ProVia Integra Windows Reviews

The ProVia Integra window is the company's original replacement vinyl window and can be ordered in either the 200 or the slightly upgraded 300 model. The Integra 200 window offers a block and tackle balancing system, an aluminum reinforced sash, a sloped sill, a fusion welded sash and frame, simple clear glass and a square sash profile.

The ProVia Integra 300 window is the upgraded vinyl model and comes standard with all of the same standard features as the 200 model, plus several nice upgrades that include a cove sash profile for a more traditional look (instead of the square sash profile on the 200), upgraded Low-E glass, a low profile lock and tilt latch, along with two double vent locks.

The Integra Series can be ordered as a double hung, casement, awning, horizontal slider, picture, bay, bow and garden window. The Integra window is a decent, middle-of-the-road vinyl window that, given proper installation, should be fine for homeowners who want a

Review By John M. - Site Editor - 2015

ProVia Integra Windows Cost

Consumers can expect to pay $35 to $50 per square foot for the Integra vinyl window, depending on the model you choose and the upgrades you opt for. Standard installation should run between $50 and $150 per opening. Compare the ProVia Integra Series to Great Lakes Seabrooke windows and Jeld Wen Premium Vinyl prices.

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

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ProVia Integra Windows Ratings

The Integra window offers some pretty nice performance numbers with the low-e, argon gas with grids. The Integra 300 model in a double hung with the low-e glass package should generate a u-factor of 0.30 and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient 0.26.

The Integra 200 model in a double hung with the low-e glass package should generate a .30 U-factor, .49 VT and .27 SHGC.

ProVia Integra Window Warranty

The ProVia Integra includes a lifetime warranty 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.

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