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Old 11-28-2012, 09:44 AM   #1
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Bedroom Windows?

In coming up with our "must have" list of features for future MH purchases one of the issues I have is the lack of fresh air ventilation in the bedroom of some units.
Our current MH has no slide in the bedroom hence has the typical design of a window that opens on both the driver and passenger side of the coach. Perfect for a nice cross breeze.
Many of the units I've looked at have one window and others have the two small windows in the slide at the head of the bed. Believe it or not there are some motorhomes out there that do not have a window that opens in the bedroom! (Other than the window intended for emergency exit, not ventilation). My perfect scenario is at least two windows and on opposing walls.
I know many people will say "turn on the a/c" but in my opinion that is not the same. And who wants to do that when there is a nice cool breeze instead?

This is just one more thing that can foul up an otherwise perfect layout. Anyone else out there that believes this is an important feature?

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Old 11-28-2012, 10:24 AM   #2
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Definitely agree with your position on this, Maritimer. I like being able to open two windows and have a nice cross breeze, too. Don't care to run the A/C in there either. Can't sleep with it running.

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Old 11-28-2012, 06:41 PM   #3
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I go one step further ~ two windows and a ceiling fan! We're here to smell the pine trees, not be trapped in a fiberglass tube! LOL
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