Georgie Boy RV Windshield Replacement
Alfa Auto Glass is located in Southern California. We provide a mobile service where we can repair or replace your Georgie Boy windshield (or windows) at your home or office. Please call (714) 323-2672 to schedule an appointment or to get a free quote.
Georgie Boy RVs are known for their generous amount of windows and how much light they let into the motorhome. At Alfa Auto Glass we want to make sure you keep that benefit by making sure you don’t have any broken windows or windshields.
What We Repair & Replace
- Windshields (left and/or right side)
- Side Mirrors
- Driver and Passenger Side Door Windows (entry doors)
- Side Windows
- Rear Windows
Models We Service
- Cruise Air
- Cruise Master
- The Suite
Note: Georgie Boy RVs are no longer being manufactured. That doesn’t mean we can’t replace or fix the windows and windshields on them. Whatever year you have, you can always call us for a free quote.
New Windshields Help Sell RVs
RVs are in high demand right now, but if you’re trying to sell your Georgie Boy and it has a broken windshield, you might want to consider replacing it before you post it to RV selling websites. Just like photographing a home for sale, you want your RV to look it’s best when it’s picture time. That’s why it’s a good idea to replace or repair any of your windows, frames or the windshield. Now that RVs are selling for the prices of homes, it makes sense to invest in its appearance to get it sold.
How to Make Your Georgie Boy Windshield & Windows Last
- Drive Slow (or at the speed limit) – Not only is it safer to drive the speed limit in an RV, it also reduces the impact force of rocks and gravel that may hit your windshield. Additionally, you’ll reduce loading on window frames (we replace a lot of window frames!).
- Be Mindful When Moving Items Near It – A lot of times RVs are parked in tight spaces, usually up against walls or other vehicles. This can make the perfect environment for glass breaks. When you’re moving items near your RV, take your time and be sure not to run ladders, poles, or other protruding objects near your windows and windshields.
- Watch Where You Park – For instance, some large pine trees can drop heavy pine cones on your windshield and break them. Many of our customers will park their RV at construction sites and plenty of hazards are nearby that can break windshields and windows.