Windows in an RV are a vital part of the atmosphere. From the light coming in through them to the breeze that you can get if they're open, to the amazing scenes you can see through them, windows are a must-have in any portable living situation. From a tiny towable to a huge Class A, windows can make or break your rig.
With all of the window options, though, it can be tough to know which one you need or want. Generally speaking, though, RV windows fall into two categories: framed or frameless. While our framed windows are high-quality and amazing for easy install and use, we wanted to include frameless windows into our line as well.
Sleek and stylish, frameless windows are a great addition to any RV or camper. They let in the most amount of light while providing a modern twist to your exterior.
This model has a rough opening of 23 5/8" wide by 35 5/8" high and fits in a wall measuring about 2" deep. Overall, it measures 25 5/8" wide by 38" high by 2 1/2" deep. The glass is tinted and tempered, with high durability. The tint on the glass is great for keeping down on heat gain from the sun, creating a cooler environment inside of your rig.
There is a hinge on the top of this window as well as a crank on the bottom on the inner side of the window so that you can extend it outwards from the RV, letting in a breeze. Don't worry about bugs flying in, though, there is an included screen to prevent such a thing from happening.
When you're choosing your RV window or camper window, you can choose between framed or frameless. Whichever way you choose, you can find it here at RecPro.com. Have any questions? Contact us online or call our friendly Customer Care team today!
- Rough opening: 23 5/8"W x 35 5/8"H
- Overall dimensions: 25 5/8"W x 38"H x 2 1/2"D
- Corner radius: 3.125"
- Made in the USA
- Tinted glass
- Heavy-duty construction
- Hinge on top of window
- Opens through crank on inside bottom of window
- Includes screen
- Included trim ring kit and screws (does not affect frameless appearance)
- Relatively waterproof because of design
- DOT 243
**Frameless windows should not be used for slide out sides, as the friction from extending and retracting the slide out leads to damage of the frameless window**