Harvey Windows Prices & Costs

Harvey windows prices run anywhere from $35 to $75 per square foot for the window itself. Harvey window costs are in the mid to higher end of the vinyl window price range. In addition to their vinyl windows, the company also manufactures wood clad, storm and noise reducing window models and series.

Harvey is headquartered in Waltham Massachusetts and is a popular choice in the state, as well as throughout the North East. In general, Harvey makes good solid vinyl windows, although they aren't particularly cheap. The company has a good reputation for quality products and customer service.

Review By John M. - Site Editor - 2015

Harvey Slimline Windows Cost

The Harvey Slimline Series is the company's entry level window that is going to be the most affordable option from Harvey. The Slimline uses a thinner vinyl frame, 1/4" thinner than the upgraded Classic and Tribute vinyl window options.

-- Window Itself: $30 to $40 per square foot --

Harvey Slimline Window Reviews

Harvey Classic Windows Price

The Harvey Classic Series is the company's most popular window and comes in a variety of options that includes 28 exterior color options and 6 interior color options. Here are some replacement window price estimates for a normal sized window with standard installation.

-- Window Itself: $35 to $45 per square foot --

Harvey Classic Windows Reviews

Harvey Tribute Window Prices

The Harvey Tribute Series is the premium vinyl window that includes some nice features and upgrades. It uses the same mainframe and sash as the Classic, but comes with upgraded sash locks, interior woodgrain finish option, enhanced half screen and two Anti-theft ventilation latches.

-- Window Itself: $40 to $50 per square foot --

Harvey Tribute Windows Reviews

Harvey Vigilance Window Prices

The Harvey Vigilance Series is designed for hurricane prone areas and should conform to most coastal building codes (always check with your contractor to insure that this is the case for your location and county). The Vigilance can be ordered as a double hung, awning, casement and in a fixed frame.

-- Window Itself: $55 to $65 per square foot --

Harvey Vigilance Window Reviews

Harvey Majesty Windows Price

The Harvey Majesty Series is a wood clad window is a replacement window that are the company's solid pine wood window that uses an aluminum exterior cladding that comes in either a casement or a double hung.

-- Window Itself: $60 to $75 per square foot --

Harvey Majesty Windows Reviews

Harvey Acoustic Windows Price

The Harvey Acoustic Series uses a vinyl mainframe and sash and are built as a soundproof window that has an STC raing of 44 in the double hung, rolling and picture window options. (The casement has an STC rating of 40.)

-- Window Itself: $55 to $65 per square foot--

Harvey Acoustic Window Reviews

Harvey Storm Windows Pricing

Harvey storm window inserts can be ordered in one of four styles that are much cheaper than full replacements and provide a decent option for certain situations. They do have some drawbacks that consumer should be aware of before purchasing. Their storm models include the Tru-Channel, Rolling Storm, Picture amd Deadlite models.

-- Window Itself: $20 to $30 per square foot --

Harvey Storm Reviews

Harvey Windows Warranty

Harvey offers a Lifetime Warranty that covers the extrusion, screens, and all of the components such as locks, balances, sash retainers, hardware, etc. The insulated glass unit carries a 20 year warranty. The warranty is transferrable to one subsequent owner, although the second owner's warranty has only a 20 year warranty period (instead of the lifetime) from the original date of manufacture.

In general, the warranty is pretty standard in the industry. Always read the latest warranty information for any window you are considering buying to double check no changes have been made to the warranty terms, etc.

Harvey Windows Reviews

Do you have a question about Harvey Windows? Our site editors, John and Jim, can help you get the best info on cost, upgrades, installation, contractor pricing, and help you analyze your project quotes for your next home window replacement purchase.

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Harvey vs Seaway

I wanted to compare the Harvey line vs. Mezzo vs. Seaway. I read some unfavorable reviews on the Harvey line and their customer service so I was a little nervous.

Brad - Homeowner - November 1, 2016

Website Editor's Answer

I would say that Seaway and Harvey are on par with one another, assuming you are comparing their premium series against one another, etc.

Editor Jim R. - November 1, 2016