Harvey Windows Price, Cost & Reviews for Replacement & Installation

Harvey window prices are competitive with custom wood and vinyl windows from Andersen windows, Pella, Marvin and other industry leaders. The four lines vary in quality and cost, ranging from entry-level to mid-grade or good.

However, they’re not widely available. Harvey windows are produced by Harvey Building Products, a regional brand with distribution from New England south to Philadelphia. The company has its headquarters in Waltham, MA.

What’s Covered Below

  • New Construction vs Replacement Windows
  • Harvey Windows Lines and Costs Overview
  • Harvey Windows Reviews
  • Glass Options
  • Pros and Cons
  • Homeowner Submitted Harvey Window Prices

New Construction vs Replacement Windows

The Harvey site says, “We sell replacement windows…” That’s a little misleading.

Harvey makes both replacement and new construction window. The difference is that new construction windows have a nailing flange.

The flange is used to fasten the window to the home’s exterior sheathing. They are installed from the outside before siding is installed.

Replacement windows don’t have the flange because they are installed from the inside of the home without removing the siding.

New construction windows cost $15-$20 more per window due to the flange, according to Corey from the Harvey showroom in Waterford, CT.

Harvey Windows Lines and Costs

This section is a quick overview of the lines and cost. More complete reviews and Harvey window cost charts follow.

Harvey makes four lines.

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Wood – Harvey Majesty windows are produced in double-hung, casement and gliding windows.

Vinyl – Tribute, Classic, Slimline and Harvey

  • Harvey Tribute windows are the best line, but only available in double-hung windows
  • Harvey Classic windows are the most popular, and also available in double-hung only
  • Harvey Slimline windows are the most affordable, an entry-level window in single-hung and double-hung versions
  • Harvey vinyl windows are their own line and available in casement, awning, hopper and picture window types (1)

(1) Making one line of these window types means Harvey doesn’t have to produce them in each of the other three lines. According to AJ, a salesperson in the Berlin, CT showroom, these windows best complement the Harvey Classic windows, but are frequently used with Tribute and Slimline windows too.

This Harvey Window Prices table gives an overview.

Vinyl Wood
Tribute Classic Slimline Harvey (1) Majesty
Window Cost $465 – $650 $375 – $550 $300 – $485 $295 – $625 $725 – $1,300
Installation Cost $100 – $200 $100 – $200 $100 – $200 $100 – $200 $100 – $200
Total Cost per Window $565 – $850 $475 – $750 $400 – $685 $395 – $825 $825 – $1,500

The cost range is based on window size and accessories you choose.

(1) Cost for Bay and Bow windows might be higher since they include multiple individual windows.

Harvey Windows Reviews

Here’s an overview of the five types of Harvey windows – 4 vinyl and 1 wood window type.

Harvey Tribute Vinyl Windows Review

These are Harvey’s best vinyl windows. Here are their features and specifications.

Type: Double-hung

Installed Cost: $565 to $850 per window

Energy Star Glass: Standard on all windows with a 0.25 U-value. Triple-pane ThermaLock 3X glass is optional. It has a U-value of 0.17.

Features and Options:

  • Lock/tilt latch makes it easy to secure the windows and to tilt them inward to wash the outside of the glass from inside your home.
  • Lift handles are optional.
  • Screen options are full-window and half-window sizes with FlexScreen or sturdy aluminum frames. Harvey “Views” mesh screen creates a brighter view and 25% better airflow.

Interior Color Options: White is available as an extruded color. It is not painted, so the color won’t peel or fade.

Exterior Color Options: Extruded White vinyl won’t fade or peel. In addition, you have 8 paint options. Custom color matching is also available for exterior colors to match your siding or trim.

Hardware: Low-profile sash lock available in White, Brushed Nickel and Oil Rubbed Bronze.

Warranties: Lifetime warranty and the frame and most components. The glass warranty is 20 years. Exterior paint warranty is 10 years.

Harvey Classic Vinyl Windows Review

These are the brand’s most popular windows. They differ from Harvey Tribute vinyl windows in that the frames are quite as well insulated and the standard glass is not Energy Star rated.

Type: Double-hung

Installed Cost: $$475 to $750 per window

Energy Star Glass: Optional only. Choose the option for glass with a 0.25 U-value, which exceeds Energy Star requirement.

Features and Options:

  • Factory-calibrated block and tackle sash won’t require adjusting or lubricating.
  • Sound reduction is optional with enhanced glass. It’s worth considering if life outside your home gets too loud for your peace and quiet.
  • Screen options are full-window and half-window sizes with FlexScreen or sturdy aluminum frames. “Views” mesh screens are a premium option that allow 25% better airflow and a less-obstructed view.

Interior Color Options: White and Almond are extruded vinyl, not painted.

Exterior Color Options: Along with extruded White and Almond. In addition, you have 8 paint colors available. Custom color matching is also available for exterior colors to match your siding or trim. An additional charge will apply.

Hardware: Low-profile cam lock available in White or Almond to match interior color. Optionally available in Brushed Nickel or Oil Rubbed Bronze.

Warranties: Lifetime warranty and the frame and most components. The glass warranty is 20 years. Exterior paint warranty is 10 years.

Harvey Slimline Vinyl Windows Review

These are Harvey’s most affordable windows. The frames are slimmer, as the name implies, to reduce cost. This also reduces strength. But less frame means more glass and a view that is less obstructed.

Type: Double-hung and single-hung. This is Harvey’s only single-hung window choice.

Installed Cost: $400 to $685 per window based on size and the accessories you select.

