The main reason for replacing the window was the outside plastic trim cracked at the bottom and was letting water seep in during heavy rain. And worse, the foam glue used inside the trim had deteriorated and the glass had dropped out of place creating a 1 inch open space at the top of the window. Bottom line, it was time to replace the window.
RV Door Window Options
We looked at options to replace the trim and use the glass, but had difficulty finding a replacement. Replacing the window with a similar product cost around $66 and we still had the bubble wrap covering we didn’t care for.
After some research, we found the Thin Shade by AP Products for under $95. This is a rather simple set up with a tinted window and a slot on the inside frame to install the supplied window shade. Installation was relatively simple, taking less than 45 minutes, only requiring a simple phillips head screwdriver to install.
RV Door Window Installation Results
Results were better than expected and we really like the glass tint along with the simple shade to block direct sunlight.
Below are links if you’re interested in purchasing the products discussed in this video. Please note: Prices and availability of the products mentioned in this video are subject to change.
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