Originally Posted by ArmyChap
If you find a source for replacement windows then share the wealth! I can't find anything that's less than $300 per window.
This is why I used residential windows.
I wanted a large panoramic view. To buy RV windows 4 foot by 5 foot would be over $1000 each. Even after paying that kind of money I did not like the quality and how they were made.
A 4 foot by 5 foot two pane sealed slider window with screen from home depot is only $250. 2 foot by 2 foot are only $125.
And unlike RV windows, if one gets broken, you can find a new one almost anywhere.
That was the price for slider style. For casement crank out style, they can be custom ordered to any size, in right or left hand. This way they would not catch the wind when driving down the road with one open a few inches.
Price for casement crank out style start at around $300 even for small ones. It's the mechanism that causes the higher price.
Small sliders suck because of the center bar through the window.
For small 2 foot by 2 foot to fit a standard skoolie window opening, I would choose casement crank out style.
Residential windows are made from vinyl, don't rattle, conduct heat or cold, won't leak, and have drains at the bottom. They can also be ordered with safety glass, and expansion tubes for elevation changes.