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Old 01-02-2019, 02:34 PM   #1
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Fogged dual panes in So California

can anyone recommend someone in the socal area that fixes fogged dual pane windows?

I'm being quoted 200-225 a pane. Best deal was around 170 a pane if I did 11... that was $1850... and doesn't even cover the whole rig
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Having been in your shoes that price is lower than some I've seen. And about what I paid per window several years ago in Phoenix.
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How far are you willing to travel?

There will most likely be a company called "Auto Glass Boss" at the FMCA rally in Indio. Rally start date is 9 Jan, 2019.


I have had windows repaired by them and they did good, fast work. I'd use them again
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I had one windows fixed by Auto Glass Boss in Yuma Mar 2018 for $91.00. Highly recommend.
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How far are you willing to travel?

There will most likely be a company called "Auto Glass Boss" at the FMCA rally in Indio. Rally start date is 9 Jan, 2019.


I have had windows repaired by them and they did good, fast work. I'd use them again
Indio is not too far at all... about 1.5hrs
Are their prices much better? I'm assuming they do all the work on site?
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I had them do a window at an FMCA rally. Didn't see them put a sealant on the window frame when the reset it. Later I found screws on the floor that they didn't put back.
Probably won't use them again although workmanship will vary with the workers who do the job.
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I had them do a window at an FMCA rally. Didn't see them put a sealant on the window frame when the reset it. Later I found screws on the floor that they didn't put back.
Probably won't use them again although workmanship will vary with the workers who do the job.
thank you for the feedback
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I just had them replace 16 windows I'm my coach last week. I live in San Diego and they drove over from the Phoenix area. Cost was $100 per window. Overall I am happy with their work. There was a piece of masking tape they left between the 2 windows that I was able to remove myself and a buggered up screw head that I fixed.

Windows are lifetime guaranteed to not leak with 3 year warrantee not to fog. If your able to keep an eye on them while work is in progress and inspect the finished product closely I think you will be happy. I would use them again.
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If you can’t make the FMCA rally, they will also be in Quartzsite. They quoted me $99 per pane, their rally price. They come to your campsite.
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I just spoke with auto glass boss. They said they will service the socal area... $120 a pane. If I do 14 or more $110 a pane.

They said the price is pretty much the same as the rally?


That would save me some money... as long as it is quality work.
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