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Old 12-11-2014, 02:05 PM   #1
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Foggy windows in AZ

We are in Glendale (Phoenix) AZ and have a left drivers side window that is foggy. Anyone know anyone that repairs in this area? Coach is a Winnebago, Vectura 2004. We don't want to replace it, we want to repair it.

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Sorry, I do not know of a shop in Phoenix area that does repairs, but I suggest you contact Dave Root in Bend Oregon to see if he is making his winter run to the southwest.
In past years he maked a trip from his home in Bend, down thru California and on to Arizona in January, February bringing his mobile repair shop (trailer), and makes stops along his route to repair customers windows at their homes, etc.
I do not have Dave's contact information, but you can get it on the web with no problem.
A few years ago he stopped by my home and repaired five of my windows in about six hours. They looked like new and still do. He charged about $300 per window. Very professional and compentent.
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Old 12-11-2014, 10:49 PM   #3
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I live in Glendale, AZ. I have no idea what's involved in repairing the foggy glass, but I have had a great overall experience with RV Master Tech on Glendale Ave.

You might check with them and see if they have a way of fixing it without replacing it. Their number is (623) 932-5444. Sorry I can't help with a technique for doing it on your own.
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I had one repaired @ RV Glass Solutions, Motorhome Side Window Repair

RV Glass Solutions 880 S. 67th Avenue PHOENIX, AZ
They did a great job for me last year!

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Old 12-11-2014, 11:25 PM   #5
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We are in Glendale (Phoenix) AZ and have a left drivers side window that is foggy. Anyone know anyone that repairs in this area? Coach is a Winnebago, Vectura 2004. We don't want to replace it, we want to repair it.

Thank you!!
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David,
Try RV Glass Solutions. They have their main office in Colburg, Or. but they have a shop located in Phx. Buckeye and 148st as close as I can remember w/o my notes which are at the office. I had all my windows
replaced in the 06 CC Intrigue. YES, that was very disappointing. They were able to fix 3 without replacing them. They said that the others were to sketched. I should have pushed back on some of the others, having them fixed instead of replacing them. But some of them probably did need replacing. A fix entails removing them, cutting them apart, cleaning and then resealing and reinstalling. Same amount of labor, just not the price of the glass. Probably a 45% savings. My best guess.

I was happy with their work, no complaints, no issues since I had it done, which was only 8 months ago. Call me if you need more info.
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Sorry, I do not know of a shop in Phoenix area that does repairs, but I suggest you contact Dave Root in Bend Oregon to see if he is making his winter run to the southwest.
In past years he maked a trip from his home in Bend, down thru California and on to Arizona in January, February bringing his mobile repair shop (trailer), and makes stops along his route to repair customers windows at their homes, etc.
I do not have Dave's contact information, but you can get it on the web with no problem.
A few years ago he stopped by my home and repaired five of my windows in about six hours. They looked like new and still do. He charged about $300 per window. Very professional and compentent.
I also recommend Dave - he just completed his California trip this week. My windows were his last stop and he was heading home on 12/10. He and his business partner showed up right on time and had 5 windows out, cleaned up, and back in in 6 hours. They did excellent work and I'm happy with the results. Cost for 5 windows (with a discount for cash) was around $1600 total. Did all the work right in the storage yard where we store the RV.
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I had one replaced recently and live in the Glendale area. They came to me and charged about $100 for a complete window replacement. Auto Glass Boss - Mesa - Apache Junction - Chandler - Gilbert Arizona
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Try Glass Commander in Arizona, the phone number on their business card is 602-266-6263, 602-Command. And they do great work.
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thank you for your recent suggeston for foggy windows. We did have the work done by Auto Glass Boss in Glendale/Phoenix area.
They did a good job and were pleasant to work with.
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