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Harvey Windows Buying Guide

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  • Best Harvey windows series
  • Prices for new Harvey windows
  • Available warranties

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Harvey Replacement Windows

Harvey windows is a wholesale distributor, which means they do not sell to individual retail consumers. Instead, Harvey window company works with contractors and builders to provide them with a full line of building products. Let Modernize help you find the best price from Harvey window installers in your area.

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Harvey Window Materials

Harvey Vinyl Windows

The vinyl windows offered by Harvey are available in a variety of operating styles, glass types and grids. These windows are highly durable and require minimal maintenance. Harvey provides a range of color options for the vinyl frames for both interior and exterior finishes. The hardware used can also be customized to meet the color and styling options of vinyl window frames.

Popular Window Types for Vinyl Frames:

  • Double Hung
  • Single Hung
  • Awning
  • Bay and Bow
  • Casement
  • Garden
  • Hopper
  • Sliding
  • Custom shapes

Harvey Wood Windows

The wood windows by Harvey are built using Ponderosa pinewood components. Harvey wood windows have exterior aluminum cladding which protect them from weather damage, splitting and warping. The windows are maintenance free and energy efficient. The brand also provides customization options in wood windows for shapes, sizes, tempered glazing and insulated glasses.

Popular Window Types for Wood Frames:

  • Awning
  • Bay and Bow
  • Casement
  • Double Hung
  • Sliding
  • Picture
  • Custom shapes

Harvey Window Prices

The cost for a Harvey replacement window varies based on the style and size of window you choose. If you were to install a $350 Harvey double hung window from their Classic Series you could expect to pay around $465 in total window installation costs.

If you were looking at multiple window types for your home, the cost to install new windows would vary and it may be smart to use a windows cost calculator tool to get an estimate before speaking with a local window installer.

Be aware that window prices may vary based on your location and the window sizes you are looking to install, along with the local labor cost involved. Expect a 10% increase or decrease to the cost to account for these variations, and use our window cost calculator to estimate the most accurate prices in your region.

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Harvey Window Styles

Harvey Double Hung Windows

Harvey double-hung windows have two operational sashes, with the bottom sash sliding upward and the top sash sliding downward to open, which creates exceptional ventilation for a room. One special feature of a Harvey double hung window is that both sashes can be tilted inward to allow for easy cleaning of outdoor glass. Harvey’s double hung windows are available in the Classic Vinyl, Majesty Wood, Tribute and Slimline collections.

The Harvey double hung window prices start from $300 to  $700 per window based on the window collection you choose, with additional $100 to $200 in installation costs.

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Harvey Single Hung Windows

Similarly to a double hung window, A Harvey single-hung window has two sashes hung vertically. In this design, however, only the bottom sash operates by sliding from the bottom upwards. Harvey’s single hung windows are available only in the Slimline Vinyl collection.

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Harvey Storm Windows

Harvey exterior storm window installations are a great window installation option when energy efficiency and insulation are a factor. A new Harvey Tru-channel storm window can be installed on the exterior of your existing home windows.  Harvey storm windows provide protection to your existing home windows against inclement weather that could damage your house windows such as hail or strong winds. Harvey storm windows cost around $200 to $250 per window and will price out at around $350 for installation.

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Harvey Casement Windows 

Harvey casement windows open easily with a latch. These windows have hinges on one side and open outward on the opposite side, allowing for maximum ventilation. Casement windows by Harvey are available in the Classic Vinyl and Majesty Wood collections.

The average cost for a Harvey casement window would be around $200 per window in the Harvey Vinyl collection and around $750 per window in the Majesty Wood collection. Hiring a contractor for a casement window installation will cost additional $100 to $200 per window installation. Casement windows by Harvey are available in the Classic Vinyl and Majesty Wood collections.

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Harvey Awning Windows

Much like a casement window, Harvey replacement awning windows have a single sash. These windows have a hinge along the top and open outwards to allow air into the room. Because these windows have a single sash, they allow plenty of natural light into a room. Harvey’s awning windows are available in the vinyl and Majesty Wood collections.

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Harvey Hopper Windows

A new hopper window by Harvey will have a single sash window with a hinge along the bottom. These windows open from the top, outwards, allowing air to flow into the room for ventilation.

Harvey hopper window costs vary depending on which style you choose to install. The average installation cost for a Harvey basement window would be anywhere from $300 to $380 per window. They are offered in the Classic Vinyl collection and are only available in almond or white finish.

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Harvey Sliding Windows

Harvey offers new home sliding window installations which offer two window sashes that are placed side-by-side to create sliding windows. Typically, each window sash can slide vertically to open the window. Since the rolling windows manufactured by Harvey are set on brass rollers, they are easy to open. Harvey’s rolling slider (or glider) windows are available in the vinyl and Majesty Wood Collection series.

