Revere Windows Prices

Explore Revere windows prices on their Amherst Plus, Berkshire Elite and Sovereign vinyl window models. Revere Windows And Siding was owned by Gentek, who was then bought by Associated Materials, a large building supply conglomerate that owns Preservation and Alside windows, as well as a whole host of other siding companies.

There aren't many contractors or industry experts out there who would put Revere vinyl windows anywhere near the top of the heap. Their higher end Sovereign, and to a lesser extent the Berkshire Elite, is a decent vinyl window. The construction and durability aren't stellar though.

I think given the right price point, these two vinyl windows might be acceptable options, but honestly there are other brands and manufacturers that I would recommend over Revere or Alside.

Review By Jim R. - Site Editor - 2016

Revere Windows Cost

Revere windows costs will run from about the lower middle of the pack to the higher end of the vinyl window price structure. The Sovereign is often marketed as an elite window and often pitched at a high price point by many of its reps. I would be wary of paying a premium price for any of the Revere vinyl windows.

Revere Amherst Plus Series - $35 to $45 per square foot

Revere Berkshire Elite Series - $45 to $55 per square foot

Revere Sovereign Series - $50 to $60 per square foot

Revere Windows Ratings

The following performance numbers posted refer to a double hung with in a single low-e glass and argon fills.

Revere Amherst Plus Window: No Performance Data Available

Revere Berkshire Elite: .28 U Factor, .28 SHGC, .50 VT, .03 AL, DP50

Revere Sovereign Window: No Performance Data Available

Revere Windows Warranty

The Revere window warranty is a limited lifetime warranty on the sash, frame, screen components, and the insulating glass unit. It also includes a 1 year labor installation provision, although it doesn't spell out exactly what this covers and what costs the consumer is still responsive for. The warranty can be transferred to a subsequent homeowner, and the warranty is then good for 30 years from the date of purchase. As well the new homeowner is on a pro rated schedule, meaning the company pays for an increasingly lower percentage of the replacement cost depending on how long the homeowner has owned the windows.

We recommend that consumers read the Revere warranty in full before purchase so that you will understand exactly what you are getting. The warranty is more or less a single page.

Revere Windows Reviews

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