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Harvey Windows Costs And Quotes

Explore Harvey window costs on their Slimline, Classic, Tribute, Vigilance, Majesty, Acoustic and Storm window models. Harvey is based in Massachusetts and makes mid range vinyl window, wood window and patio door. The company offers their own installation, so consumers might feel like they are paying more for the privilege, but there is a certain comfort in this set up since anything that goes wrong with the product is easily remedied (compared with paying a random company to do the install on a known brand). In general Harvey windows and doors enjoy a good reputation in the industry.

Dan K. - Site Editor

Pricing By Model: Classic Series | Tribute Series



Soft-Lite Acquired By Harvey In 2016

Have you heard anything about Soft-Lite quality changing because of being bought by Harvey Ind last year?

David - November, 2017

Site Editor's Response

I have not heard of any changes to the quality of their windows. As far as I know, nothing has changed on the ground. If anything, I would assume the company is stronger with Harvey behind them.

Dan K. - November, 2017


David's Response

Thank you for the reply. I had a well-regarded window company in Kansas City come out who was a Soft-Lite dealer (according to their website) and he had to quote me another window (ProVia Endure).

He couldn't tell the details, of course, but, for some reasons, he didn't quote Soft-Lites, even tho I asked about them. Maybe Harvey has imposed some additional requirements that turned them off (maybe exclusivity or something.) Really appreciate the wealth of info at your sites.

David - November, 2017

Site Editor's Response

David, there are all sorts of odd dealer requirements and rules ? but on the plus side both Soft-Lite and ProVia make a good window. Best of luck to you!

Dan K. - November, 2017




Harvey Classic Windows Costs



Harvey Classic Series vs. Alside Windows

We're looking at Alside Excalibur and Harvey Classic windows for our home that needs 2 bay windows and 12 replacement windows. The quote for the Excalibur is $7500, while the Classic is $8700.

Cindy - August, 2018


Harvey Classic Pricing

I have two quotes that I'm looking at and would love to get your take on. The first bid is from a local dealer on the Soft-Lite Classic and their price is $4500 more than the Harvey Classic bid. It's on 20 windows and 1 patio sliding door. Is the $4500 worth going with the Soft-Lite Classic over the Harvey Classic.

Fran - December, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Fran, I would say you are at the break even point on whether that's worth it or not. Let's say that it's $1000 more for the patio slider, that would means it's roughly $175 for each window. I don't think it is worth it. I think you need to go back to the Soft-Lite dealer and see how close they can get to the Harvey Classic price. I think if it's $2000 or lower, you would want to go with the Soft-Lite option.

Dan K. - November, 2016


Harvey Classic Window Cost

I got a quote from a Harvey dealer on their Classic window and I'm trying to make sense of it. $9200 for 20 windows, plus $9200 for a patio door and 2 bay windows. Is this a fair price? How does the Harvey compare to other vinyl window makers? Thanks in advance!

Rand - October, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Rand, I think the quote you received looks pretty fair, it's what, $460 per window totally installed if my math is right. This is right in the ballpark of what I'd expect for the Harvey Classic. Having said that, I think you should get a couple more quote to compare it with. Comparable windows would be the Polaris ThermalWeld (this actually might be a bit better than the Harvey), the ProVia Aeris and a Champion window. All of these brands ought to be available in your area and I'm sure the reps would love to come out and give you a bid.

Get all of these bids, touch and feel all the windows that the reps come show you for a better tactile understanding of what you're buying and compare the cost bids against one another. This is going to be the best way to really know if the bid is fair.

Dan K. - October, 2016








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Harvey Tribute vs Sunrise Restoration

We're redoing our windows -- mainly double hungs, some basement hopper windows and a handful of horizontal sliding windows. A Sunrise rep gave us a bid on their Restoration series that came out to $250 for the basement hopper windows, $465 for the double hung windows, and $420 for the horizontal sliding windows.

Another rep gave us a bid on Harvey windows for their Tribute series. $390 for hoppers, $450 for sliders, and $490 for the double hungs.

Billy - August, 2018








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