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Harvey Picture Windows

Harvey offers large replacement picture windows in a stationary style which has a single pane of large glass. Installing a picture window provides an unobstructed view and brings plenty of natural light into any room. The picture windows by Harvey are available in the the vinyl and Majesty Wood Collection series.

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Harvey Bay Windows and Bow Windows

A traditional Harvey bay window has three joined windows of varying sizes placed at either 30 or 45 degrees angles, extruding into the outdoor environment. When installing a new bay window the center window will usually be an inoperable picture window and the two on either side are typically casement windows that can open outward. A Harvey bow window installation, however, has three or more operational, joined windows of equal size which curve gently outward into the environment.

Bay Windows:

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Bow Windows:

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Harvey bay and bow window prices will change depending on the collection and size of window you want. The average cost to install a Harvey bay or bow window will be anywhere from $875 to $1,300. 

The bay and bow windows by Harvey are available in the Classic Vinyl and Majesty Wood collections. They can be customized with a combination of picture, sliding or casement windows.

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Garden Windows from Harvey

Harvey offers vinyl garden window installations that extend out into the environment completely, surrounded by glass. Many garden windows have an interior shelf, allowing for plants and flowers to receive plenty of natural light. These windows are available only in the vinyl collection by Harvey.

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Harvey Custom Windows

Harvey’s Building Products has created a line of custom windows which allow you to bring your own personal style to the windows in your home. The designer shapes windows are available in octagons, triangles, and round top window styles, and full circles and Harvey’s offers countless ways for homeowners to customize their windows. The designer shapes windows by Harvey are available in the Classic Vinyl and Majesty Wood collections.


What’s the Difference Between Harvey Window Series? 

The designers and engineers at Harvey Building Products understand how important options and customization are when you are building a home or replacing a pre-existing window. Because of this, they have created seven unique collections each featuring characteristics meant to meet the specific needs of contractors and homeowners. Continue reading to learn more about the collections Harvey’s Building Products has to offer. Harvey offers some of the best replacement windows on the market.

Harvey Slimline Vinyl Windows

Harvey Slimline replacement vinyl windows cost from $300 per window and are the most affordable option from the Harvey window collection. The windows are designed with the functionality of the Classic Vinyl Collection, but with a slimmer and sleeker frame.

The unique design of each window in this collection allows for more glass, which provides an open view of the outdoors and pulls more natural light into a room. The windows also meet all ENERGY STAR® requirements and are available with additional efficiency enhancing upgrades. This window is available in white for both the interior and the exterior frames.

Harvey Classic Vinyl Windows

Classically designed vinyl windows by Harvey collection can be customized with the choice from five BetterGrain® interior finishes which mimic the look of new natural wood windows. Additionally, there are 28 exterior color and finish options to choose from.

Each window in this series meets ENERGY STAR® requirements and comes with options to upgrade to a high-performance glazing, which increases weather resistance and energy efficiency.

Harvey Tribute Vinyl Windows

This collection is an upgraded variation on the classic vinyl collection with added ENERGY STAR® glazing and Harvey’s signature High Performance, triple glazing package. These are the best vinyl windows by the brand with extruded vinyl frames that won’t peel or fade in color.

The average cost of a Harvey Tribute vinyl window can range from $465 to $600 per window, including materials and labor installation costs can add up to $700 or more.

Harvey Majesty Wood Collection

Harvey’s Majesty Wood Collection is created for homeowners and contractors who prefer the look of natural wood. Windows in this series have a wood interior and an aluminum clad exterior. Designed to meet new Energy Star window requirements in any state, these windows have double low-E argon glazing. Homeowners can choose from a natural pine or white interior and from five available exterior color options.


Harvey Window Warranty Info

Harvey’s vinyl windows are available with a transferable, limited lifetime warranty. The hardware, screening, mechanical, and vinyl parts are covered as long as the original purchaser owns and lives in the home. If damage occurs as the result of defect or error during installation, Harvey will provide a replacement or repair at no cost to the owner. The glass of these windows is covered for twenty years, and Harvey will provide a replacement or repair if damage occurs due to defect or workmanship. This warranty is transferable. If the home is sold, the warranty can be transferred one time and will remain in effect until 20 years after the purchase date.

Harvey’s Majesty Wood Collection: covered by a 20-year limited warranty. The glass of these windows is covered 100 percent, which reduces to 50% at year ten, and at 25% at year fifteen.  All other components of the window are covered for ten years after purchase. If damage occurs outside of normal wear and tear and is the result of manufacturing defect or error during installation, Harvey will replace or repair the window at no cost to the owner. 

Since all window warranties are different from product to product, we advise you to speak with local window contractors in your area and homeowners to carefully examine the warranty of a product before purchase.