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ProVia Window Prices

Explore ProVia window prices from consumers and industry experts on the Aeris, Integra, ecoLite, Aspect, and Endure window series. ProVia is best known for their doors and actually started out as a door company. Eventually, they expanded into windows and they have a fair bit of experience with aluminum storm doors and now windows.

The company, which is headquartered in Ohio, now manufactures quality vinyl, aluminum and wood clad windows. The one knock from some contractors would be somewhat inflated prices for the quality of the window - one reason why soliciting multiple bids from local contractors can help to get more competitive pricing.

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Provia Integra Windows Prices


ProVia Integra Windows

The ProVia Integra window is a vinyl option that is available in the 200 or 300 series. The 200 is the entry level option and should be considered a mid range vinyl window option that will provide the following performance numbers in the double hung - .30 U-value, .49 visible transferrance and .27 SHGC. The 300 models is nearly identical, although it has a slightly upgraded cove sash profile and more color options. The 200 and 300 use a sloped sill that is a far better design feature than the pocket sill used by companies like Alside and Window World.






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Provia Aeris Windows Prices


ProVia Aeris Windows

TheProVia Aeris window can be ordered as either a wood interior and vinyl exterior or as a full vinyl window. The wood interior option is the more expensive model that is called the Wx1000. Homeowners can select from three distinct wood types - maple, oak and cherry, as well as some 30 different interior stain and color selections and five unique exterior colors.

Performance wise, the double hung will produce a .28 U-factor, .10 AI and .47 VT. The all vinyl option is known as the VT700 or VT800 - the VT800 is probably ProVia's best known window model. The two windows are virtually identical, with the 800 having one additional color selection and an upgraded cove sash profile.






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Provia Aspect Windows Prices


ProVia Aspect Window Costs

We are replacing 28 builder grade windows. We are in the Mid-Atlantic region. We have quotes from 2 contractors for either Provia Aspect or Okna 800 series. Both quotes are similar, around $24,000. From what I've read on this site, you seem to prefer Okna but there's not alot of info on Provia. Is it comparable?

The Okna contractor also offered the Okna step up to 1800 series for $27,000. If we go with Okna, is it worth the extra $3000 to get the top line model? I appreciate your input. Your site has been helpful. Thanks.

Carol - Homeowner - from 2017

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Carol, I know some about ProVia, but not a ton. They are certainly a less talked about and less used window than Okna. The ProVia Aspect isn't even their top line, the Endure Series is their top-of-the-line window, if I'm not mistaken. So based on those factors alone, I would say the Okna is going to be the one I would opt for, unless there is something else that would sway the balance to the ProVia -- incredible installation teams or something of this ilk.

In terms up upgrading to the 1800 triple pane Okna, I don't think you need to -- at that point, you are paying almost $1000 per window, which is really quite high.

The Okna 800 EnviroStar is an excellent option all around. You may want to get a bid from another company on more of a mid range vinyl window and then use that bid to see how much the Okna rep will come down on his price. Or use the ProVia bid and tell the Okna rep that the ProVia rep was willing to go down to $20K and if he was able to get close to that price, you are all ready to sign. (A little white lie that might save you a couple thousand dollars...)

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017


ProVia Aspect vs Vinylmax Edison

We are looking at the Vinlymax Edison series which I believe is a mid-range window with the "sentry system" locking hardware and the CoreTex Reinforcement. For 11 of them we are right at $4800. This is consistent with another bid for Provia Windows at $4620. This is well below the cost of the Pella 250 Series windows that are running almost $6900. We are only planning on being in the house 5 - 10 years so investing in Pella is not really an option.

We do have Champion and Renewal by Anderson scheduled to come up but I'm not getting very good vibes from either of them. Feel free to through your 2 cents worth in on any of these folks and the bids. You have way more knowledge about this than we do.

Mark - Homeowner - from 2016

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Mark, I agree with you that your best bids are from Vinylmax and ProVia (I'm not sure which window they quote you out on, I'm assuming it's their mid range Aspect window series). Since you are only staying in the house for 10 years max, putting in a good mid range vinyl window makes a lot of sense. It's probably a toss up between Vinylmax and ProVia, although I tend to think ProVia's reputation in the window industry is a bit better than Vinylmax.

With the windows so close in quality, I would turn to the question of who do you feel between these two is going to give you the better quality installation? This is who I'd go with.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016






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Provia Endure Windows Prices


Provia Endure vs Marvin Infinity

We have a 100+year old farmhouse (western PA) with close to or original wood windows that need to be replaced. We have 19 windows and have the following quotes (all over the board)

Window World: $10k

Provia Endure: $18-19k approximate and will get final bid next week (they're the "salesman" type people that come out twice)

Marvin Infinity replacements (with the everwood) $24.5 before upgrades (probably an additional $3-4k to get the metal fixtures and higher visibility screens in the few windows we want and tempered glass in a few windows, but if we don't worry about the screens I will want the metal fixtures which is an additional $1.7 k at least.

All of them look like wood but none are (the Marvin are stainable so we can get a better match to our interior frame, but the others are close). Window world are obviously the cheapest, but the warranty is really good. They don't come with metal fixtures even as an upgrade and I can just tell they aren't terribly good quality.

The ProVia Endure is (relatively) new but is supposed to be their most energy efficient yet.

The installers of the higher two are supposed to be really good as far as our companies in this area are concerned.

Anyone have any opinions for me?

- Homeowner - from 2016

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Leah, Window World sells either the Alside Excalibur or the Xact 1650 (I think this is the model) -- both of which are poor windows in my opinion. They will cost you more money and headaches in the long run. The warranty doesn't really mean much to be quite honest with you, not after 8 or 9 years, which is when most of the problems start.

ProVia makes a good window and I agree with you about the energy efficiency. I like this option, especially given the quality installation/reputation they offer.

The Marvin Infinity is a very nice fiberglass window, however it is also quite a bit more expensive -- not surprising.

I think those are your two choices, ProVia or Marvin. You just have to decide whether the Marvin is worth the extra money. If it were me, I would see if I could get the ProVia rep (or Marvin rep) to come down on their price to sweeten the deal and then I'd pull the trigger.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016






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Provia Aluminum Windows Prices


ProVia Aluminum Storm Windows

The ProVia storm window is considered one of the better aluminum storm windows and is essentially an insert that is placed on the outside of the existing window. (In some cases, homeowners may choose to place them on the inside of the existing window.) They offer three profiles, including a slider, a picture window or a double-hung triple track . Their storms can be ordered in 16 color options and are quite well made and constructed. Compare the ProVia storm series to Larsen storm window prices.






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