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Vytex Window Prices

Vytex window prices range from the mid to higher end of the cost of vinyl windows. Vytex is considered a good manufacturer in the vinyl market, but not necessarily a top manufacturer such as Okna or Soft-Lite. Vytex is probably a slight step up from say Simonton.

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Vytex Windows Reviews | Georgetown Series | Heritage Series

Fortis Series | Potomac-hp Series | Grandview Series



Vytex Georgetown Windows Prices


Vytex Georgetown Window

Georgetown is Vytex's entry level vinyl window and has a U factor of 0.30 with their standard glass package. It comes with the Duralite spacer and is a decent window, certainly nothing special. On the West Coast, this might be comparable to the Tuscany from Milgard Windows.






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Vytex Heritage Windows Prices


Vytex Heritage Window

The Heritage is the step up model from the Georgetown model that uses the duralite space and 7/8" double pane glass. Upgrade options include a vycore foam-filled sill and/or frame, a triplesilver glass package, Vyclear heavy duty screen amd a ThermaCore reinforced meeting rail. This window is comparable to the Affinity Advantage window.






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Vytex Fortis Windows Prices

The Fortis model is Vytex's top rated window and generally thought of as a nice unit with a good design by many contractors and installers. It has a mainframe, true welded slope, injected foam sash and mortised sill wall with a Duralite spacer. Expect a U-factor of 0.26, 0.53 on visible transmittance, 0.29 SHGC, and a DP R-50 rating - all respectable numbers. This window is comparable to the Sunrisee Verde or Vanguard - more on Sunrise window prices.


Zen Nirvana Prices vs Vytex Fortis

Hey guys, I appreciate all your insight and the reviews/comparisons you provide. We are shopping for new windows in the Cincinnati area and I believe we have it narrowed down to 2 brands/manufacturers after several different quotes and a few painful demonstrations.

There are 18 total windows to be replaced - 16 double hung and 2 4x4 picture windows. We received a quote for the Vytex Fortis that came in $8600 for windows, installation, and removal. We also received a quote from Zen Nirvana for $9500 for windows, installation, and removal. Both have full lifetime, transferable warranties. Based on specs and price the Vytex seems like the better option, but I haven't been able to find much information around a parent company. I know that the Zen is a Soft-lite product which comes with a very good reputation.

Derek - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Derek, but of those quotes look very solid, nice price point on each (although I would still see if there is wiggle room to save yourself some additional money.) Vytex is a smaller company out of Maryland, but pretty well respected in the industry. I think the Vytex Fortis quote is the better one. A lower air infiltration number and equal in terms of U-factor and design pressure (I'm not completely sure on this last one). Plus it's the cheaper of the two. The Soft-Lite Classic is a good window to be sure, but I think the Fortis is the better of the two at a lower price point. Assuming you like the Vytex rep and/or company installing the windows, I think that's your winner.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017


Vytex Fortis Pricing vs. Alside Madison

I am comparing these two choice for my home replacement needs. Here is what I have -

35 to 37 windows depending upon configuration

Vytex Fortis is about $24,000

Alside Madison is about $26,000

I do not see reviews for the Madison online. The installer told me it was a custom window just for them. It is a triple pane window about 1 to 1&1/8 inch thick. I think this window might be one of the Alside products listed online. But I do not know which. Offered by an installer on a "marketing promotion" price.

The Vytex Fortis window is two pane. But is being offered by an installer that I know and trust. I was leaning toward this choice before seeing the triple pane Alside option.

I am concerned the Alside product might be junk based on the window world reviews I see and hear.

