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Old 12-05-2021, 07:33 AM   #1
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Defogging Double Pane Windows

Does anyone know a place that will defog RV windows? I'm in Jupiter, FL and have called and emailed Suncoast Design on the west coast of Florida who I've heard a ton of great things about but I never hear back from them. Are there any other options in Florida for this? Thank you!
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Old 12-05-2021, 07:58 AM   #2
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Dump Florida and come on over to southern Arizona. Odds are they will de-fog themselves. We have dry heat.
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We have used Sun Coast and had no issues with communicating with them. Have you called them during business hours?

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Dump Florida and come on over to southern Arizona. Odds are they will de-fog themselves. We have dry heat.

Nope, that will not removing the fogging in double pane (or is that pain) windows.


As suggested, call Sun Coast during business hours.
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We used Suncoast for double pane window repair on a previous motorhome, and now have an appointment to do a window on the latest. I used the old style phone technique, and had good communication.

The only negative I have heard is that it is difficult to get an appointment during the fall & spring snowbird migration.

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Does anyone know a place that will defog RV windows? I'm in Jupiter, FL and have called and emailed Suncoast Design on the west coast of Florida who I've heard a ton of great things about but I never hear back from them. Are there any other options in Florida for this? Thank you!
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Old 12-05-2021, 11:23 AM   #6
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I used "RV Fog Doctor" in Searcy, Ark.
I think they have other locations, but you will have to do a search.
Had 4 large windows done @ $200.00 each.
Very pleased with the speed (5 hrs) and results (very clear).
Even camped in their lot with full hook up's the night before.
Great folks............

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Old 12-05-2021, 11:28 AM   #7
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A few years ago I was looking at Lazyday RV around Tampa to clean my windows. I don't know if they still do it. I ended up doing it at a shop up in Greenboro, NC.
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dirtdigger i have 1999 discovery and driver sider foggy window i an in north carolina u posted there was a place in greenboro n.c. what was company name thanks
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dirtdigger i have 1999 discovery and driver sider foggy window i an in north carolina u posted there was a place in greenboro n.c. what was company name thanks
Yep its RVG (RV Glass Repair)
501 North Spring Street, Greensboro, NC. 336 273-7661

When I was searching there were 3 ways that people were fixing them. They all costing about same ~15% of each others. I have since heard of people getting them cleaned in NM a very good rates.

3 methods I found
1) make new insulated tinted tempered glass panels and replace panels.
2) take the insulated panels apart polish the inside of the glass and reassemble using original glass.
3) replace insulated panels with non-insulated tinted panels made with laminated glass the same thickness as original insulated panels. +they never fog again, -non-insulated glass will sweat.

RVG makes new new insulated panels and swaps them out. I stopped by them going to my DD house and had them check my fit. They had my glass temples on there shelfs. Next trip I schedule service. We stopped there the night before (they had water and electric). They serviced 2 windows at 8am and we were on the road by 10:30 am. Only thing we were not to open the window for like 24 hours.
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We have been to Suncoast two times and have had almost all of our windows cleaned and resealed. We experienced nothing but good service from them. We emailed them both times to set an appointment and got a response within one or two days. Always pleased with the work they did for us.
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Old 12-05-2021, 09:37 PM   #11
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i just went to my local glass shop.he took measurements and sent them to his supplier and a week later they came in i took em out and he swapped them in the frames and i put em back in.they were about 225 each with tax.
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We got 4 widows done at Suncoast several weeks ago. I set the appointment, for mid November, up via E-mail in August. We arrived on Sunday afternoon and they finished us by 1pm on Tuesday. We stayed in the coach while there and they were very professional and did a great job. There were about 20 coaches in the yard getting worked on.

Several years ago, we let a local glass shop talk us into replacing our two front windows with laminated glass. That turned out to be a big mistake as they transfer heat and cold much more redily and also sweat like crazy. I had Suncoast pull them and put dual pane back in. Suncoast provides a lifetime warranty against fogging again.
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We got 4 widows done at Suncoast several weeks ago. I set the appointment, for mid November, up via E-mail in August. We arrived on Sunday afternoon and they finished us by 1pm on Tuesday. We stayed in the coach while there and they were very professional and did a great job. There were about 20 coaches in the yard getting worked on.

Several years ago, we let a local glass shop talk us into replacing our two front windows with laminated glass. That turned out to be a big mistake as they transfer heat and cold much more redily and also sweat like crazy. I had Suncoast pull them and put dual pane back in. Suncoast provides a lifetime warranty against fogging again.
What is their current pricing?
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Suncoast quote for a 2005 Safari Trek passenger side. 3-section dual pane window with sliding lower section: $350.

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What is their current pricing?
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