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Old 06-02-2014, 06:36 PM   #1
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Dave Root's RV Glass - R U Kidding?

Now that I have your attention.......

Last fall I discovered that I had some fogged windows that needed attention so I took to the forums and that led me to recommendations for Dave Root's RV Glass (pretty much for western North America owners).

I made contact with Dave shortly after that and made loose arrangements for this season. Early this year I firmed up a date for June 2nd.

At 0845 Nathaniel and Daniel (aka Nate and Dan) showed up at the Bend RV park and from the time of their initial introduction to their departure at the end of the day they were nothing short of professional, courteous and the quality of work was outstanding.

In this day and age where the biggest ad usually is a red flag for bad service and generally the work quality is mediocre at best along with the attitude of the employees my experience today has left me totally satisfied.

If I had a complaint it would be that Dave Root doesn't offer services in addition to windows so that I could be assured of other positive experiences with my RV repairs.

Thanks Dave, Nate & Daniel..........

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A friend of mine used Dave a few years ago for several fogged windows. He did the work and my friend was happy. After a year a couple of them refogged. He called Dave and on a trip back through Oregon and Dave redid them at no charge and no questions asked. Very professional.
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Several years ago Dave Root repaired the fogged windows on an older Safari I had. I thought he did an excellent job and have highly recommended him when the opportunity arose.
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I have a 40 ft dp. What do you have and how much was it?
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Old 06-03-2014, 08:40 AM   #5
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I think it depends on the size of your windows too but if you give Dave an email he will ask you for your coach info and some pics and give you a detailed quote.

He does sell the DIY kits on his site however for me....having seen the fellas do the job and their equipment frankly I'd rather pay the money and watch..lol.
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We used them as well. Had 6 windows done, everything said above is true and we would use them again. It's not cheap, but worth every penny. We think it was about $1,100 for all the windows including one that had to be replaced.
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Old 06-03-2014, 05:29 PM   #7
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Thank you. I replaced a window already. It was 300 just for the window.
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