Alfa Auto Glass Only Services Southern California

Please note that we only service Southern California. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call (714) 323-2672.

Helio RV Window Replacement

Helio travel trailers are marketed as “The Lightest Travel Trailer On The Market”. The lightest Helio trailer starts at 1,135 lbs (with the heaviest being 1,561 lbs)! They are made as a unibody frame on an aluminum chassis. They can be towed by compact cars which makes them accessible for almost all trailer enthusiasts.

Helio O HE3 trailer

We can travel to your trailer to perform window replacement. It generally takes us 1 to 2 hours to replace an RV window.

Models We Service

  • HE3S
  • HE3C
  • O2
  • O3
  • O4

helio rv HE3 side window and back door window

Helio HE3 – Side Window and Back Door Window Shown

What We Can Replace & Fix

We can fix and/or replace the following items:

  • Door Windows
  • Rear Windows
  • Side Windows
  • Window Frames


There are a few tips we would like to share with you to help you keep your trailer windows in good shape.

  • Keep Your Trailer Well Ventilated – Not only will this keep you from having lingering odors, but it will also help prevent “foggy window” syndrome (what we call it here at Alfa Auto Glass). After a couple of years, RVs and trailers can have windows that always seem “foggy” no matter how much you try to clean them.
  • Take Food Out Of Your Trailers – This is a tip we ALWAYS tell our customers that are planning on going camping. Even a small black bear, can rip right into your trailer. Whether they go through a window or a door. Your trailer is an aluminum can to them. But we even tell our customers that live in Pasadena, Altadena, Big Bear, Wrightwood – anywhere near a mountain range – just because you’ve parked your trailer at home, GET ALL SCENTED ITEMS OUT OF YOUR TRAILERS. Bears will come down to the city occasionally and see what they can find.
  • Drive Slow – We know people like to race to their camping spot, but please drive slow. In CA, you need to drive 55 MPH with a trailer. And there’s a good reason for it! You need more time to break, and maneuvering a car with a trailer isn’t the same as when you’re not towing one.

Additional Resources

We have provided links to Helio’s website and social media accounts below.