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Old 07-15-2013, 08:23 PM   #1
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Experience w/ foggy window repair-Phoenix area?

I found these two places in the Phoenix area that advertise repair of fogged double pane windows.
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Anyone have experience with either or recommendation?
I know there are repair places in Florida, Arkansas, North Carolina, Indiana, California, Oregon. I am not in those places. I will be around Phoenix. I need help and I ain't doin' it myself.
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Vendor 1 (RV Glass Solutions) is said to be the largest RV glass repairer/provider in the country. THEY say they provide glass to 90% of the smaller shops around the country. They also have shops all over (warranty).
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Vendor #2 has done work for me and other people that I know. Small company, will give discounts for multi windows.
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I used RV Glass Solutions in 2011, to repair 5 foggy windows in my Southwind. The tech was a former line supervisor for Country Coach. We were happy with the work done. They have a large secure back lot which allowed us to stay in our coach at night, during repairs. I think the cost averaged around $300 per window.
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I used a young guy (Joe Colvin - 602-505-3803) and was more than satisfied with his work. Joe will visit your site...remove, clean & reseal your windows...reinstall ....all for less than $100 p/window.
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Thanks for the feedback, folks. I'll check all these out when we get back to AZ this fall.
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Dont have experience with these guys but prefer an established company that uses a "Clean Room" concept to clean and reseal the windows. The condition of the air between the windows, the quality of the glass cleaning and the quality of the sealing materials will determine how good a job is --not in one year but in five years. Quality and carefulness of the techs who remove and reinstall the window frames in yr coach can also be an issue.
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Window repair

We had two windows repaired by Auto Glass Boss last January.
Nice guys, great work, very fair price. They discount multiple windows on the same visit. They came to us and when they were all finished you could not tell that they had been there! If necessary you can go the their shop, but they charge the same price no matter where you are in the local area.
In my case, I was more than happy to stay planted and get the repairs completed.
I would use them again in a heartbeat!!!
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We used Glass Commander in Arizona, great guys, great service, very detailed in their work. We highly recommend them. Their phone number is 602-266-6263.
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