ProVia Endure Windows Reviews

The ProVia Endure window is the company's premium vinyl window and their most energy efficient. While the Endure is perhaps not as quite as strong a performer as the really elite vinyl windows, I would place it in the lower end of the top tier vinyl windows overall. ProVia began as a door company and their doors are some of the best in the business. They manufacture good windows, just maybe not truly great windows. Yet.

The ProVia Endure specs on the double hung include a 0.05 air infiltration, design pressure of 50, U-factor of .28 and SHGC of .27. All in all, quite good numbers. The casement delivers an air infiltration numbers of .02, which is even more impressive.

The Endure comes standard with a block and tackle balance, dual balance jamb covers, thermal sill reinforcement, a Super Spacer and recessed locks. All in all, the Endure is a very good window that consumers would do well to strongly consider if the price point is right.

Review By John M. - Site Editor

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ProVia Endure Window Costs

The ProVia Endure should run approximately $500 to $750 fully installed. There are some 20 factors that will affect this rather considerable price range: window type, size, upgrades, glass, and installation requirements to name a few. Window installation typically accounts for 25% to 35% of the per window price. Comparably priced windows are going to include the Okna 500 window and the Sunrise Classic.

-- Window Itself: $400 to $500 --

-- Installation: $75 to $250 per opening --

-- Window & Installation: $500 to $750 --

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Provia Endure Window Warranty

The ProVia Endure 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 Endure Windows Reviews

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Provia Endure Window Bids

Hi John, I was quoted $20K to replace 19 windows with Provia Endure Vynil Windows.

I live in Minneapolis, MN. There are 13 45" x 23.75" windows and 6 65" x 23.75" windows.

I'm wondering if I'm overpaying. Please advise ASAP.

Thank you.

Win - Homeowner - May, 2022

Website Editor's Answer

Win, that isn't necessarily a bad price, especially if you are doing full frame installation. For retrofit installation, it's probably too high a price. Regardless, I always suggest a few more bids to suss out what other local companies bid out your project at -- this is the only real way to understand if the ProVia bid is fair or not. I can send you some possible options and brands to look for if you are interested.

Editor John M. - May, 2022

ProVia Endure EN600 Series Cost

Hi John, I hope this isn't a bother for you, but can you give me your thoughts on the attached quote. If you're too busy I understand.

Provia endure en600 series

Total price is 22,946 on 27 windows, many of which are larger or are double casements.

Todd - Homeowner - May, 2022

Website Editor's Answer

Todd, this price looks pretty fair to me based on the sizes and configurations. I'm not saying you shouldn't perhaps get a couple more bids to see if other reps would charge you a lower cost, but for the ProVia Endure EN600 series, this looks like a great start.

Editor John - June, 2022

ProVia Endure vs. Soft-Lite Pro

Jim, I'm replacing eight windows and one sliding glass door. Each of the three installation companies has a good reputation and online reviews. I live in Southern PA where we get some tough weather conditions.

Okna 600 Cost - $17K

ProVia Endure Cost - $15K

Soft-Lite Pro Cost - $12K

Matt - Homeowner - May, 2022

Website Editor's Answer

Matt, while each of these windows is a very good option, I would say either the Okna 600 or ProVia Endure would be my picks. The Soft-Lite Pro is still an excellent window, it's just not quite as good as the other two options.

Editor Jim R. - May, 2022

ProVia Endure Series Costs vs. Sunrise Vanguard

Hi Jim, I have been doing a lot of research based on your input and have some updates and some questions I hope you can help me with. Let me just say, searching for windows is not for the faint of heart and has been challenging for me. All of the quotes are for 18 - 32 x 63 windows and 1 over the shower transom.

From Ecoview which as a lifetime warranty on the entire window and installation. Their combined rating is 4.2. The salesman was ok and the quote is good for a year. The challenge I had was that once I started asking questions, the owner took over and he was pretty condescending. From calling the Sunrise manufacturer, I also found out that Ecoview is my local dealer for that window as well but the owner was not very helpful and clearly did not want to quote Sunrise windows. He said they had issues with the windows.

