Vytex Potomac-hp Windows Reviews

The Vytex Potomac-hp window is the high end or premium vinyl window that is quite impressive in its performance numbers and should provide some nice overall value for the consumer. Standard features include a constant force balance system, integral interlocks, foam insulation, triple weatherstripping, a full 1" sealed IG unit, and integrated sash lock, composite sack reinforcement and a magnetic seal for draft elimination.

Just as with the Vytex Fortis model, the Potomac HP comes in 26 exterior colors, as well as two interior colors and an optional woodgrain laminate interior as well. The Potomac HP vinyl window is one of our selections for a premium vinyl window without a premium price. It should offer the consumers excellent value, similar to their Fortis model. The Potomac does offer several nice standard upgrades that will provide the hp with a little better overall construction and durability than the Fortis.

Review By Jim R. - Site Editor

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Vytex Potomac-hp Prices

Vytex Potomac-hp windows costs will run approximately $5 more per square foot then the mid range Vytex Fortis model. Consumers can expect to pay $50 to $60 per square foot for the window itself. Comparably priced windows will include Eco Smart windows prices and Polaris UltraWeld costs.

-- Window Itself: $50 to $60 per square foot --

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Vytex Potomac-hp Window Ratings

Consumers can expect the Potomac HP series double hung in the Energy Saver Plus package, which is a dual glazed low E glass with argon fills, to deliver a .26 U-value, a .20 SHGC, .05 air infiltration and .47 VT. The window will be Energy Star Compliant in all four regions.

Consumers can expect an upgrade to the Energy Saver Max package, which is a triple glazed glass with argon or krypton fills, to deliver a U factor of .19, and SHGC of .17 and a VT of .34. This energy package will also be Energy Star Compliant in all four regions. The Potomac-hp model comes standard with a design pressure 55 rating, quite impressive. All in all, the Potomac-hp delivers good numbers and ratings for a premium vinyl window.

Vytex Potomac-hp Warranty

The Vytex Potomac-hp window comes with the same limited lifetime warranty as the Vytex Georgetown and Fortis model. The warranty covers the mainframe, hardware and all standard components. The Potomac-hp warranty does include a glass glass breakage provision, which is a nice feature to have.

This warranty does not however cover any labor costs involved with removing the defective window, or replacing the window. This is pretty typical for most vinyl window warranties. The Vytex windows warranty is, all in all, pretty standard for the industry.

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Vytex Potomac Window Price

Hi John, got some bids thanks to your site from a lot of the major window manufacturers you talk about on your site.

I am doing 5 double hungs 33x88, 4 30x48s, 37x53 with a half round above and then a 29x17 awning for a total of 12 windows.

Pretty much all of these have at least the bottom tempered and the quotes varied between both tempered and only half.

Okna 800s - 13.2k

ProVia Endures - 11.8k

Vytex Potomac HPs - 13.8k

Threw out the other 2 quotes from the national guys.

Thoughts? Located in Maryland

Ed - Homeowner - August, 2022

Website Editor's Answer

Ed, those are three excellent brands and window series. I probably wouldn't pick one over the other based on the cost -- although I would rank them as such: Okna 800, Vytex Potomac HP, ProVia Endure. I would probably make the decision based on the reviews/ratings of the company doing the install. Search up "[company name] reviews" and aggregate their ratings from Google, Yelp, HomeAdvisor, Angi, etc. That should give you a pretty clear picture of the quality you can expect. The windows are 50% of the equation and the company doing the work is the other 50%.

Any of these windows will be great when coupled with quality, professional installation.

Editor Jim R. - July, 2022

Vytex Potomac-hp Vs. Okna 500

We're replacing 5 windows and getting estimates from various installers. So far, its coming down to the Potomac and the Okna 500. The others, we are not considering. All are reputable installers. We intend to stay in our house a while and looking for live-in and resale value. Wondered what you thought of the price/value of these two.

Vytex Potomac - $3,475.00

Okna 500 - $3,804.00.

Richard - Homeowner - June, 2020

Website Editor's Answer

Richard, both great windows, two of the very best. Prices are decent, definitely in the ballpark of what I would expect. The Vytex Potmac-hp is the better deal here. If I were staying in the house long term, my decision here would come down to the company doing the install. They are going to make the bigger difference than choosing between two great windows.

Editor Jon M. - June, 2020

Richard's Answer

Thank you so much for responding Jon. We certainly appreciate it. Both Installers have great reviews on Google and Angies List. One (Okna) is larger than the other and seems older in terms of experience. The smaller company (Potomac) is closer to our house and also has great reviews. The smaller company also included damaged wood and sill replacement in the cost. The Okna looked really beautiful with the decorative crown molding on the exterior part. That's why I leaned towards it until getting the Potomac Estimate.

Richard - Homeowner - June, 2020