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ProVia Windows Costs And Quotes

Explore ProVia window costs and prices from past homeowners and consumers who have used their Aeris, ecoLite, Aspect and Endure series. This Ohio based company was at one time called Precision Door, however when they went into the window business, they switched their name to reflect their new "status."

ProVia is known for making very good aluminum and vinyl storm doors, as well as vinyl and wood clad windows. In general, the company makes a good quality window and storm window insert. Assuming the price point was right, I would definitely get a bid from a ProVia dealer to see how they stacked up to the competitors in my area.

Dan K. - Site Editor


ProVia Pricing By Model: Aeris Series | Aspect

ecoLite Series | Endure Series


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ProVia Aeris Windows Costs



ProVia Aeris Pricing And Information

I was hoping to get some more information on the Aeris Series from ProVia. Any information would be great.

William - July, 2017

Site Editor's Response

William, the Aeris window comes in several models, including the VT700, VT800 and WX100. The VT700 and 800 models are vinyl inside and out, while the WX100 series has a wood interior and vinyl exterior. The Aeris is the company's entry level window, but is a pretty well made option. I would certainly rather see you get the ecolite series or Endure, but for an entry level window, the Aeris is not bad.

The VT700 is the base model and actually has some decent features: multilock mechanism, block and tackle balancing, sloped sill, and aluminum reinforced sash. The VT800 is slightly upgraded and includes all the same features as the 700, along with a cove profile and more color options. Usually, the VT800 will run 15% more than the Aeris VT700 series.

The ProVia WX100 series uses the same frame and features as the VT, but it uses a wood interior that comes in maple, oak or cherry. The WX100 also can be order in many interior stain or color options, as well as five exterior frame colors.

All in all, the Aeris is a nice looking window, that delivers fair performance numbers.

Dan K. - July, 2017








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ProVia Aspect Windows Costs



ProVia Aspect Series Pricing

We're doing a whole remodel and our contractor wanted to use the MI 1650 series window. I wasn't impressed with the reviews I saw on the window so I asked him to go find something else. He came back with Simonton 5500 and Provia Aspect. We have 41 windows to replace.

MI 1650 Series: $20000

ProVia Aspect Series: $23,500

Simonton 5500 Series: $22,250

Chris - January, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Chris, of the three window options you have, I would spend the extra money and go with either the Aspect or the 5500. I would rate them pretty equal in terms of craft and quality. I would base my decision on the company doing the actual install.

Dan K. - January, 2019


ProVia Aspect vs. Zen Nirvana

Our family is replacing 15 windows and the top bids are the following:

Zen Nirvana - $7100

Provia Aspect - $8000

It seems like the Zen Nirvana for $900 less is the better deal.

Larry - Homeowner - August, 2018

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Larry, I have to agree with your assessment. The Zen Nirvana bid is definitely the way to go.

Dan K. - August 2018








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ProVia ecolite Windows Costs



ProVia ecoLite Costs vs. Alside Mezzo

I have a couple of bids and don't know which one is the better value. I would love to hear what you think about these. I'm replacing 22 windows in all and 4 patio slide doors. I have these two bids.

ProVia ecoLite: $33K

Alside Mezzo: $30K

Barry - May, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Barry, thanks for the question. The Alside Mezzo does achieve some nice performance numbers, but my issue with the window is the overall construction. The frame has always felt flimsy to me and I question the long term viability of the window. If it were my house, I would pony up the extra $3K for the ProVia ecoLite series. It's a nice looking unit and quite well built.

I would also go back to the ProVia dealer and tell him that you have an Alside price bid that is $3K less than his quote. Tell him if he can match the $30K, you will sign the work order that very day. Then give him a few days to think about it. The worst he can do is not budge. Many times if a window company has an opening in their schedule and they know they can fill it with a customer who is close on price, they will lower it to keep their crew working. (They will still be making money on the job.)

Dan K. - May, 2018


ProVia ecolite Price Quote

I have a bid for 8 ProVia EcoLite windows and one Alside Promenade sliding door. The bid is $6200 completely installed. Is this a fair price?

Steve - October, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Steve, this is very possibly a fair price, but it's impossible to say if it's too high or too low without a few more bids. There are over 20 issues/factors that can drive the per window/door price up or down. I will say this, ProVia makes a good vinyl window, but they make an excellent door. Why don't you get a bid on a ProVia door instead of the Alside door? I'd like that bid more!

Dan K. - October, 2017


ProVia ecolite Pricing

Hi, my husband and I have one quote on 10 Vinylmax Edison windows, which we were told is their mid-range window, and includes a Core-Tex reinforcement and sentry locking mechanisms. The bid was roughly $4400. We have one more bid for the ProVia ecoLite (their mid range window), and this quote was roughly $4200. We did get one more bid on the Pella 250 vinyl window, and this was $6300, well above the other two.

We only plan to be in our house for another 5 to 7 years so we don't want to spend a ton of money. I was hoping to get your take on what we have. Thanks.

Mandy - April, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Nate, I think you can throw out the Pella window bid due to the cost and because the 250 series is, in my opinion, inferior to your other two selections. The Vinylmax Edison and the ProVia ecoLite should be very close in quality although I really can't tell you the specific differences between the two windows - I've never seen the ecoLite in person. However, the price and what I know about these two companies leads me to believe that their mid range offerings are relatively close to one another.

