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Old 04-03-2020, 06:30 AM   #1
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I want to give a big shout out to RV Fog Doctors for doing a great job on my window defogging. They were very friendly and the service was perfect. I had them give me an estimate on some body work and they not only had a reasonable price but took care of a leak and straightened a door to hold me over till I can get it done. I wish all service facilities were this skilled and pleasant to deal with.
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I need to get the front side windows "defogged" on my 2002 Diplomat. Can you explain what they did and the cost please?

Also, where are they located?
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I had all of the windows defogged at the RV Fog Doctor two years ago. We pulled into their facility one evening, hooked up to their electric/water/sewer and the next morning they removed the window units from the coach. Then they took the units apart down to separating the glass panes, cleaned the glass panes and reassembled the window units then put them back inplace. It took all day to do our motorhome. The next day we left to tour Arkansas for a few weeks.

Several years ago the prices were $200 for the large 3 section window at the drivers position, then $100 for each for the remaining windows. As the title of this thread indicates, they are in Searcy, Arkansas
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Prices today are $200.00 per window unit and $300.00 for the drivers side front window. If they have to replace a pane due to etching it is an extra $100.00 per pane. The procedure is as described above and they are located in Searcy, Arkansas about 45 miles north of Little Rock just off of US 67/167. They also do windshields and have a body shop across the street.
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2 years ago, we had 11 windows defogged at RV Fog Dr. They did good work and all was done in 1 day. Recommend their work.
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We also had them to repair 2widows with sealer creep on our 2000 motor home they did a great job. Fair price and quick. They did a good job. Would give them an a+.
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x2 on the Fog Doctor

Had the front windows on our coach done a few years ago. As it was said abovevwe got there the evening before our appointment, parked, plugged in, and hooked up the water. Didn't know what to expect so we budgeted 2 days for the repairs.

The next morning we were having coffee at about 7:00 to 7:30 when there was a knock on the door. Very nice young man introduced himself and said he was ready to start. And start he did. They removed the windows and covered the holes with plastic. They did have to replace one window as it was badly etched. They were done by approx. 11:30am.

I would recommend them without any reservations.
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I had them fix 4 of my largest windows 2 years ago the day after Christmas. Arrived late, connected to their power and spent the night. The next morning they pulled us inside and took out the driver's and passenger windows and two windows in the back. They had them back just after lunch and finished up about 2pm. We stayed another night at their expense and left the next morning. The cost was $300 for the first window and $200 for each one after that. Cash or check - no plastic. I'm very satisfied and recommend their work.
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I had them fix 4 of my largest windows 2 years ago the day after Christmas. Arrived late, connected to their power and spent the night. The next morning they pulled us inside and took out the driver's and passenger windows and two windows in the back. They had them back just after lunch and finished up about 2pm. We stayed another night at their expense and left the next morning. The cost was $300 for the first window and $200 for each one after that. Cash or check - no plastic. I'm very satisfied and recommend their work.
I paid with a credit card so they have eased up on that policy
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Great bunch! We had 8 windows defogged several months ago. As others stated we arrived and hooked up to there full hookups and 8:00 am sharp they knocked on the door. All work was completed before 5 pm that day. $200 each window, $300 for the driver 3 piece one. Great team work going on at that shop. Very happy to see the things we traveled to now.
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