ProVia Aeris Windows Reviews

The ProVia Aeris window is available in 3 different models that include the WX100, VT700 and the VT800. The Aeris WX100 series uses a real wood interior with an exterior vinyl cladding and can be ordered in an oak, cherry or maple wood. In addition, the WX100 window is available in over 30 interior stain and/or color options, as well as 5 exterior color choices.

The Aeris is also available as a vinyl interior/exterior option with the VT700 and VT800 models. The VT700 is the lower end model and comes standard with a block and tackle balancing system, a sloped sill, aluminum reinforced sash, multilock system and a fusion welded frame and sash. In general, this is a well made vinyl window unit.

The upgraded Aeris VT800 window includes the same features as the VT700 model, along several additional color options and an upgraded cove sash profile. The VT800 model will typically run $50 to $75 more per window for the additional features and color options.

Review By John M. - Site Editor - 2015

ProVia Aeris Window Costs

Consumers can expect to pay $55 to $65 per sq ft for the ProVia Aeris window itself and $50 to $150 for installation per opening. Consumers can compare the ProVia Aeris to either Marvin Integrity Ultex windows costs or to Affinity window prices.

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

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Provia Aeris Windows Ratings

The ProVia Aeris WX100 wood clad window in the double hung should generate performance numbers of roughly .28 U-value, .26 SHGC, .47 VT and an Air Infiltration of .10. These are generally good numbers, although that AI of .10 is a touch higher than I'd like to see.

The Aeris VT824 Casement window, with low-e glass, argon fills and grids, will generate performance numbers of .27 U-Factor, .26 SHGC, and .45 VT.

Provia Aeris Window Warranty

The ProVia Aeris window warranty includes a lifetime provision on workmanship and materials of the vinyl frame to the original owner. This lifetime warranty also applies to all of the hardware on the windows, the insulated glass units, glass breakage (from manufacturing defects), and the exterior screens.

The warranty is transferrable to 1 subsequent owner and requires them to register the warranty transfer and also requires them to pay a one time $50 fee. There are a number of limitations and exclusions that apply so we urge consumers to read the ProVia window warranty in its entirety prior to purchasing.

ProVia Aeris Windows Reviews

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ProVia Aeris wx1000 Model


Mike
April 27, 2016
The Provia replacement windows Aeris line ...... How good are these windows? Specifically the wx1000 model window.


Editor John M.
April 27, 2016
Mike, in general ProVia has a good reputation in the industry and the wx100 is a very nice looking wood clad window. I'm always a bit reticent about recommending wood for consumers because I worry that there will be issues with them down the road. I think in general, if you are willing to maintain the wood windows and are fine with a 10 or 20 year warranty (I'm not sure what ProVia offers on the wx100) then I think you are getting a nice wood window that should offer some good value.

I'd love to hear the project price and how many windows etc. in so I can pass this information onto other consumers if you get a chance. Thanks!