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Old 09-10-2014, 09:38 AM   #1
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There is a lot of great information about replacement windows, but I'm looking for real-world experience about sunview windows in a boler specificly.
Could anyone who has ordered them help me with an answer... WALL THICKNESS???

I've spoke with Sunview and they indicate they've done many for Bolers with a 3/16" finished wall thickness, I've measured my own, and it seems to be anywhere between 3/16 and5/16. Once you factor in butyl tape or foam seal, what thickness did you order? I suppose splitting the difference and going with 1/4" would make sense, I'd like to hear what someone who has installed them might suggest?

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Old 09-15-2014, 01:58 PM   #2
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I love the windows I got from them. As for sizes, they know what you need.
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Heya, I am going to be initiating dialogue with Sun view and I will post a thread with some measurements and photos
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I replaced four of my windows with Sunview and couldn't be happier with how they worked out
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Humpty, what thickness did you settle on? Any pictures?

Does Sunview mainly make windows for homes and other stationary buildings? I have often wondered whether a traditional house-window company could make some for trailers.
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Old 08-29-2017, 10:35 PM   #6
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Humpty, what thickness did you settle on? Any pictures?

Does Sunview mainly make windows for homes and other stationary buildings? I have often wondered whether a traditional house-window company could make some for trailers.
check them out...
RV Windows by Sun-View Industries
I think their only focus is trailer/rv windows.
Ill dig up my invoice so I can tell you the exact measurements, there is however some amount of adjustability to deal with the slight variation in thicknesses.
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