Fix 3 windows with fogged glass; reinstall 1 window where the glass separated from the frame.
Be prepared for an early morning - their hours are about 6am - 3pm. They come out and remove the frames from the RV. Most, but not all, are considerate and remove their shoes
while inside your coach. They cover the window with cardboard to keep the bugs/rain out. It can take a day or
two to finish up, then they come out and reinstall your window. You can stay in your RV the whole time - and
they provide power & water. No sewer, although I read there's a dump station - I never saw it (but I didn't ask,
Points of concern for me:
1. They don't reinstall the window using butyl tape (like the manufacturer did). Instead, they caulk the window after install. They do not use tape for a clean look, rather they
use a small hole in the caulk gun for a small bead. Works OK.
2. They forgot to caulk one of my windows, which would have caused major damage had I not happened to notice it a few days later. When I called, they acted like it was no big deal and told me to just have the dealership caulk it (I happened to be at Lazy Days for more work). They did not offer to pay for the labor.
3. Not all screws were reinstalled on the inside of the coach. I found holes with no screws.
4. When they separate the glass, they may notice that the fog has damaged the glass (not sure how). If they see
this, they will replace the glass at an additional cost of $35 per pane (the whole window would possibly be $70 on top of the fees they already charge). They will not ask you, it'll just show up on your bill.
5. They worked on both windows on each side of my windshield. After repair, they both 'creak' when going down the road. I suspect they move more than they did before removal. Not sure why or if it could be avoided, but wanted
to point it out.
6. Traces of butyl are here and there and require further cleaning/scraping. All in all, the actual repair itself
(removal of the fog) worked well. The fog is gone for good. However, there are many things they could do better to result in a cleaner operation. The price is pretty fair, although I was surprised at the additional $35 several times because the fog 'etched' the glass. They do not charge for multiple panes of glass in a single window frame (eg, passenger window has 3 panes but it's 1 window frame)