Brian - Homeowner - from 2016

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Brian, I don't know anything about the Alside Madison window. The Alside Mezzo window is okay and the Ultramaxx is a solid mid range vinyl window. I don't care for the Sheffield or the Excalibur. So I won't recommend going with a window you know nothing about. I do, however, like the Vytex Fortis. It's a solid window. The Vytex Fortis delivers a .26 U value, .29 SHGC, .05 air infiltration and .53 VT. Very solid numbers and good features. If it were me, I would go with the Vytex -- oh yeah, and it's $2K cheaper! How often does that happen? :)

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016

[Follow Up Question]

I am also unfamiliar with the Madison by Alside - but it is a triple pane window and the salesperson represented it as having .22 u value and .22 SHGC value - is that possible? If so and if you were able to verify, would that change your opinion and willingness to spend the extra $2000?

[Site Editor's Answer]

Brian, while triple pane definitely helps with U-factor and SHGC, it doesn't help if the overall frame construction, corner welds, quality of seals are not as high quality. My own opinion is that long term, a quality-made double pane window is better than a mediocre triple pane window. I think some would argue with this, but that's my own take. Triple pane also brings in more parts to fail...I would stick with the Vytex personally.


Vytex Fortis Cost Quote

I just received a quote for replacing 18 double hung Andersen Narroline windows with Vytex Fortis. Quote is $16K. This is not a full frame replacement. Looking on websites this seems high. Your thoughts?

Johnny - Homeowner - from 2016

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It sounds high to me, I think you need to get at least two more bids to compare it to. This is the best way to 1) see if the bid is high and 2) use the competing bids to go back to the Vytex dealer (or whoever provides you with the best window and installation price and quality) and see how much wiggle room there is on their bid. I usually suggest going back and saying company X came in at X price and I want to go with you but that's right at the top of my budget. If you could match that price, I'd sign today. They might be able to match it, but they might be able to get close!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016


Vytex Fortis 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

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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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Vytex Potomac-HP Windows Prices


Vytex Potomac hp vs. Soft-Lite Pro

We have a home with 18 windows that need replacing. I have a number of bids, all on different windows. Here's what I have so far. All of them include or lead safe installation that was quoted out at roughly $65 per window.

Ideal UltraTite: $515
Vytex Potomac hp: $565
Soft-Lite Pro: $615
Simonton 6100: $695
Simonton 6500: $800

Gertrude - Homeowner - from 2017

[Site Editor's Answer]

Gertrude, of the bids you have, the two I like most are the Vytex Potomac hp: $565 and Soft-Lite Pro: $615. In fact, I would rate the Vytex Potomac hp as the best of the bunch and the price is one of the lowest. I'd say this is the clear winner in my book!

Dane - Site Editor - from 2017


Vytex Potomoc Costs

Hi, have the following quote: 11 windows

Okna 500 series deluxe - 5200

Vytex Fortis- 5450

Okna 800 deluxe- 5850

Vytex Potomac- 5850

All pricing includes installation and debris removal.

Wonder what you think of the Vytex vs Okna and the value of the upgrades of each. Thanks very much. Learned a lot on this site.

Dave - Homeowner - from 2016

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Dave, the Vytex Potomac is is very good window, but the Okna 800 Deluxe is the clear winner. The Okna 500 is also very good. The Fortis is at the bottom of this grouping, but still not a bad window. The 800 though is the way to go and that's a very good price to boot!

Tim - Site Editor - from 2016






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Vytex Grandview Windows Prices


Vytex Grandview From Window Nation

Window Nations gave me a quote on 13 vinyl windows —the Vytex GrandView was the model. They seem like good windows, but who knows? I live in Cleveland, Ohio. The bid price was $9835.00 and included grids and installation.

Leslie - Homeowner - from 2017

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A good window (not a great one but a middle of the road vinyl window), but that price is a bit high. I would see if you can't work it down a bit.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2017


Vytex Grandview, Okna 500, or Soft-lite Imperial LS

Comparing Okna 500 or 800, Vytex Grandview, and Soft-lite Imperial LS for 16 windows:

Vytex Grandview: $470 each (Window Nation, includes triple silver glass)

Okna 500 DS: $523 each (ClearView)

Soft-lite Imperial LS: $531 each (Window Nation)






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