Simonton 5050 - 12,635

Simonton 5500 - 16,851

Sunrise Vanguard and Sunrise Verde - 21,709, per the owner there is not a big difference between the 2 so the quote is the same

Green Energy - I could not get a rating on the local company in Wilmington, NC no matter where I looked. The original bid was 18.655, then went down to 16,100 if I didn't finance, then they dropped to 14,500 when they found out I was getting a quote from Provia. Her emphasis was on the window being laminated. I do live on a busy road so she is aware that noise reduction is important to me.

I had a quote from Windows Universe on the Berkshire Elite but somehow they goofed up my zip code and I later found that they won't install in my area although they will provide windows. I experienced the same with Okna and many other window companies from the list you provided.

Finally, I checked the Provia manufacturer and found that America's Best Choice in Wilmington carries the brand. The man who came out did the best job of looking at my current windows, pointing out where my current windows are failing, and what he will do to rectify. The other thing I liked is that my double and triple windows will come from the factory as doubles and triples. This sounds like it would be a better fit but I could be very wrong. This would also be a new construction window and he explained that he will remove my siding as well as how he will seal the windows.

However, when it comes to researching reviews and ratings I am struggling. Initially I was going to nix the dealer until I realized the location I found was in Roswell, GA. This business is located in Castle Hayne, and the installer is MKS Construction which I also can't find information on. I hate to give up on Provia and this bid, so I emailed the owner and requested referrals and places I could look at. I will also go to the business location to see if it's an actual staffed location. Do you have any other ideas I should pursue to research this business?

Provia Endure - 14,900 I tried to figure out if these are laminated as I've noticed during research that this is supposed to be associated with noise reduction..In one Provia site it was listed as an option and another as standard so I'm confused on that front. Is laminate something important to noise reduction and if so, should I add this as an option if this installer can provide referrals?

Thank you so much for your help.

Karen - Homeowner - March, 2022

Website Editor's Answer

Karen, I really like the ProVia Endure and the price is great. I agree that who is doing the work is a bit confusing. Is this them perhaps -- see link below -- if so, 21 five star reviews is a solid track record... https://www.homeadvisor.com/rated.MKSConstruction.35805399.html

I like the Sunrise Vanguard or Verde for $21K if this is your forever home and you absolutely loved the company doing the work, but it doesn't sound like that. I think I would nix this one.

If you can't find out anything about Green Energy (I couldn't either), they can't be that reputable -- how could you have NO information about you on the internet? I would nix this one.

I would concentrate on the ProVia Endure bid and really nail down the company doing the work. I would insist on getting their best installation team to come do the work.

As far as laminated glass goes, yes this will have some noise reduction. You could also ask about a glass thickness offset -- many window series are offered in a noise reduction package.

Editor Jim R. - March, 2022

ProVia Endure Cost vs. Polaris UltraWeld

I have 24 windows and one Sliding Patio Door and have these four bids.

ProVia Endure Cost: $18,590

Sunrise Window Cost: $19,290

Polaris UltraWeld Cost: $19,678

Andersen 100-Series: $21,522

Jerry - Homeowner - June, 2021

Website Editor's Answer

Jerry y order would be ProVia Endure, Polaris UltraWeld, Sunrise, and the Anderson 100.

Editor Jim R. - June, 2021

Provia Endure Window Prices

Hello, I live in the Northern Virginia area and I am considering two quotes for 18 window replacements and seeking your opinion:

$10,200 for ProVia Endure, 5 year warranty on labor

$12,600 for Sunrise Restorations, 10 year warranty on installation

Is warranty on windows ultimately determined by the window manufacturer? Any tips on how to best determine the competency of the companies who would install the windows?

Thank you.

Valarie - Homeowner - March, 2021

Website Editor's Answer

Valarie, the window warranty is through the window manufacturer. Probably very similar between these two products. The labor or installation warranty is through the dealer. Typically, from years 5 to 10 you will not have any labor issues come up. The Sunrise Restorations is the better window here. However, the ProVia Endure is very good as well.

