when two of the staff showed up to start removing the 4 windows.

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Posted: 02/07/21 07:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Auto Glass Boss in Lakeland Fla comes to your rig. Just had them there last week while at Lazy Days. Great job at great price.


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FloridaRosebud wrote:

Suncoast Designers in Hudson, FL repaired ours. WAY less money than new windows.

Al


Yes- they did one of ours last year and I'm stopping by there in a month to have them do 2 more. life time warranty too.


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Had 4 windows repaired in April in LaPine Oregon by Dave Root RV Glass. 5 hrs from when we showed up till we were going down the road. Very clean and professional job. Do full window not just the panel that is fogged. Would definitely go there again if more arise. Also good excuse to visit the Bend area 20 miles north. Lots of microbrews. Happy camper.

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If you plan on keeping the coach do it right the easy way the first time get solid paint replacement glass I did in Glendale best thing I ever did after trying to fix it myself $1200 but I don’t have to ever worry about it again


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Good info posted here! Fortunately, I haven't had any dual pane window problems since purchasing our rig in 2018. But, if I were to have a problem, I would not want to replace one with a single pane window. Dual pane windows are so much better in terms of not having condensation problems, and they definitely reduce noise. Our Bay Star is our first rig with dual pane windows, and combined with the wall construction used by Newmar, we were really surprised at how well noise is blocked.


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Dual pane windows in RV's is a terrible idea. First off you have a giant windshield up front that isn't dual pane. Unlike a house, your motorhome is being shaken, rattled, and rolled while going down the road, hence the seals will leak. Don't fixed the dual pane windows by resealing, because in a few years, they'll just leak again. There are companies that will replace the dual panes with a thicker single pane window and you end up with about the same insulation factor and guess what............you'll never have a window leak again. The cost is about the same as resealing.............so it's a Win Win situation.

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Had my two front windows repaired at RV Fog Doc in Searcy, Arkansas. Parked at their shop the night before. They took it in first thing the next morning and we were on the road by three that afternoon. They have several electric hookups at their shop which you can use. I was very happy with the job. May have others worked on at a later date.

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