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Revere Windows Costs And Quotes

Explore Revere window costs and prices from past homeowners and consumers who have used their Amherst Plus, Berkshire Elite or Sovereign vinyl windows. Revere Building Products manufactures both vinyl siding and vinyl windows. The company is owned by AMI or Associated Materials, Inc, a larger building supply company. In general, Revere makes pretty mediocre windows, from a not-so-good entry level model to a mid range vinyl window in the Sovereign.

Most of Revere products are sold through builders and contractors, they don't sell much through dealers and distributors like some other window manufacturers. I tend not to recommend Revere for the simple reason that I don't think their products are going to maximize consumer's long term value the way that other top rated vinyl window manufacturers will. Just my two cents.

Dan K. - Site Editor

Revere Pricing By Model: Berkshire Elite Series


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Revere Berkshire Windows Costs




Revere Berkshire Elite Price Quote

I have two window quotes and I'm trying to figure out how they are so different in price. I have 30 windows to replace. The two windows seem pretty close but the prices are soooo different.

Revere Berkshire Elite: $16,190
U-factor: 0.29
Air Infiltration: 0.04
SHGC: 0.3
CR: 55
VT: 0.54


Okna 800 - $28,900
U-factor: 0.26
Air Infiltration: 0.04
SHGC: 0.29
VT: 0.44
CR: 62

Uri - June, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Uri, the Okna 800 is a much better window for sure, even though the performance data is so similar. It's funny because I always tell consumers to look at performance data, and now you are pointing out the limitations of the data. The Berkshire Elite actually gets the AI using a sneaky trick or two. However, it's a decent window, just not the same construction and tolerances as a great window like the Okna 800. I'll say this, the Okna is overpriced in this case, while the Berkshire Elite is offered at a fair price. Assuming the Revere installer is good, I'd be inclined to go with this window.

Dan K. - June, 2019


Berkshire Revelation Elite Quote

My husband and I are replacing 20 custom windows with some pretty fancy shapes and options such as custom frame colors. We have a few bids and was wondering what you thought?

Renewal By Andersen: $44,000

Marvin Infinity: $48,000

Berkshire Revelation Elite: $20,000

Hal - March, 2019

Site Editor's Response

Hal, the Berkshire Revelation Elite is a solid mid range vinyl window. The Marvin Infinity is a higher end fiberglass window and the Renewal By Andersen is a higher end composite window. I personally would go with the Berkshire Revelation Elite option if I trusted the installation company doing the work.

Dan K. - March, 2019


Revere Berkshire Elite Cost Bid

I live in North Carolina need to replace 11 windows. We received a bid for the Revere Berkshire Elite Double Hung for $7700.

Larry - June, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Larry, $7700 for 11 Revere Berkshire Elite windows seems a bit high at first glance. I would get a couple more bids just to compare what else you can find.

Dan K. - June, 2018


Revere Berkshire Elite Bid Price

I have three bids for 10 double hung windows, that measure 76" by 28" and have grids.

Revere Berkshire Elite Series: $4490

Window World 4000: $4000

Champion 365 Series: $7375

Sunrise Restorations Series: $6875

Kim - May, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Kim, of the four bids you have, I like the Sunrise Restorations series bid and the Revere Berkshire Elite Series bid. The price difference is about what I'd expect. If it were me, I'd try to figure out how to stretch into the Sunrise Restorations, it is the much better window of the two. The Berkshire Elite is a decent mid range window with a less sturdy frame than I'd like.

Dan K. - May, 2018


Berkshire Elite Single Hungs

I live in Dallas, Texas and need to replace 15 windows -- here is what I have so far:

NT Executive Windows: $9,880

NT Traditions Windows: $10,837

Berkshire Elite Single Hungs: $7252

Any opinions you care to share would be appreciated.

Bill - February, 2018

Site Editor's Response

Bill, I think I would pass on the Berkshire Elite single hungs as this isn't a window that is going to provide a lot of long term value in my opinion. NT is often regarded as a decent mid range option, but the prices you have aren't fantastic. The Executive is the better window over the Traditions, so if you do go with them, definitely select the Executive series.

I think you need more bids to make a good decision. Milgard makes a vinyl window that is tailored for the climate in Texas. Don Young is a solid manufacturer and check out some of the top series from Simonton, including the Impression 9800 and the Reflections 5500.

Dan K. - February, 2018


Revere Berkshire vs Polaris ThermalWeld

I've been getting window quotes and think I've gotten somme good ones. And very possibly some not so good ones. I am replacing 14 double hung windows, as well as 2 fixed windows, one small and one large.

Revere Berkshire Elite Series - $7100
Gilkey Series - $11,800
Pella 250 Series - $9900
Polaris Thermaweld Series - $8900
Sunrise Series - $12,300

Al - November, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Al, I don't love the Berkshire Elite's frame. I find it less sturdy than I would like, but I do like the price. If you plan to be in the house for 7 years or less, go with this option. Of the remaining, the best value is the Polaris Thermalweld. The best windows are either the Gilkey or Sunrise, and between those two, I'd pick the Sunrise. Sunrise windows

Dan K. - November, 2016


Revere Berkshire Windows Cost

I have 2 bids on 14 windows and a 6 foot patio sliding door. Each bid is from a local company with very solid reviews. I'm not sure which is the better option for me.

Soft-Lite Imperial LS: $10,150

Berkshire Elite: $9,050

Deb - September, 2016

Site Editor's Response

Deb, the Soft-Lite Imperial LS is the much better window between these. It is definitely worth the extra $1K in price. The Berkshire Elite is not a bad window, but it can't hold a candle to the Soft-Lite Imperial LS

Dan K. - September, 2016








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