ProVia Storm Windows Reviews

ProVia windows aren't that well known to consumers, but they should be. ProVia makes a very good window and one of the best doors on the market. Their storm windows are also quite good. All in all, a very good brand of replacement windows and doors.

I give ProVia Windows a 4.5 out of 5 star rating based on 19 ProVia window reviews via our ProVia manufacturing page -- see the link above.

ProVia storm windows are considered some of the best in the industry for their durability and overall design. The company offers 4 unique storm window options, including the Town And Country double hung vinyl storm, the Valley Forge 2 and 3 lite aluminum storms, the Concord double hung aluminum storm, and the Clinton aluminum picture window storm option. The company offers their storm windows in 13 standard colors, as well as 3 premium color options that will take an additional 2 weeks to order. Check out our best storm windows to see our recommendations. The ProVia Storm Window Series gets a 4.6 out of 5 star rating.

Review By John M. - Site Editor

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ProVia Storm Window Costs

ProVia Storm windows should run $1400 to $1800 fully installed. Of course, there are many factors that can alter the per window cost you pay -- some of the most common include optional upgrades, the size of the window itself, and the type of installation required. Compare ProVia storm windows to Indow window cost and Larsen storm windows prices.

-- Window Itself: $1000 to $1400 -- *

-- Installation: $300 to $450 per opening --

-- Window & Installation: $1400 to $1800 --

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ProVia Storm Window Warranty

The ProVia window warranty covers the frames for the lifetime of the original purchaser. This includes the exterior finish on the frame, the retractable screen (the DuraGuard screen is warrantied for 15 years), the glass (as long as it is deemed to be caused by a manufacturing defect). The hardware is warrantied for just 1 year from the original purchase date.

The warranty is transferrable to one additional owner, but the company must be notified in writing of the transfer within 30 days. The warranty terms are significantly less for "coastal areas" so please refer to their website if this is the case. There are a number of limitations and exclusions so consumers should read the warranty itself for more specifics.

ProVia Storm Windows Reviews

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ProVia Replacement Storm Windows

John, I saw your article on ProVia replacement storm windows. I’ve also located their brochure on the web. But I can’t find any ordering information for their storm windows – their website has only storm doors. I would plan to order 12 replacement triple-track storm windows from the company (or through a local dealer if I can find one) and have a carpenter install them. Can you help?

William - Homeowner - October, 2022

Website Editor's Answer

William, I would google "ProVia storm windows in [your city and state]" and see what local companies come up. They shouldn't be too tough to find. Call them up and ask them directly. If you don't have any luck here, then use this link and call up corporate and ask them for the local dealer in your area. Make sure to ask about the dealer's reputation for quality installation. They might be biased, but you should be able to get a sense of their overall quality.

https://www.provia.com/contact/

Editor John - October, 2022