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Old 09-16-2019, 12:59 PM   #1
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Window Repair in so-Cal

Anyone in so-cal that does rv window rebuilding and cleaning of dual Payne window.
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Old 09-16-2019, 10:11 PM   #2
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Check out — Auto Glass Boss in Mesa, Arizona. They service Southern California as well as most of the Southwest. They came to our house in south Orange County about a year ago and repaired several windows for about $100 each. Nice guys, professional, punctual and we liked their workmanship. Good Luck...!
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Auto Glass Boss - Mesa, AZ (480) 962-3886
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I used Master Glass to defog my 10 long window on my 05 Alpine fdds. I store mine in Corona at my shop and Mike came out removed it and re installed it, if I remember right it was 5 days to a week from start to finish. Mike will come out to your location. His phone # is (909) 821-8085 , good luck.
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They did a fantastic job on my windows
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Reliable RV & Auto Glass of Redlands CA, 909 723 4125 I have used them and would recommend them.
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