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doxiemom11

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We sure can tell the difference between our single pane windshield and the dual pane windows. Windshield can be sopping wet after a really cold night, especially in an area with high humidity. No moisture on the dual panes. The difference in temperature and how you feel sitting next to them is very noticeable too.

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I would also recommend RV Fog Doc in Searcy Arkansas.. I had my two front side windows done this last Sept. The price was $500.00 plus tax. In and out in about 6 hours. I went up on Tuesday night, parked and plugged in at their place and they got me in first thing the next day. On the road by 2pm. Very happy with their work and the windows look great. Had called and made an appointment first.

If you have the funds, that would be my recommendation.

Best to you in whatever you decide

Happy travels. Arnold


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doxiemom11 wrote:

We sure can tell the difference between our single pane windshield and the dual pane windows. Windshield can be sopping wet after a really cold night, especially in an area with high humidity. No moisture on the dual panes. The difference in temperature and how you feel sitting next to them is very noticeable too.


I experience the same thing just with different side glass. I chalk it up to the side windows being surrounded by heavily insulated walls and being a 1/3 the size of the windshield. With the windshield having a large open area below for utilities and coming from the factory with marginal insulation behind the overhead cabinets it does sweat in cold weather. I added insulation above the windshield and noticed some improvement but see no way to increase insulation below it.

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