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I must be weird. I feel most RVs have way too many windows and most of them are too large. Windows let in and lose too much heat. Skylights are the worst offenders.


Yes you're weird. I love big windows, except the tinted ones...


Based on the responses here, maybe not.


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I have 6 windows on all 4 sides, all insulated, all awning style, all with integrated blinds and screen, 2 fantastic vents all in a 16' trailer. Hard to match that amount....


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At the rv shows the worst are the "green trailers" with no roof vents or dark lids on them and very small windows. Now that is a cave. How much energy are you saving? Sun and light makes everyone feel better and improves my mood.

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Airstream Classic.
International or Flying Cloud, depending on the window/skylight options.


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Airstream Classic.
International or Flying Cloud, depending on the window/skylight options.

They want a slide.


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Padlin wrote:

boondockdad wrote:

Airstream Classic.
International or Flying Cloud, depending on the window/skylight options.

They want a slide.


You mean like mine?


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boondockdad wrote:

Padlin wrote:

boondockdad wrote:

Airstream Classic.
International or Flying Cloud, depending on the window/skylight options.

They want a slide.


You mean like mine?


Yup, like yours... didn't know they still made slides, my bad.

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Padlin wrote:

boondockdad wrote:

Padlin wrote:

boondockdad wrote:

Airstream Classic.
International or Flying Cloud, depending on the window/skylight options.

They want a slide.


You mean like mine?


Yup, like yours... didn't know they still made slides, my bad.



They don't! Lol

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Lady Fitzgerald wrote:

hookie wrote:

Lady Fitzgerald wrote:

I must be weird. I feel most RVs have way too many windows and most of them are too large. Windows let in and lose too much heat. Skylights are the worst offenders.


Yes you're weird. I love big windows, except the tinted ones...


Based on the responses here, maybe not.

Weird or not I agree with you on the skylights.
I don't want any more holes than necessary in my roof.
The reason trailers have small windows is just as you said, they let too much heat in/out.


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