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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 | Titan Series



Vytex Georgetown Windows Prices

The Vytex Georgetown series is the company's entry level vinyl window that delivers a U factor of 0.30 and air infiltration of .09 with their standard glass package (both decent numbers for an entry level window.) It uses a sloped sill (much preferred to a pocket or capture sill), along with a Duralite spacer. The downside on the window is a less robust main frame than on their better windows, single strength glass, and a cheaper lock.

All in all, the Vytex Georgetown is not bad for an entry level window, but the Fortis and Potomac-hp series from Vytex are much preferred. On the West Coast, this might be comparable to the Styleline from Milgard Windows.

Tim - Site Editor


Vytex Georgetown Cost Quote

I need to replace 3 windows mulled together. I live in NC near Durham. Three Unit Window: 76W by 48H

MGM Cost Quote: $859 (Installation Not Included)

JELD-WEN V-2500 Cost Quote: $1,041 (Installation Not Included)

MI 1650 Cost Quote: $1,232 (Installation Not Included)

Pella 250 Cost Quote: $1,255 (Installation Not Included)

Pella 250 Series Cost Quote: $2,580 (Installation Included)

Window Smart Elite Collection Gold Series Cost Quote: $2,902.28 (Installation Included)

Simonton 6500 Cost Quote: $2,935 (Installation Included)

Vytex Georgetown Cost Quote: $2,995 (Installation Included)

Paige - Homeowner - from 2021


Vytex Georgetown Series Quote

Good Morning Dane, thank you for responding to my message in such detail. I'm sure you've encountered people who have gotten fatigued trying to decide on exactly what to buy given the cost involved and all of the options. In that regard, based on what you wrote and other information I've been able to gather on Vytex windows,

I'm already leaning toward the Vytex Georgetown model, which is how Window Nation is now advertising it. While it isn't top tier, everything I've come across rates it as a solid performer, so I doubt it will be a window that starts to fail in 15 years or less, and I like the idea that it will preserve an additional 1/2 of my marble window sills. In order to respect your time, instead of sending you a bunch of bids and asking for your opinion, I'll let you comment on what's going on with my bid from Window Nation and I'll use it as a baseline against which I can weight all others.

For seven 2L sliders which includes obscured glass for the bathroom, I was quoted $9187 minus $4490 in "incentives" for a total of $4697 which is good for a week. For the Fortis model, it is $6588, which is definitely outside my budget.

There was a slight problem with this since my two windows that measure 68" wide were supposed to be in three sections at 1/4, 1/2, 1/4. The price was adjusted to $558 extra for each window totaling $1116 to change both. That does sound much too high so I'll see if I can get the $558 reduced by at least the same percent as the aforementioned "incentives".

As near as I can tell, Window Nation doesn't sell the Georgetown with an option to have it foam filled, and given the price adjustment I just mentioned, I have a feeling it'll also be on the extreme side. Would such an addition also be in the $75 to $100 range per window? Furthermore, I contacted Vytex's Headquarters to find other dealers and when I told them I was working with Window Nation they said that presented a conflict of interest and wouldn't provide any information on local dealers in Pittsburgh, so finding another company selling Vytex is proving more difficult than I thought.

I have scheduled an appointment with an Okna dealer but it is after the $4697 price expires. Based on this bid and what you know about these matters, is it likely I'll get an Okna dealer or Zen Windows (Soft-lite?) to be in the ballpark? The Simonton and Polaris are much too bulky for my taste so I've ruled them out already.

Just two quick asides. Thermo Twin is a local company that prides itself on being employee owned. In any case, their windows have an R35 rating which is far below the Georgetown's R45 and the Fortis' R50, so Thermo Twin is also out of the running. Secondly, is the window installation business really booming right now? It seems each company I've contacted claims they're running like gangbusters.

In closing, thanks so much for taking the time to respond to my inquiry. I hope you're doing well in your business model and I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Take care.

John - Homeowner - from 2020

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John, the Georgetown is a solid performer as you said. I think you can make that work if that's what you decide to go with. Foam fills are not worth an extra $75 per window, that's too much. I believe you can fill out a very simple form on Vytex's website and find local dealers.

Window bids are impossible to tell, that's what I've learned in 25 years in the business. That's why I always say get a bunch. Sometimes those Okna bids are high and sometimes they are incredibly reasonable. It boggles the mind, but there are all kinds of issues at play that dictate how that bid comes in, some have nothing to do with your project.

The entire home improvement industry is really busy right now. Covid has everyone at their homes and looking to do home projects so bids are high. Keep looking and maybe one of those Zen or Okna bids will be a better deal.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2020


Vytex Georgetown Price Quote

We recently got a quoted for the Vytex Georgetown from a company called Window Nation. It included 15 double hung windows and one patio sliding door, and one horizontal sliding window.

