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Old 10-22-2010, 06:05 PM   #15
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Dave Root RV Glass Repair of Bend, Oregon specializes in the Foggy Window problem. Had him R & R two of mine last month, excellent job, reasonable price. While he was working & I was "Chatting/Supervising", he did mention that he and his crew (he is highly moble) travel down "Snow Bird South" territory during the winter, so that maybe an option. You can find his website and contact info by Googling "Dave Root RV Glass"
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Old 12-22-2010, 07:08 AM   #16
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Duncan Systems in Elkhart has installed over $150,000 in equipment for fixing fogged windows. If you would like more info on fixing your fogged windows you might give them a call. It takes about 1 1/2 hour to take the window apart, clean the glass, put in new seals and replace the glass. They will have mobile units in Florida and Arizona soon. Duncan, also stocks 20,000 windshields for Motor Homes. Its impossible for anyone to stock side windows for all brands due to the volume of different sizes. I believe the number of different sizes are around 300,000 by 4 or 5 manufactureres. The radius corners are different from each of the manufactureres so you want to be sure of putting windows in with the correct radius. If you would like to talk further about fogged windows or windshields give me an e-mail rond@rvglass.com
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Old 12-31-2010, 11:52 AM   #17
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Smile Fogged RV dual pane windows

In answer to the question regarding RVFogDr- They are in Searcy, AR - which is near Little Rock. We were heading back from Utah on I40- found out where their shop is, called ahead for an appointment- and were truly pleasantly surprised at how quickly they were able to fix our issues. We had spent 6 months in the Utah desert- resulting in a lot of discoloration and fogging. They were ready for us when we arrived- helped us back in and hook up- and after an inventory, they removed, repaired and replaced several problem windows that afternoon. We spent one overnight there, and were greeted by the team early the next morning. They did the same to the remaining windows, and we were on our way in about a day and a half. I can't say enough positive about their expert and friendly staff. They did a wonderful job, and now we have an RV we can be proud of again. My hats off to them- would recommend them to anyone with these issues.
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Old 12-31-2010, 03:28 PM   #18
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just had my windows defogged at suncoast designers in hudson fl. Very happy with their work. They have hook ups there (water and 50 amp with dump station) you can stay right there on site.
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In answer to the question regarding RVFogDr- They are in Searcy, AR - which is near Little Rock. We were heading back from Utah on I40- found out where their shop is, called ahead for an appointment- and were truly pleasantly surprised at how quickly they were able to fix our issues. We had spent 6 months in the Utah desert- resulting in a lot of discoloration and fogging. They were ready for us when we arrived- helped us back in and hook up- and after an inventory, they removed, repaired and replaced several problem windows that afternoon. We spent one overnight there, and were greeted by the team early the next morning. They did the same to the remaining windows, and we were on our way in about a day and a half. I can't say enough positive about their expert and friendly staff. They did a wonderful job, and now we have an RV we can be proud of again. My hats off to them- would recommend them to anyone with these issues.

my parents just had 6 windows in their 04 bounder fixed at rvfogdr. this past week (monday and tuesday)
my mother was tickled pink about how CLEAN, polite and professional they were.

she couldn't stop saying good things about the experience for now two days
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just had my windows defogged at suncoast designers in hudson fl. Very happy with their work. They have hook ups there (water and 50 amp with dump station) you can stay right there on site.
We were there in November 2010 to have our nig's driver window repaired. Very happy with their work and a pro rated 5 year warranty on the repair!
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Old 01-02-2011, 01:45 PM   #21
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Hi Rusty-
I can vouch for the RVFogDr window repair shop- we couldn't be happier. We stopped by on our way back from Utah - they repaired our 10 foggy windows in about a day and a half- they are so clean now, that they look as if they aren't there at all.

They were knowledgable, friendly, and most helpful. Great service- totally professional. Would recommend them to anyone.

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Old 01-17-2011, 01:30 PM   #22
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foggy windows

try the guy's from reliable glass in california 909-557 -4898 they will also be in quartzite,az during the rv show they are at rice ranch across the street from the show.
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We just had a foggy dual pane window repaired while at Quartzsite by Reliable Glass. Very good people to do business with.. Quality was good and pricing was under other vendors I check with. They came to where we were parked, removed the window, repaired it and then reinstalled it.

Window is really clear now, what a difference.

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I had 6 repaired at suncoast designers in florida. Cost 1200, cheaper than one OEM replacement window, OOOO and a 5 year warranty
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Hi Rusty-

I have been to the Fog Dr's repair shop- and had a number of windows de-fogged and resealed. It was a great experience- and I would highly recommend them to anyone. They are very professional and helpful. My windows look great- their staff is both friendly and courteous as well. Hope this helps.
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