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Old 07-24-2015, 11:26 AM   #1
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foggy window repair in So Cal

We recently purchased an American Coach motorhome and all the window are showing signs of fogging. Can anyone recommend a place to have them repaired in Southern California?
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Old 07-24-2015, 12:59 PM   #2
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I would take a road trip and see Dave Root, great service. He drove from Bend, Or to Portland 500mi round trip to do all of my windows. During the winter he is in Quartzsite, Arizona repairing windows.
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Bend is not that far from here...how long did it take and does he have a per window charge? I probably have 2-3 windows to do.
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Wobster, I'm in Bend or and just have Dave do 3 windows for me. If you take photos of your windows then email them to him he will give you a quote. In my case I had two side windows and a 3 piece drivers side window repaired. $1100. My last coach also had foggy windows. I could not connect with Dave so I had the work done by RV Glass Solutions from Junction City Or. They were 300 to 400 a window depending on size and that was a few years ago.

OP/For Southern Calif. Contact Dave, you might be able to hook up when he heads South for the winter.
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He charges different prices on the size of the window and if there is more than one sealing per window. He has worked on my coach 3 times and all three times he drove from Bend. The last one was the large ticket window that RV Glass in Junction City did as part of the sale that lasted 2 years. He charged me $426.00 for that one, so now he have done all of them and I have around $3900 in the fix. What a difference.
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I also highly recommend Dave Root. I scheduled a stop at my home when he was on a road trip to the desert. He repaired the windows in about four hours and charged about $300 per window.
Very efficient and quality workmanship.
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I have used Reliable Auto Glass, in Redlands, CA 909-723-4125 and am very happy with their work. When I received estimates from Reliable and Dave Root they were in a few dollars of each other. Since I live in So Cal I used Reliable.
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I only have two windows to do...may need to schedule a stop in Bend (we used to have a residence there) to get this done!
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Thanks everyone appreciate your input on this.
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