Vytex Georgetown (Window Nation): $9420

Joe - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Joe, I'd say that's a pretty fair price on a decent but not great window. You might be able to haggle some on that price, just to see if it is indeed their best price.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2018


Vytex Windows Cost

I'm doing a remodel for a townhouse I own and need to redo 2 patio sliding doors and 4 large windows.

Vytex Georgetown (4): $2500
Vytex Georgetown Doors (2): $4400
Project Total: $6900

Tani - Homeowner - from 2018


Vytex Georgetown Price Quote

Window Nation just gave us a bid for 26 replacement windows. 11 will have tempered glass windows​. They quoted us out on the Georgetown series for $17,576.

Winnie - Homeowner - from 2018






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Vytex Heritage Windows Prices

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.

Tim - Site Editor


Vytex Heritage Window Quote

Replacing 13 windows and have a bid for the Vytex Heritage ($8590), the Sunrise Vanguard ($8235), the SoftLite Elements ($7446), and the Simonton Generations ($6910).

Keith - Homeowner - from 2011






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Vytex Fortis Windows Prices

The Fortis model is one of Vytex's top rated window (a small notch below the Potomac-hp series). It is generally thought of as a nice unit with good design and construction by many contractors and installers.

It comes standard with a true welded slope sill, injected foam sash, a Duralite spacer, and mortised sill wall. Expect a U-factor of 0.26, 0.53 on visible transmittance, 0.29 SHGC, .04 air infiltration, and a DP R-50 rating - all very impressive numbers. The Fortis is one of my picks for

This window is comparable to the Sunrise Verde or the Sunrise Vanguard.

Tim - Site Editor


Vytex Fortis Series Cost

I got a quote for the Vytex Fortis at $665 per window. I could also get the Provia Endure for the same price. Or...$50 more per window for the Sunrise Restorations. Thought this price quote might help others.

Paul - Homeowner - from 2021


Vytex Fortis Window Cost

Hi Dane and Tim, I've been looking over your website this past week and love the information you provide! I could really use your expertise in choosing my windows.

Here's my pickle:

Three companies have offered three different windows for roughly the same price.

Window Nation is offering us Great Lakes Harbor Light
Windows Express is offering Berkshire Elite
American Windows & Siding of VA is offering Vytex Fortis.

I'm having trouble comparing these brands. Is there a better window out of these options? I live in Maryland and plan to stay in the home for the next 5-10 years.

Thank you for your insight,

Jamie - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Jamie, if the prices are all about the same, then I would highly recommend the Vytex Fortis over the other two window options. The Vytex Fortis is an excellent window. Trailing well below this is theGreat Lakes Harbor Light, followed closely by the Berkshire Elite.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Vytex Fortis Cost Bids

I'm replacing nine windows and two sliding doors. My first bid is from Semper West, which uses the Vytex 7000 Fortis: $8,394. The second bid is from Zen, which the Soft-Lite Barrington window and Kingsroyal siding door: $10,118

Van - Homeowner - from 2020


Vytex Fortis vs. Ply Gem

Hey, I'm going to replace 5 windows and have two bids that I'm considering. Will you tell me which one you would go with?

Vytex Fortis Series: $5000
Pygem Premium Series : $4100

Meredith - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

The Vytex Fortis is the better value window over the Ply Gem Premium.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Vytex Fortis Pricing vs. Alside Mezzo

Hi Dane, looking for some assistance on final window decision, location SouthWest PA. Moving in 5-7 years. Live on windy hill so focused on AI #s. Asked for mid to lower mid range window options, and willing to consider better models for a 10-15% increase in cost if better quality/technology. Specified range of $400-550/window as target range. Hoped to make decision this week as I have already spent too many hours researching suppliers and installers … way too many choices! (and I like choices)

I have 18 white vinyl builder-grade windows to replace. 8 DH with grids/screens, 8 DH with screens, 2 hoppers with screens. All suppliers A rated through Angies List and BBB.

Univ Windows Direct Unishield Classic $9000, 20 yr warranty transferrable(includes labor)
Unishield Plus $13500, 30 year warranty transferrable (includes labor)

Window universe Revere Berkshire elite 2 $9400 (Mezzo copy with block and tackle lifting), lifetime warranty (parts)

Weatherseal Alside Mezzo $9500, lifetime warranty transferrable (parts)

Zen Nirvana $10310, lifetime warranty (parts)

Local company 1 Alside Mezzo $10000, lifetime warranty (parts), 3 years labor
Vytex Fortis $11000, lifetime warranty (parts), 3 years labor

Local company 2 Alside Mezzo $8400, lifetime warranty (parts), 2 years labor
Alside Fusion $7800, 20 year non-transferrable warranty

Local company 3 Alside Mezzo $7000, lifetime warranty (parts), 5 years labor

Tried finding installers of Vytex, Okna, provia without success. Mfr websites are poor for guiding you to local dealers without providing all my info and then getting bombarded by contractor calls for next 3 months.

