Replacing a fixed window is a lot easier than a sliding window. It doesn’t matter if it’s for a boat or RV, you would want to pay close attention when dealing with sliding windows. You would want to get your slider window replaced if you have problems with opening the window when you need to.
It is true that you can save a lot of money by doing the replacements yourself, but the additional cost that you would incur at your local dealership would be worth it if you don’t know how to change the windows on a recreational vehicle.
If the problem is that you find it difficult to slide, it could be that the problem is as a result of friction in the tracks and applying lubrication along the track can be the entire repair that’s required.
Replacing the Sliding Windows on your RV
If you are going to be doing it yourself, you would need to ensure that you get replacement RV windows and sealant, screwdrivers, putty knife, sandpaper, and extra hands to help you out with the installation.
You can get a replacement RV sliding window from your local auto repair shop or online (request a quote from us here). You might need to meager the window, but if your RV model is popular, you might not need to as the auto shop would be familiar with the dimensions of the window.
You would want to ensure that the screws are properly installed on the sealants and strips to hold the glass firmly and prevent it from damage.