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Old 01-23-2012, 05:30 PM   #1
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I noticed the other day that I have 2 windows that have lost their seal and starting to cloud up. I have read about the windows being repaired by qualified installer. However, must of those people I have read about are on the east coast. I know that someone out there have had their windows repaired on the west coast and I'm looking for some recommendations on getting my windows repaired. I do live in SoCal, so the closer the better
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I noticed the other day that I have 2 windows that have lost their seal and starting to cloud up. I have read about the windows being repaired by qualified installer. However, must of those people I have read about are on the east coast. I know that someone out there have had their windows repaired on the west coast and I'm looking for some recommendations on getting my windows repaired. I do live in SoCal, so the closer the better
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Here is a link for (2) places, one on Oregon and the other in Arizona.
Fogged window repair
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I noticed the other day that I have 2 windows that have lost their seal and starting to cloud up. I have read about the windows being repaired by qualified installer. However, must of those people I have read about are on the east coast. I know that someone out there have had their windows repaired on the west coast and I'm looking for some recommendations on getting my windows repaired. I do live in SoCal, so the closer the better
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We have had many windows repaired @ Coach Glass in Oregon. They were terrific people & did a great job. You can find them at www.coachglass.com.
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