What do you think?

Thanks!

Paul - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Paul, my three selections in order would be as follows:

The Vytex Fortis $11000, lifetime warranty (parts), 3 years labor, followed by the Zen Nirvana $10310, lifetime warranty (parts) and finally the Alside Mezzo $7000, lifetime warranty (parts), 5 years labor.

The Alside Mezzo selection would bump to the top if your time in the home is 7 years or less. If this is your long term home, then I'd go with the Vytex Fortis or the Zen Nirvana.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019


Vytex Fortis Price Quote

I'm replacing 11 larger double hungs, 5 transoms -- 27 windows in total

Option A: Vinyl-lite Model - $16.3K

Option B: Vytex Fortis Model - $17.2K

Option C: Kensington Kingston Model - $14.8K

Option 5: Ideal Majestic Model - $17.2K

Jeff - Homeowner - from 2019


Vytex Fortis Pricing vs. Zen Nirvana

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

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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

[Site Editor's Answer]

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

[Site Editor's Answer]

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

[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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Vytex Potomac-HP Windows Prices

The Potomac-hp window is the company's high end vinyl window that is impressive in its overall look, energy efficiency, and its long term value for consumers. Standard features and components include foam insulation, constant force balancing, integral interlocks, an integrated sash lock, triple weatherstripping, a magnetic seal, and a composite sash reinforcement

The Vytex Potomac-HP window can be order in 26 exterior colors, 2 interior color options, as well as a woodgrain laminate. The Potomac is relatively similar to the Vytex Fortis model, but with a few upgrades that come standard, as well as slightly better overall durability.

Tim - Site Editor


Vytex Potomac HP Price Quote

Dane, my project involves replacing 16 casement windows (6-single, 6-double, and 4-triple), 3 awning windows, and a sliding patio door. All quotes involve custom exterior color, wood-look interior.

Company A – Sun-light Imperial LS (no patio door on quote); pocket install - $30k

Company B – Okna 700; pocket install - $55k

Company C – Sunrise Restoration; full frame install - $45k

Company D – Vytex Potomac HP; pocket install - $35k

I have already eliminated Renewal by Anderson and Revere.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Pat - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Pat, hi, great quality quotes all around. So the Soft-Lite Imperial LS quote is a really good one. Let's put the patio door at $3000 and put the total bid at $33K. The Vytex Potomac HP is an excellent window/door and you have that at $35K.

The Restoration is an excellent window as well and they are charging $10 for the full replacement. That's the big question here -- pocket install or full frame? Since three of the four are suggesting pocket installs, I'm guessing this is the way to go. You lose some glass area, but it saves you $10K.

Not knowing anything about the installation companies, I'd go with the Imperial LS, the Potomac HP, and then the Restoration bid. The Okna quote looks too high to me.

However, because the quality of the windows are all so close, if this were my project, I'd be basing my decision on which company was going to do the best job on the install.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019


Vytex Potomac HP Series

Looking to replace 23 windows, 21 double hungs and 2 quarter round windows. We plan to stay in our home for a good 25 years, so we want a high quality window.

OKNA 500 Series: $630 each or $14,500 total

Kensington HP Quantum 2 Series: $635 each or $14,600 total

Soft-Lite Imperial LS Series: $700 each or $16,100 total

OKNA 800 Series: $709 each or $16,300 total

Soft-Lite Elements Series: $743 each or $17,100 total

Vytex Potomac HP Series: $766 each or $17,620 total

Simonton 6500 Series: $809 each or $18,600 total

Sunrise Restoration Series: $1209 each or $27,800 total

OKNA 600 Series: $1391 each or $32,000 total

Billy - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Billy, wow you have out done yourself on the bids. Good for you. What an array of prices! The lowest three bids are excellent. The VYtex Potomac hp is a great window, but hard to compete with that Okna 500 bid.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019


Vytex Potomac HP Window Costs

Hello, I just received a quote for the Vytex Potomac HP replacement windows. I have 16 windows and the proposed amount was roughly $8750 making each window about $546. Removal of old windows, spray foam, caulking, ect. Is included in this price. I was wondering what you thought about this price and also the Potomac HP series. We do plan on staying in our home long term.

Dave - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dave, honestly that's a really good price on the Potomac-hp window. The Potomac-hp is a top tier window that I would typically expect to go for $600 to $750 for normal replacement. $550 is a very competitive price. Assuming the company doing the install has a good reputation, I say go for it! Especially since you guys are staying there long term.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018


Vytex Potomac Price Quote

We have fifteen casements that need to be replaced. I have three pretty solid bids, but can't seem to figure out which is the best one.