Energy Star Glass: Optional only. The three glazing choices mentioned below – Sungain, ThermaLock and ThermaGuard are available at a higher cost than standard glass.

Features and Options:

  • Ventilation limit latches keep the top or bottom slash partially open to ensure good ventilation.
  • Screen options are full-window and half-window sizes with FlexScreen or sturdy aluminum frames. The “Views” mesh screen is thinner mesh for better visibility.
  • Double-hung windows: Both sashes tilt in for easier cleaning.
  • Factory-balanced block and tackle performance

Interior Color Options: White only. It is extruded, not painted.

Exterior Color Options: Extruded White plus 8 paint colors.

Hardware: Low-profile sash lock available in White, Brushed Nickel and Oil Rubbed Bronze.

Warranties: Lifetime warranty and the frame and most components. The glass warranty is 20 years. Exterior paint warranty is 10 years.

Harvey Vinyl Windows Review

Harvey calls these Accessory windows because they complement any of the other vinyl lines.

Here is a quick look at each accessory window type:

Casement: $490 – $800 installed. Single and double casement windows are available in a range of sizes. Folding handles have a modern appearance and stay clear of blinds and curtains.

Awning and Hopper: $350 – $600 installed. These windows work well beneath or above other types or near a ceiling to allow light and ventilation. They’re ideal for dormers too. Hopper windows are often used in the basement as well.

Rolling: $390 – $675 installed. Rather than slide or glide, these windows roll horizontally for super-easy performance.

Picture/fixed: $380 – $715 installed. These non-functional windows are available in various styles and a good range of sizes to suit your purposes. Several casing styles are offered to give them the look you want.

Bay and Bow: $325 – $700 per window in an assembly with three to six windows or more. Bow windows feature rounded appearance using windows angled at 10 degrees. Bay window assemblies are built using 30-degree or 45-degree angles. Both types can be finished inside with a veneer-covered header or seat board. Harvey offers custom aluminum roof options above bay and bow windows. Four colors are available.

Harvey Accessory Windows Features and Options:

  • Energy Star Glass: The glass on any of the styles can be upgraded to Energy Star glazing. On the casement windows, for example, it can be upgraded to Energy Star ThermaLock or ThermaLock 3X triple-pane glass ideal for harsh northern climates.
  • Interior Color Options: Extruded White or Almond plus 8 paint colors.
  • Exterior Color Options: 8 options to go with White interiors; 6 options for Almond interiors. Custom color matching is also available for exterior colors to match your siding or trim.
  • Hardware: Almond and White are the only options on hopper windows. All other Harvey vinyl accessory windows offer White, Almond, Brushed Nickel and Oil Rubbed Bronze.
  • Warranties: Lifetime warranty and the frame and most components. Exterior paint is covered by a 10-year warranty.

Harvey Majesty Wood Windows Review

This is Harvey’s only line of wood window. It is comparable to the Andersen 400 windows and Marvin Ultimate windows.

The windows have aluminum-clad exteriors.

Type: Double-hung, casement, awning, gliding, picture, shapes, bay and bow windows.

Installed Cost: $825 to $1,500 per window based on size and the accessories you select. Bay and bow window assemblies might cost more.

Energy Star Glass: Glazing varies a little by window type. For example, the casement and double-hung windows are built with Energy Star glass. Harvey ThermaLock Energy Star glazing is on option on most other types.

Additional Features:

  • Interiors: Your options are bare pine for staining or pine that is primed and ready to paint.
  • Exterior Color Options: Aluminum cladding is available in 5 colors.
  • Hardware: Depending on the window type, 3 or 5 hardware options are available.
  • Warranties: The glass warranty is 20 years. However, it is prorated after a decade: 100% for the first 10 years. 50% for years 11-15 and 25% years 16-20. Frames and exterior cladding are covered for 10 years.

Glass Options

There are three optional glazing packages from Harvey. They are certified Energy Star depending on your zone.

  • ThermaLock Glass: Certified for the North and North Central zones, ThermaLock features a UV-filtering Low-E glass coating that reflects heat back into your living space. Argon gas is between the two panes.
  • ThermaGuard Glass: Certified in the North Central Zone, this glass doesn’t filter UV. It is low-E glass with Argon.
  • SunGain Glass: Certified for the North zone, SunGain allow the sun’s rays to penetrate. This helps warm your home on cold, sunny winter days.

Pros and Cons

Here’s what we like and dislike about these windows.

Pros:

Affordability. All the window lines are competitively priced with other brands in basic/better/best grades. You’ll find this when you get window estimates from local window contractors.

Built for your region. As a regional brand, Harvey knows what a window in New England or the Mid-Atlantic states should be. The glass options allow you to customize the window package for your home.

Cons:

Selection. This is the only drawback. You simply don’t have the style, color and accessory choices available from large brands like Pella, Andersen and Marvin.

Homeowner Submitted Harvey Window Prices

Here are costs from homeowners like you. All homeowners are in the Harvey distribution area – New England south to Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

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Quantity Window Installed Cost
Cost per Window
15 Slimline $6,700 $446
12 Slimline $4,300 $358
15 Classic $10,750 $717
12 Classic $4,740 $395
10 Classic $7,200 $720
16 Classic $11,500 $718
8 Classic $4,400 $550
15 Classic $9,200 $613

We’re not aware of the window sizes, but this gives you an idea of what to expect. Prices can vary, so it makes sense to get multiple window installation estimates. Choose an installer with a good reputation for proven results and good customer service if there are any issues after installation.