We Replace and Repair Windshields For All Fleetwood RV Models
Alfa Auto Glass has been servicing all of Southern California since 1988. Our service is 100% mobile, which means we come to you. We service all Fleetwood RV makes and models.
Call (714) 323-2672 for a free quote today.
Fleetwood makes award-winning recreational vehicles, and from time to time, even they can get that unfortunate crack in the windshield – usually coming back from a long trip. It’s particularly hard to avoid for RVs since most RV drivers drive in the same lane as semi-trucks and gravel hauling rigs.
However, don’t worry! If you have a cracked windshield, we can help. We’ve repaired and replaced thousands of RV windshields all over Southern California. Call us to schedule an appointment and we’ll come right over and get you taken care of.
Fleetwood Southwind RV with gorgeous side windows! Pssst! We fix and replace RV side windows too.
Fleetwood RV Models We Service
We can repair or replace the windshields of any of the following Fleetwood RV models:
- America Allegiance
- American Eagle
- American Heritage
- American Tradition
- Discovery LXE
- Pace Arrow
- Pace Arrow LXE
Note: If we missed a model in the list above, we can still repair or fixed the windshield on it.
A Fleetwood Bounder getting brought back to life. First step: new windshields!
How long does it take to replace a Fleetwood RV windshield?
On average, it takes us about two to three hours to replace the windshield. We will come to your home or office and do the replacement on the spot. All we need from you when we get there are the keys. You’re free to run errands or take care of other business while we work. We will call or text you when the job is complete.
Will my insurance cover windshield replacement?
In most cases, yes. We will coordinate with your insurance company to see what amount of the job can be covered by insurance.
How can I protect my new windshield from getting cracked again?
Windshield cracks are a pretty random event. And since you don’t have that much control of how to prevent them, there are a few tips to help reduce such events:
- Don’t drive fast – The faster you drive, the more impact force is exerted on your windshield.
- Avoid driving behind uncovered big rigs and semis – Trucks that haul debris, gravel, and other F.O.D. are more likely to jettison rocks, pebbles and other matter that can crack your windshield.
- Avoid parking under trees – Stormy weather can cause branches to break and fall on your RV. Additionally, certain pine cones that fall from high distances can do a number on your windshield!