Harvey Vigilance Windows Reviews
Explore Harvey Vigilance windows reviews, pricing, ratings and warranty information from our editors on this impact vinyl window. Harvey isn't necessarily known for their impact windows so there is not a ton of information on this window. In general, Harvey is considered a solid window manufacturer that specializes in vinyl replacement windows.
The Vigilance 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 window uses a constant force balance system, a fiberglass locking half screen and double-strength glazing.
The Harvey Vigilance impact is only available in white on the interior, but can be order in 28 exterior color options. The Vigilance can be ordered as a double hung, awning, casement and in a fixed frame, as well as in either a new construction or a replacement window.
If you are considering the Vigilance Series, be sure to get several competitive bids to compare the performance numbers (particularly the U-factor, SHGC and Air Infiltration ratings) with similarly priced models. Find impact window cost information here.
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Harvey Vigilance Window Prices
Harvey Vigilance window pricing will range from $500 to $750 fully installed for the window and installation. $250 is a pretty large price range and this is on account of different window sizes, installation requirements, upgrades sill as glass package upgrades or grids. Compare the Vigilance to Viwinco OceanView windows prices or Simonton StormBreaker Plus Cost.
-- Window Itself: $350 to $500 --
-- Installation: $75 to $250 per opening --
-- Window & Installation: $500 to $750 --
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Vigilance Window Warranty
Harvey Vigilance windows come with 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.