Originally Posted by TexasRT
Just curious, what is the process for repairing the dual pane windows? When you say repaired do you mean replacing the moveable panels?
I have them and they are new, but I was just wondering for future reference.
I think they're great. They are way more insulating than the old sliders in our other unit.
The company I used removed the windows from my 5'er on a Monday morning. At the time they removed the windows they covered each opening with cardboard and taped it up so it would not leak. I lived in it at their facility while the work was being done. They have hookups with power and water and a dump on site and no extra charge for this. On the next day, Tuesday, they replaced 5-6 of the smaller windows, Wednesday saw several more of the larger ones, and Friday was the last two big ones. They would have done these last two on Thursday, but they knew I wasn't leaving until Saturday and they wanted the last two to sit an extra night after their rework.
They actually take the frames apart, separate the two pieces of glass, clean the glass, and reseal and reassemble the glass in the frame.
One thing that was very interesting was being in my 5'er with no window to look out of. You talk about feeling like you are in a cave!