If this was my forever home, I might opt for the Sunrise Restorations. If there was any questions on that point, I would probably stick with the ProVia Endure myself. Still a great window and you save $2400, which you can then spend on another part of your home.

Editor Jim R. - March, 2021

Provia Endure Price Quote

Hi Jim, we’re in Maryland and are looking to replace our doors and windows.

4 sliding patio doors, 1 picture window with three panels, 3 sliding windows, a curved transom above one of the sliding doors, and an entry door + storm door. Pretty much every company that has come in has said our sliding doors are odd sizes.

We’ve gotten quotes from three companies and are quite confused, here’s what we have in terms of quotes:

(1) Sunrise Verde $31,625. They are an authorized dealer/ installer so the Sunrise warranty should hold up better.

(2) Provia Endure $25, 210. General windows/ exteriors contractor.

(3) $23,210 for a Custom line (Prodigy) made by Vytex for a window installation company (.26 U Factor and .21 SHGC) but can’t find any reviews for the line since it’s only made for this company.

Any help and suggestions would be really appreciated.

Also, I’m not sure how often you post questions on your website, but I would appreciate it if you didn’t include my personal information if you do post this question on your website.

Thank you.

Sandy - Homeowner - November, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

Sandy, the Vytex Prodigy is, so far as I know, the same window as the Vytex Fortis. It's relabeled and sold through an exclusive dealer and is quite a good window. The fact is, all three of these windows are very good. Because there are so many doors in this equation, I think I would put the ProVia Endure windows and doors at the top. ProVia makes an excellent door and this is where this company got its start.

The Sunrise Verde is excellent, but I'm not sure I would be able to justify spending $8k plus more for this over the Prodigy. So...my second spot might be the Prodigy by Vytex.

Certainly the installation company has to be a huge factor. If the contractor doing the ProVia has good experience installing these and you trust them, then this is where I would go first.

Editor Jim R. - November, 2020

Provia Endure Windows vs. Pella

Pella 250 vs Slocomb 643 Solstice Series vs Provia Endure vs Harvey Slimline. Hello, I have 4 different window quotes for 13 windows and am not sure how to rank these when it pertains to quality and performance. I also want to understand whether Pella is worth the price.

Pella = $12.5k
Slocomb = $8k small company doing the installation
Harvey = $9.6k
Provia Endure = $9.3k

Chris - Homeowner - November, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

Chris, for me the clear winner in your four bids is the ProVia Endure, which is an excellent window. I think the Slocomb Solstice would be a second pick, but pretty far down the line from the ProVia. Then the Harvey Slimline and then the Pella 250 at $12.5K.

Editor Jim R. - November, 2020

Provia Endure Windows Customer Reviews

I am replacing 42 individual windows in my home. 15 of them are to be laminated glass (to deter unwanted entry in various areas). The prices are similar but Provia Endure 600 is $3000 more than the Wincore 7700. Please consider energy efficiency, whose laminated windows are best, and which windows in your opinion is the best window overall whatever the reason etc.

I live in Ohio and am 1 hr from Sugarcreek(Provia) and 2-2 1/2 hrs from Parkersburg (Wincore). In the past I have had experience with Pella, Anderson, and Peachtree. A $3000 diffference is not the primary deciding factor. Just the best window. Thank you!

Dane - Homeowner - October, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

Dane, both the Provia Endure 600 and the Wincore 7700 are both very solid windows. but the Endure is definitely the better window here. For such a large project, the $3000 is an easy added expense to justify for the upgrade in window quality. Assuming you like the ProVia installation company, this is the window I would choose.

The one wrinkle is if you aren't going to be in this house very long. If I were planning to move in eight years or less, I'd save the $3000 and go with the Wincore 7700.

Editor Jim R. - October, 2020

Provia Endure vs. Okna 500DX

I have 8 Windows and one bay window to be replaced. Have a quote of 5031 for the provia endure and 5351 for the Okna 500 DX. Which is a better quality for the price? Confused.

