RV Window Teardrop 30" W x 20" H
It is easy to look at something every day and not really see it for what it is. Take for example this 30” x 20” horizontal teardrop window from RecPro. You might just see a window. But have you really looked at your windows lately and what they offer or take away from you? Besides extending picturesque views of the world around you, this window from RecPro will also be a vessel for fuel economy and energy efficiency.
With an anodized aluminum frame to resist corrosion and a tight seal to maintain energy efficiency, this window will prove to be an economical choice, providing you and your family with years of enjoyment. The lightweight black frame is stylized to assist the gasket in creating an airtight seal and providing a barrier for insects and mold. Designed with a sleek profile to be aerodynamic and space-efficient, the trim contributes to the overall eye appeal. The optional internal trim will aid in installation and complete the look. The tinted glass reduces heat gain from the sun but the large surface area will allow plenty of light to stream through. Air can circulate while the mesh screen provides a barrier for insects when conveniently slid open.
If your windows need updated, choose a RecPro window and open your eyes to the optimization power. Featuring daylight, airflow, durability, and protection from the elements, it is more than just a portal through which you can view the wonders of the country.
- Rough Width: 29 5/8"
- Rough Height: 19 5/8"
- Overall Width: 31 1/4"
- Overall Height: 21 1/4"
- Sliding Window Surface: 12 7/8"W x 17 1/2"H
- Corner radius: 3.125"
- Tinted glass
- Heavy-duty construction
- Optional Black Trim Ring for 1 1/2" wall thickness
- Central latch for securing your trailer
- Comes with a rubber gasket (no need for caulking)
- Hardware included with trim ring
- Relatively weatherproof because of design
- DOT 960
- ANSI Z26.1-1996
- Made in America
Horizontal windows are only able to be installed in the position seen in the photos or upside down. They cannot be installed on their sides due to the location of the weep holes.