Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Window Screens

When we had our Class A I had window screens for the outside of the big front window and the 2 side windows made.  I could not believe the difference they made on hot, sunny days.  Of course they went with the rig when we sold it as they were custom made.  We have a ton of windows in our 5th wheel and sometimes when it’s very hot and sunny we have to close the blinds on that side so the A/C won’t work so hard.  I really hate my blinds closed during the day.  A few weeks ago while out riding my bike in the park I came across a fellow who has making customs snap on screens for a 5th wheel.  I stopped and talked to him and asked him to come over and give me a quote.  I had investigated purchasing the roll down sunscreens that you can buy at Camping World and for our biggest window it was around $200 for one.  And I wanted 5 of them!!!  This gentleman was in business for himself and he made them in his utility trailer right on site.  He quoted me $345.  for all 5.  And they are big windows.  He does a really good job and I like that I don’t have to worry about them becoming unfurled like the other kind, while driving down the road.  I just unsnap them, roll them up and put away.  If anyone is in the Rio Grande Valley area and is interested, I would recommend him.  He not only does 5th wheel windows but the big front windshield windows on Class A’s.  Just remember during the day you can see out but people can’t see in.  Not so at night, so close those blinds at night!!!!

This is what it looks like inside.  It does make the side with the existing window screen look really weird though. 
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Outside
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The other side of the rig
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This is his business card..
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That’s all I have for now..so until later..take care.

5 comments:

  1. I used to have those for my former rig. Now I have MCD shades in this rig. Lots more expensive, but safer for me to operate from the inside rather than out climbing to the top of a ladder. :O

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  2. Looks great, Ruth. Why not remove the inside window screens when the outside ones are on?

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  3. They do make a big difference, but our coach came with window awnings, easy to open from inside the coach, though more expensive.

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  4. Good luck to you and your endeavours.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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