‘59 Overlander Window Replacement - Acrylic
A couple of my windows need replacement so I’ve been researching the best solution. I decided to go with a 1/8” Acrylic bronze “tint” that obtains UV properties. It is more energy efficient than single-pane glass and more cost effective, easy to work with, etc.
Also, while my trailer windows do not have any curvature, it might be a good solution for people with newer trailers.
I have a few drops in case anyone around Austin wants to have them to test out.
This is the website, there are 2 options; Acrylic and Lexan. I went with the Acrylic because it is more scratch resistant.
Please respond if you’ve run into similar issues and have input on this subject.