Vytex Potomac Series: $11,250

Reliabilt 3900 Series: $6,875

Simonton Reflections 5500 Series: $10,995

Peter - Homeowner - from 2018

[Site Editor's Answer]

Peter, the Vytex Potomac series is the best value of the three. I'd avoid the Reliabilt 3900 series.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018


Vytex 6000 Potomac-hp Cost

We recently received a price bid on the Vytex 6000 Potomac-hp window with low-e glass, argon fills, 1/2 screens, foam filled frames and contoured grids. They are all double hung windows and were quoted out at $535 per window. Slider costs $1805.

Bill - Homeowner - from 2018


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

[Site Editor's Answer]

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

The Grandview window is typically sold by Window Nation, but made by Vytex. It isn't uncommon for a company to sell a relabeled window and in this case, the Grandview model is a good vinyl window. I wouldn't put it into the great category, but it is a solid performer and consumers can expect a .26 U-factor and .08 air infiltration rating.

The Grandview is a step down from their Fortis and Potomac-hp, but it is still a very solid vinyl window that should provide nice long term value -- depending on the price point.

Tim - Site Editor


Vytex Grandview Window Prices

Hi Tim and Dane, my wife and I live in Maryland. We're in the process of selecting replacement windows for our 2-story colonial home which was built in 1987. We still have the original Anderson 200 Series Double-Hung windows. They've served us well, but it's time for an upgrade!

Your website has been tremendously helpful, with so much information organized in one location. Without it, it sure feels like the "wild west" trying to research replacement window options, specifications, reviews, and pricing. Thank you!

We've received a number of quotes, and would really appreciate your perspective and guidance as we make our final decision. We plan to remain in our home for the foreseeable future and are looking for a good quality window that will perform well and last.

Here are the quotes we've received for 14 Double Hung Windows:

Renewal by Anderson $26,562

Wincore 7700S $12,708

Vytex Potomac $12,396

Power Home Remodeling $11,700

Sunrise U-Glass $10,891

Vytex Grandview $9,596

Revere Berkshire Elite $8,393

We've ruled out Renewal and Revere, but would appreciate your perspective on the products shaded in green. Are there any others you'd suggest we take a look at?

Thanks in advance for your assistance!

Dave - Homeowner - from 2020

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Dave, those are some solid bids. Not cheap, but a good grouping, which tells me that those mid prices are probably market value for your project. The Sunrise is the best value in my opinion. My second pick in terms of long term value would be the Vytex Potomac. However, Sunrise makes a very solid window and assuming good installation, these windows should serve you well for a long long time.

If this were my project, I would go back to the Sunrise dealer and tell him your budget for this project was $10,000 and ask if there is anyway he could get down to that price. If he can, tell him you are all ready to sign the work order and that you are flexible on project date. See what he says....

Tim - Site Editor - from 2020


Vytex Grandview Window Bid

We have a bid on 22 windows, specifically the Grandview at $17,400. To upgrade to the Potomac would be $21,000.

Thanks.

Dana - Homeowner - from 2020


Vytex Grandview Bid

Hi, I have two window bids, the Sunrise Essentials for $14,735 or the Vytex Grandview for $18,529. The project involves 30 double hung windows and from what I can tell the installation quality would be similar in quality.

Bill - Homeowner - from 2018


Vytex Grandview Series Cost

I have 14 pocket windows that I need replaced and so far the bid prices seem quite high. Each of the windows includes tempered glass and full grids, which I know adds to the price.

Soft-Lite Imperial LS Series (triple pane): $915 per window
Marvin Infinity Series: $1500 per window
Vytex Grandview Series: $770 per window

Brett - Homeowner - from 2017


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

[Site Editor's Answer]

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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Vytex Titan Windows Prices


Vytex Titan Cost Quote

I just had a quote on the Vytex Titan. 18 windows for a little over $13,000. 4 of the 18 are actually 2 double windows, that salesman said are welded together. Also included are "GRIDS".

He said wherever I choose to buy my windows to make sure they are sealed at all corners as well as without coated metal as it tends to rust quickly. Lots of other info given but it was somewhat confusing. Does this sound reasonable and a good product for replacement?

Deecee - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Deecee, I've actually never heard of the Vytex Titan window. The company offers three windows, the Potomac-hp, the Fortis and the Georgetown series. If you call up the Vytex rep and ask them which model the Titan is (I'm guessing it's one of these models, but simply a relabel). It's possible that there are some minor tweaks to the Titan that separates it from one of these three standard window series. If you can tell me which model it is, I can tell you if the $13K is a decent price.

I'll say this though, you should get a couple more bids from local companies in order to truly know if the Vytex bid is competitive. There are too many unknowns with one bid. Three or four will give the proper comparison to really look at pricing and winnow out any outliers (there are always one or two that are just too expensive for what you're getting).

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019






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