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Explore Revere windows prices on the Amherst Plus, Berkshire Elite and Sovereign window series.

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Revere Amherst Plus Windows Prices


Revere Amherst Plus Window Cost

The Revere Amherst Plus is the economy vinyl window option from Revere. Consumers can expect to pay $30 to $40 per square foot for the window itself. Typically, installation will run $50 for simple inserts and $100 to $150 for standard installation per opening. Fully installed Revere Amherst window costs will run $45 to $60 per square foot. The Revere Amherst can be compared with the Ellison 1300 Series, explore all Ellison windows prices.






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Berkshire Elite Windows Prices


Revere Berkshire Elite Cost

Hi, I'm looking to change out 17 double hungs.

Okna 500 Windows (Deluxe Glass Package): $7820
MI 1650 Windows: $6940
Vinylmax Edison Windows: $5870
Berkshire Elite Model (Sustain-A-View Glass): $7500

Virginia - Homeowner - from 2017


Berkshire Elite vs Window World 6000 And Zen Windows

Wow, after reading a ton of reviews on your site, I have become overwhelmed. There are a lot of window manufacturers and a big price difference. Here's the quotes that I've gotten:

Window World 6000 - $8201

NT Windows Presidential - $11387

Berkshire Elite - $9700

Zen - $15980

Sunrise - $15730

I live near Dallas, TX and have 22 windows with 2 being odd shaped with arches on them that I have found to be really expensive. I want a good window, but I don't need anything fancy or anything. Is there really that big of a difference in quality in these manufacturers? What are your thoughts on these? Is there another manufacturer that I should consider that would be a good value for the money?

Joseph- Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Joseph, you are right that the process can get overwhelming, but you have a bunch of bids so you've done your due diligence and now let's take a look.

I rarely to never recommend the Window World and I'm not about to now. The one caveat to this would be if you know that the Window World in your area has a great reputation -- some do. If you know this isn't your forever home, you could consider it.

NT Presidential is quite a decent window -- a solid mid range

The Berkshire Elite is a good window, but I'd probably rather the NT with the added costs.

Normally, I recommend the Zen and Sunrise, but that seems kind of steep to me.

Call up a Don Young dealer in your area and get a quote on their vinyl windows -- they also make a great aluminum thermally broken window as well.

Shoot me back this quote and let's go from there!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017


Berkshire Elite Costs vs Window World

I'm so confused about purchasing replacement windows for my home built in the 80's. I have until Wednesday November 23rd the cancel my contract with Window World. They have quoted replacement windows in the Series 4000.

I am also talking with Window Universe they have quoted the Berkshire Elite. Both bids are within $400 of each other, but without having Window Universe physically being at the "job site" I'm concerned they may not be able to realize any special needs.

What I'm talking about is the Window World was at my home and indicated they would need to frame most of my windows with 1x4 cedar due to the thickness of the replacement window.

Sir, if at all possible please help me in anyway you can, I'm nearing retirement and cannot afford to make an expensive mistake. Also both bids are between $4200 and $4600.

The Simonton Asure (5050) was double the cost.

Stacy - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

The Berkshire Elite is going to be the better window by far than the Window World 4000, which is one of the worst windows out there. The Berkshire Elite is better than the Simton Asure in my opinion so obviously don’t pay double for that.

Assuming you trust the company doing the install on the Berkshire, I think that is a good option that won’t break the bank.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Revere Berkshire Elite Windows Prices

The Revere Berkshire Elite is the mid grade vinyl window option from Revere. Consumers can expect to pay $35 to $45 per square foot for the window itself. Typically, installation will run $50 for simple inserts and $100 to $150 for standard installation per opening. Fully installed Revere Berkshire Elite window costs will run $50 to $65 per square foot. The Revere Berkshire model can be compared with Alside Sheffield pricing.


Berkshire Elite Price Quote

Dane, we had another company come out and quote us Soft Lite Imperial LS windows. In total, we need 14 windows and a 6ft patio door. Both quotes are for triple pane, although the Berkshire Elite features double coatings of low E, making its U factor slightly lower than the Imperial LS (.22 vs .24).

Berkshire Elite quote: $9,044 and includes lifetime warranty on all windows, replacement parts and labor. Note this quote is from Window Universe and all reviews are extremely favorable.

Soft-Lite Imperial LS quote: $10,151 and includes a more limited lifetime warranty on the windows, but only 1 year on the labor. This quote is from The Mintz Co. (aka Comfort Seal) and reviews are more limited, but still positive. We're having a tough time deciding between the two. Obviously the Imperial LS is a higher quality window, but the reviews with Window Universe in the Cleveland area are excellent.

Shannon - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Answer]

Shannon, if it were me, I would spend the extra $1K and go with the Imperial LS without hesitation. While the U-factor might be a bit lower, I have NO DOUBT that the air infiltration on the Imperial LS is much lower. The Imperial LS is a great window and honestly you will be better served long term going with a great vinyl window like the Imperial LS.

Triple pane is nice and all, but it also means more movable parts to fail over the years…

Just my two cents :)

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Revere Berkshire Window Costs

I have 15 windows that need to be replaced. So far I have...

Revere Berkshire Series (triple pane) - $9K
Vytex Fortis - $10K
Vytex Potomac-HP - $11K
Thermal Industries Park Avenue (triple pane) - $14K

John - Homeowner - from 2011

[Site Editor's Response]

John, I like the Vytex Fortis and Potomac-HP bids. The Revere Berkshire Series is a decent enough window, but I'd spend the extra $2K on the Potomac-HP myself. The Thermal Industries price seems too high to me compared to the other three.

Steve - Installer - from 2010






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Revere Sovereign Windows Prices


Revere Sovereign Window Costs

The Revere Sovereign Series is the premium vinyl window option from Revere. Consumers can expect to pay $40 to $50 per square foot for the window itself. Typically, installation will run $50 for simple inserts and $100 to $150 for standard installation per opening. Fully installed Revere Sovereign window costs will run $55 to $70 per square foot. The Revere Sovereign model can be compared with Alside Preservation costs.


Revere Sovereign Costs

5 DHS (triple pane)
Sizes: 31" x 61" (3), 35" x 54" (2)
Cost: $3540 ($708 per window)
Project Year: 2011


Revere Berkshire Price

15 Single Hungs (triple pane)
Sizes: NA
Cost: $9,000 ($600 per window)
Project Year: 2010






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