As someone who struggles with seasonal depression and anxiety (thanks genetics...), I love having lots and lots of windows to keep things bright and cheery. That's one of the things I love about buses - they are lined with windows on all 4 sides! However, many of you have pointed out that bus windows are not particularly well insulated, and I've seen videos where they are just dripping with condensation. This brought back memories of taking the bus to school in Utah when I was a kid. We used our fingers to draw and write all over the foggy windows.
I had been tentatively planning to keep as many of the original windows as possible, but imagining that sort of moisture dripping down my walls has me a bit concerned. RV windows seem to be pretty pricey, and I don't care for the look of them anyway. I am thinking about decorating several of my windows with some faux stained glass for aesthetic and privacy - that just doesn't seem like it would look right on a squircle. (I have a new fun word in my vocabulary!)
Has anyone tried making their own windows? I found a tutorial for diy double glazed windows, although cutting all the sashes looks like a crazy amount of work.
And then you still have to assemble, seal, and paint them...
Has anyone had any luck using reclaimed windows on a bus conversion?
Any other fabulous ideas? I'm trying to be budget conscious since I'd want LOTS of them.