How To Replace an RV Window, and How It’s Made!


When one of our RV’s windows fogged over, we considered an OEM replacement, or fixing it ourselves with a DIY repair kit. But we found out about a great company that makes custom RV windows.

Our friends Chris & Cherie of Technomadia did an extensive renovation of their classic GM bus last year. Their new windows were custom-built by Peninsula Glass in Vancouver, WA, and they are absolutely beautiful. So we decided to look into that option, too.

It just so happens that we visit Vancouver fairly often, because it’s home to two of our favorite companies that supply great products for RVers: Tough Top Awnings and Roadmaster. Now we have three awesome RV suppliers, literally within sight of each other!

In this video, we’ll show you the step-by step instructions for measuring, ordering and replacing an RV window, plus a factory tour showing the meticulous process of custom-making them.

Complete details here:

Print the Radius Template Tool here:

Print the window worksheet and order form here:

Visit Cherie & Chris at

DeWalt Cordless Drill:
Collapsible Ladder:
Nitrile Gloves (heavy duty):
Ruler (metal):
Tape Measure:
Plastic Putty Knife:
Caulk Gun:
Proflex Sealant (Clear):
Painter’s Tape:
Epson XP-630 Wireless Multifunction Printer:

Video and details about our great new towbar:

Visit Tough Top Awnings for complete details on slide topper and awning fabric replacement:

Tough Top Awnings Discount Code “RVGEEKSROCK” will get you a 5% discount on top-quality RV awning and slide topper replacement fabric at

To see how to replace slide topper and awning fabric, check out our complete playlist of tutorial videos:

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Full-Time RVers since April, 2003, we share DIY (do it yourself) RV maintenance, repair, travel, upgrade and operational tips & tricks.

Many RVers are eager to learn more about using, maintaining and caring for their rigs. We hope our experience can help others go DIY, saving time & money, plus the satisfaction of a job well done.

We’re handy RVers, not professional technicians. We’re happy with the techniques and products we use, but be sure to confirm that all methods and materials you use are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you’re unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk.

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