Shirley - Homeowner - August, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

Shirley, both excellent windows. I would say the Okna is worth an extra $300. If this were my project though, I would make the decison on the installation company, not the product itself. Products are so close and both are very good.

Editor Jim R. - August, 2020

ProVia Endure EN600 Series

I was justed quoted for 7 hopper windows in the Endure EN600 Series. I don't know anything about this brand. These are for my basement so that I can remodel my downstairs. Any input would be wonderful! Thank you!

Carol - Homeowner - June, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

Carol, the ProVia Endure EN600 Series is a very good vinyl window. I would put it in my top 15 vinyl window list. Assuming you have solid installation, you should be well served by this window.

Editor John M. - June, 2020

Provia Endure Windows Complaint

I recently had the Provia Endure window replacements installed; one slider, four double hung, and patio doors to replace my 26 year old drafty wooden windows. Today is a windy cold spring day, and unfortunately these new windows are just as drafty. The seals around each window at the locks and at the bottom of the windows do not stand up for quality windows.

One additional note the metal clad corners of the windows are rough and uneven. Poor quality poor workmanship would not recommend these windows to anyone. I rate the quality as a one and if I had to do it again would go with a different company.

Carolyn - Homeowner - April, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

Carolyn, have you have the installation company come back and look at them. They obviously should not be drafty. It sounds like a poor install job. I would insist the company come back and eliminate the draftiness.

Editor John - March, 2020

ProVia Endure vs. Pella 350

We have received three quotes for 24 windows and would like any feedback on which is the best route to take?

ProVia Endure $33,000
Milgard Tuscany $20,000
Milgard Ultra $28,000
Pella offered $60,000 for its 350 series but we think that is so overpriced for the window name and quality we crossed it off our list.

Rachel - Homeowner - March, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

The ProVia Endure is by far the best window, but that’s a lot of money to pay for 24 windows. The Pella 350 bid is crazy. Milgard Tuscany is a solid mid range window and the Ultra is a good fiberglass window. The ProVia Endure is topping my list for sure, but you might want a couple more bids to see if that price range makes sense.

Editor John - March, 2020

Provia Endure vs. Wincore 7700

Hello--I have the option of the Wincore 7700 slider windows or the Provia Endure series. Both estimates are about the same price and both from quality/respected installation crews. Which would you recommend? I live in Western PA and these would all be sliders on the front of the house. Thanks

JM - Homeowner - September, 2019

Website Editor's Answer

Hi JM. Both very good windows, but for me the Provia Endure is the clear winner in this head to head match up. This is what I'd do.

Editor Jim R. - September, 2019





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Provia Endure 600 Series

I'm looking into window replacement. I recently got a quote on my bay window for the Provia Endure 600 series and a quote on 3 double hung windows for the Provia Endure 601. All windows will have ComforTech DLA UV glass. I don't know anything about these windows. I am interested in honest reviews of Endure Windows before I make my decision to use this company. Thank you.

Theresa - Homeowner - August, 2019

Website Editor's Answer

Theresa, the ProVia Endure is a very nice window, a top tier performer. Their casement window, for instance, delivers an air infiltration rating of .02. Virtually unbeatable in the industry. You should be well served with these windows. Make sure the installation company has a solid reputation for quality work.

Editor Jim R. - August, 2019

ProVia Endure vs. Ideal Majestic Energy Green

I am trying to decide between two quotes I received. One was for ProVia Endure installed at $541 per window. The other was for Ideal Majestic Energy Green installed for $465 per window. Would you be able to advise as to the superior window? Thank you for your time and have a great day.

Mike- Homeowner - June, 2018

Website Editor's Answer

Mike, both the ProVia Endure and Ideal Majestic are good windows. I would say that the Ideal Majestic is even a bit better than the Endure, with an air infiltration of .02. Frankly, the prices you are quoted out at are both very good. the Ideal Majestic window cost is downright amazing. That's what I would go with myself.

Editor John M. - June, 2018