Window supplies

egg-fried-rice

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Lancashire
There are many good suppliers. Its probably better if you can do as MrMoosehead above has done and buy local.

I bought mine from (click here) Van Demon (mail order). Windows are great I am happy with them, service was a bit hit and miss, I had a tiny issue but nobody seemed willing to pick up the phone, I had to call a few times. Shop around and try calling first and see what the service is like (in case you have an issue later).

What to watch out for: Some windows have a "tinted film" applied, this can scratch, these are a cheaper version. Try and avoid it and get solid glass. A friend of mine bought the tinted ones and he didn't know until he scratched the tint on one of them, now he's spitting feathers.
 

mrmoosehead

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Sep 28, 2020
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Ilkley, West Yorkshire
There are many good suppliers. Its probably better if you can do as MrMoosehead above has done and buy local.
Well, you say local. Castleford is actually a journey all the way through Leeds for me. At least an hour away, on a good day. Delivery is 30 quid for 2 windows. They are only open for short weekdays at the moment. I work full time. It's about a 3 hour round trip to Castleford during the day for me, so that's a half day holiday. I paid for delivery.
 

BigStevie

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May 17, 2017
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Highlands
All depends on what type of windows you’re looking for. I shopped around when I needed three Seitz windows and got a fairly hefty discount.
 

Dazco

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Nov 14, 2020
Just found a company called leisure vehicle windows ( no prize for what they sell)
Looks like I might be able to get some made to measure for my T25
 

devonian

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Apr 5, 2020
A word of cautiion the large bonded windows are not overly secure `I have heard they are the entry point for most camper burglars if you are unlucky enough for that to happen. Seitz windows look the business but are made of plastic and mine already has micro scratches across it. Look for thin glass windows that a person cannot climb through for the most secure and durable type of window I would say.
 

Dazco

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Nov 14, 2020
Bonded windows wouldn't be an option for my van and it would be much easier to break a front door window to gain access, I'll see what they can offer once I've measured up
 
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