Do you have foggy RV windows? We have 5 of them and we’re getting them fixed! Not replaced but they remove them, take the glasses apart, clean them, reseal them and reinstall them. Lots of RVers have this same problem and we thought this would be helpful information to pass along.
Here’s information from the company that is doing this for us.
Suncoast Designers specializes in RV thermopane window repair and replacement. If you notice your motor coach windows getting foggy, air leaking around the window seals, or moisture accumulating inside of the windows, chances are you need to come see us. We have a unique process that allows us to fix your motorhome or RV windows right the first time and to the highest standards in the industry. We offer a 10 year warranty on all of our parts and labor (give us a call for details) and we NEVER, EVER hire outside contractors to work on your RV. All of our technicians are employees of Suncoast Designers.
When you get your windows fixed or replaced at our facility, you are welcome to stay the night at one of our full hook-up RV sites for FREE. Thats right, you get FREE water hook-up, FREE electric hook-up, FREE Wi-Fi, FREE use of our on site dump station and absolutely positively NO OVERNIGHT FEE!
15050 Labor Place
Hudson, FL 34667
Phone: (727) 868 – 2773
Their website is http://suncoastdesigners.com/
Check it out if you’re in need of this. They came highly recommended from RVers we’ve talked to. I’ll post pictures of what it looks like as Dora goes through the process with them this week and let you know how it all turns out!
We thought we’d make it to Tallahassee today, but the next Florida rest area, about 100 miles into Florida on I-10) seems to be calling to us to stop there for the night and enjoy the NFL games. They provide parking places in the back or side of the rest area for trucks and RVs to spend the night and it’s nice, quiet, they provide security and it’s FREE! I picked up a stack of brochures at the first Florida Welcome Center and can’t wait to see some of the central part of the state on this visit!
Ya’ll come back now, ya hear!