So...if it were me, I would pivot here and look at the company I'm buying from, with particular attention paid to the install. How has the better reviews, reputation, etc. This is what I would base my decision on.

Dan K. - April, 2016








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ProVia Endure Windows Costs



Provia Endure and Viwinco Cambridge Bid

We need to replace a casement window, three double double hung windows and six normal double hung windows. We have two bids that we are considering.

Viwinco Cambridge Model: $5100

Provia Endure Model: $4500

Lucy - May, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Lucy, the ProVia Endure is the much better of the two windows. I'm surprised that it is actually lower in price over the Viwinco, but it makes for an easy decision!

Dan K. - May, 2019


Provia Endure or Kensington Kingston

Hello, I need help, we have what we believe are to really good offers to replace 18 rotten wood windows in our new to us house. Both Contractors have come down to $10k to replace all 18 windows for complete install Kensington is also adding flex screens no charge. I am struggling with determining if 1 window is better? Should i worry about Kensington warranty (think 2008).

Brian - May, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Brian, the cost on the 18 windows looks good, especially if you have rotten wood on the frames that needs work. It actually sounds low; no idea how much work has to be done.

In terms of windows, this is a no brainer. The ProVia Endure is their premium vinyl window, with a DP50 and a .05 AI. Both excellent numbers. The Kensington Kingston series is their entry level vinyl window. Kensington makes energy efficient windows, but their lower end window isn't as good as the Endure.

Plus you make a good point about Kensington's history. I actually think they are quite solid now, but why take the chance?

Dan K. - May, 2018


Provia Endure Cost Bid

PLEASE Help me replace my replacement windows please. Couple of current issues, condensation when the temps hit 30's, one seal has failed, and I think the windows are noisy. Anyway finally found a label and was able to email the distributor and the info came back.

We have Vinylmax Easton series windows, not very good numbers definitely a entry/budget level model/decisions. My question is can a good mid level window solve my issues to the condensation/noise.

About to get bids. 9 double hungs one small bedroom slider and the main window with a slider on each end for a total of 11. The3 top rated local companies with 30+ business carry Polaris/Provia,, Softlite/Sunrise, and Provia/VinylMax. Can't find Okna.

Also any idea of a price range? Is tempered glass needed? I'll get back to you with bids but which models would you put in a house?

Thanks. Btw were in the Dayton, Ohio area.

Barrett - November, 2017

Site Editor's Response

Barrett, most windows should have a CR number, which stands for condensation resistance. A good window will often have a CR at 55 or above, which will certainly help with any condensation issues. The higher the better...

All three of those brands looks quite good. In terms of cost, VERY difficult to say. Let's say $450 to $700 per window on average for the 11 windows. So I'll say $4950 to $7700 as an estimate.

Tempered glass may be needed for the bathroom window, but you shouldn't need it for any of the "normal" windows.

Shoot me the bids and I'll give you my opinion.

Dan K. - November, 2017

Barrett

Dan, Thanks for the reply, (great site btw). We actually have 2 large picture windows with sliders on each end. So:

8 double hung
1 small slider
2 picture windows

So is it 11 or 15???? Lol

Our best (we think) quote yet for price/quality is for the Provia "Endure" in sandstone color With Comfort Tech triple pane glass/ argon. Dealer said the krypton gas was an option but at a higher cost. Definitely a nice window. $6700.00 installed, a little more than we wanted to spend but this also includes replacing decorative siding below the main window and 4 of the double hungs at the front of the house to match the new window color (Currently white) which is beyond installing/trimming the new windows out.

What do you thing? Thanks!

Barrett - November, 2017

Site Editor's Response

You make a good point about the large XOX windows -- in truth bids are typically done by the lineal foot of the window so your bid is lower than at first glance. The Provia Endure is quite a good window and the $6700 is a very good deal if we split the difference and put the number at 13 windows. That averages out to $515 per window. That's very solid.

Dan K. - November, 2017


ProVia Endure Window Prices

We have an old farmhouse in Pennsylvania that still has the original wood windows that are in desperate need of replacements. There are 20 windows in all and my bids so far include:

Window World: $10,500

Provia Endure: $19,000

Marvin Infinity: $25,000 (does not include a couple of upgrades that we are considering)

I felt very confident with the installer reviews from the ProVia and Marvin, not so much with what I saw on the WW, but they are obviously a lot cheaper.

Novi - November, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Novi, there is a reason why the Window World prices are half what the others are -- the windows are much lower quality. I would suggest passing on this bid and moving on. The Marvin Infinity is quite a good fiberglass window and if you are comfortable with the additional cost (it sounds like it is going to be a couple of thousand more than the $25K bid), then I don't think you will be disappointed.

The ProVia Endure is quite a good vinyl window as well. I believe the double hung delivers a .05 air infiltration number, which is impressive. I like their interior wood laminates as well. If it were me, I would go back to both the ProVia and Marvin reps and see how much I could whittle off the price before I made my decision. I think either of the two will serve you well -- assuming proper installation, which it sounds like you are getting.

Dan K. - November, 2016








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