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Provia Aspect Windows Reviews

Explore Provia Aspect Windows reviews, prices, and ratings from consumers and industry experts on this quality vinyl window series. The Aspect is ProVia's drop down window. What does this mean? The Endure series is the company premium series. The Aspect is the model just below this. Still, the Aspect is a high quality vinyl window.

Have a Provia Aspect question or quote that you need help with? Dane - Site Editor

Provia Aspect Cost: $$$
(3 out of 5)
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Aspect Series Information

The Aspect comes standard with the following features: warm-edge spacer, BetterVue® mesh screen, triple weatherstripping. 3 1/4" frame depth, and multi-chambered sash and frame. The Aspect differs from the Provia Endure series in the following ways: the Aspect has the lighter frame, doesn't come with dual tech locks, integral interlock rail, or have an internal frame insulation.

"The bottom line for me is this - the Aspect series is a very good contender at the right price point. Not quite as good as the Endure, but not all that far off either."

ProVia Aspect Ratings

The Aspect double hung casement delivers a .05 AI rating, as well as a DP50. In plain english, this is .05 air infiltration and design pressure of 50 - both very impressive numbers.

Series Rating: 7.5 out of 10

ProVia Warranty

The ProVia warranty is one of the best out there. It is a limited lifetime on windows and patio doors - specifically that they will be free from manufacturing defects. This applies to the frame, sash, insulated glass unit, hardward, and all components. Flexscreens and Screen frames carry a lifetime warranty.

The warranty includes a lifetime provision for glass breakage (if as a result of manufacturing defect). As well, it is transferable to one additional owner of the home - homeowners have to notify ProVia within 30 days of title transfer. Patio handles are warranted for just one year. Internal blinds carry a 10 year warranty. Garden windows, bays, and bows are warranted for 10 years.

Dane - Site Editor - Page Last Updated: May 20, 2024

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Provia Aspect vs Endure

I found your website to be very helpful and would like to get your list of recommended windows for my area. I live in northern Delaware, plan to remain in my home for the long term, and think I'm primarily interested in vinyl windows. So far, I've found companies offering:

Provia Endure & Aspect windows. Okna windows (They're recommending the 500 & 6oo models). Vytex Georgetown, Fortis & Potomac hp windows (They're recommending the Fortis line). Another company told me they stopped selling Vytex windows because of problems customer support from Vytex. Have you heard of any complaints about Vytex?

Pella windows. Window Universe is pushing the Gentek Signature Elite, but also offers any of the windows made by Revere or Alside. (Are any of the windows from Gentek, Revere, or Alside on par with the Okna 500 or 600 or the Vytex Fortis windows)? Marvin Elevate fiberglass window Andersen & Reveal by Andersen are available, but not of interest to me. I haven't yet found an in-state dealers for Sunrise or Soft-Lite windows. Looking forward to seeing you recommended list for my area.

Jeff - Homeowner - from 2024

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Jeff, you're on your way with some fantastic brands and series! I like all of the following: Provia Endure & Aspect, Okna 500 & 600, Vytex Fortis & Potomac hp windows. I have write ups on all of these on my vytex windows reviews page for example. The Marvin Elevate is excellent - quite pricey though for that fiberglass, but a worthwhile investment if you can handle the hit.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

ProVia Aspect vs Joyce Trinity

Hi Dane, I got quote from window depot (install by maintenance free windows) for 6 windows Installed $4430.00 brand Joyce Trinity with energy star. Another for Provia Aspect for $6500. and Gentek Signature Elite for $5379. Lowes gave me for Atrium RB Series 3500 is $5346.

I am getting quote from sunrise dealer in next week. If sunrise quote come close to these should I go with Sunrise Windows or if too high which one you suggest to go with provia aspect is seems too high. Please help me to decide which one is better option for me. I be planning to stay in home for atleast 10 years. I had 18 windows but thinking to change windows in phases. Also any advise on 42'' full screen back door. Thanks again.

Chetan - Homeowner - from 2024

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Chetan, I think the Joyce Trinity window is a very solid option (and is obviously the lowest price point of the bunch). I like the ProVia Aspect a bit more, but that is a significant price increase over the Trinity option. The Sunrise "Classic or Standard" is on par with the Aspect - so I would say you can use that "quality guage" to evaluate the Sunrise Windows cost bid when you receive it.

In terms of doors, ProVia makes the best doors in the business, but Joyce makes a good door as well. In general, the quality of a particular company's patio and entry/back doors is equal to the quality of their windows. Not always true, but I would say it is true with the brands you are looking at for your project.

I think you have a winner in the Joyce Trinity as long as the company doing the installation has good to great reviews.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

Aspect vs Soft-Lite Pro

Dane, we recently had a local company who carried Softlight and Provia give us bids. The Soft-light was on want to say the Pro series and the Provia they carried was called the Aspect. I was wondering what you thought was the better option? They offered them at nearly the exact same cost and the company has very good online reviews.

Charlie - Homeowner - from 2024

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Charlie, I think I would give the edge to the ProVia Aspect. But by a very slim margin. I really like Soft-Lite products, but I think the Pro vs Aspect, I think the aspect might went out. I don’t think you can go wrong with either, especially if the company doing the work has a good reputation for professional installations.

I think my only advice here would be to get two or three more bids just to see what else is out there, and to make sure that the price point on the windows is fair and reasonable. It’s tough to tell whether you’re getting a fair deal if you just have one company's bid and nothing to compare with.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2024

Provia Aspect Windows Reviews

Looking to swap out two sliding patio doors and 10 double hungs. My bids are listed below. I live here in the Maryland area dear DC.

Provia Aspect - $10.5K
SoftLite Classic Plus - $10.7K (Soft-Lite Windows Reviews)
Provia Endure - $13.1K
Pella 250 Series - $13.8K

Roger - Homeowner - from 2023

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Roger, the ProVia Aspect would be the winner here for me. I do like the ProVia Endure better, but not at that price premium. If this were my forever home, I would probably do the Endure. If not, I'd stick with the Aspect.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

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