Morning 67 Degrees, Wind SW 1 & gusting to 3 Mph, Humidity 92%, partly cloudy.
|While the glass is out they cover the openings with plastic|
Six thirty-five there was a knock on the door, they were here to check us and that went quickly. After checking all the overnight arrivals they started the removal for windows. We went to breakfast so they could do their work. We came back late morning (eleven thirty-ish) the window were out and temporary covers in the window openings.
Afternoon 79 Degrees, Wind NNW 3 & gusting to 8 Mph, Humidity 78%, mostly sunny.
Mid afternoon the windows were ready to install, two guys one inside and one outside it went quick, sealed cleaned and water checked for leaks. I will not go into the process here in my blog but again the link; http://rsanityrvtravels.blogspot.com/search?q=Suncoast+Designers).
Busters windows (two positions, driver side and slide out large) were not in “bad” shape as there was no new glass required. In the shop the panels were, disassembled, cleaned, inspected, resealed and assembled.
We were all done by three o’clock