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Old 01-23-2018, 11:50 AM   #1
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Frameless dual pane windows

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We live full time in the Florida Heat at least 350 days year. Anyone have the dual pane window option and if so do you like them and are they worth the cost, Also do they make them frameless?
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Old 01-24-2018, 06:58 AM   #2
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Dual pane windows are worth every dime to me, but all dual pane windows will develop leaks between the panes eventually. While they can be repaired by several companies, the charge to repair frameless windows is a lot most costly per window that non-frameless.

I had all of my windows removed/resealed in Hudson, FL a few years back after several had fog between the panes. I was sure glad I didn't have dual pane frameless windows.
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I'll never get another RV without the Dual Pane! They are warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer and they also help with keeping out the noise from the neighbors!
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I'll never get another RV without the Dual Pane! They are warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer and they also help with keeping out the noise from the neighbors!
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I'll never get another RV without the Dual Pane! They are warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer and they also help with keeping out the noise from the neighbors!
What he said! ^^^^^^ + they help prevent condensation on the windows as well!
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What he said! ^^^^^^ + they help prevent condensation on the windows as well!
Yep! I agree after 8 years full time.
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Well worth the extra cost.
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Thanks for the info. we are looking at the 2018 pinnacle 38refs we love the rear den on the same level as the kitchen. We are now full timing in a 2014 Montana and we are looking to get a new one and the Jayco looks like they stepped up the level of luxury and include many standard features that are options on other brands.
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