Originally Posted by Light
In March we bought a new 25'International Serenity and parked it next to our garage near the house. Haven't used it yet. Yesterday we walked out to find a window blown out like an explosion from the inside. None of the windows had ever been opened! The only thing we can imagine was that it was so airtight that a change in barometric pressure forced it out? Help? Thoughts? No way any vandalism or blowing rocks etc could have hit it...no glass inside. The screen was perfect but the black brackets were twisted and wrenched and the glass flew for 12 feet.
Airstream uses tempered glass.
A nick from a grain of sand is enough to pierce the surface of the temper.
Then all you need is a temperature change, and BANG, there it went.
Glass is covered by your insurance.
Most windows are very easy to replace, especially the ones that open.
A selling dealer can tell you how to make the installation.