Harvey Windows Reviews 2023

Read 2023 Harvey windows reviews from consumers and homeowners on their Slimline, Classic and Tribute vinyl window series. Harvey Building Products, now owned by Lansing Building Products, is based out of Massachusetts and has been selling Windows and Doors since 1961. Harvey is probably best known for vinyl windows — especially their Harvey Classic and Harvey Tribute vinyl series. The company does sell a number of other window options such as impact and storm windows and doors.

So are Harvey Windows any good? Many industry insiders would say that Harvey makes a good quality vinyl window. They might not make my top tier list, but a Harvey Classic vinyl window and a competitive price point is sure worth a look in my book.

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Harvey Windows Review

Hi there. I have two vinyl window cost bids on 25 double hung replacement windows. The installers will remove my old storm windows and 24 window sashes, install the new windows, insulate between the windows and frame with fiberglass insulation, caulk the windows inside and out, and install transition stops and caulk. Here are my two bids.

Paradigm 8 Window Cost: $16,200.00
Harvey Classic Window Cost: $11,450

Brady – Homeowner – from 2023

Site Editor’s Reply

Brady, I think the Paradigm 8 window is probably a bit better than the Harvey Classic, but not by much. I would go with the Harvey Classic and save myself the $5K — I’m sure there are plenty of places to put that money to good use!

Steve – Site Editor – from 2023

Harvey Classic Window Complaint

We had their Classic series installed over a year ago and already a bunch of them need adjustments and several still don’t properly work. It’s unclear if the fault is with the installation or the window itself. I called Harvey’s customer service but so far they have not helped. In fact, the manager I spoke with was rude and basically told me that they don’t deal with consumers, only builders and contractors. The installers seem to have disappeared or at least haven’t returned our calls.

Robb – Homeowner in Boston – from 2012

Harvey Window Option

I would say Harvey is a decent mid range vinyl manufacturer. I would also say that their lower end vinyl windows are not very good, especially in the past. I think their Classic (step up from the Slimline) and Tributes (their high-end) are quite nice looking and have a good glass package. The triple pane Tribute has great performance numbers and is an all around good window. They are good about handling issues from their indepedent contractors here in the NE states.

Ron – Window Contractor – from 2010

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Harvey Price Facts

Harvey window prices range from $500 to $900 installed.

Harvey Slimline Cost: $500 to $600

Harvey Classic Cost: $600 to $750

Harvey Tribute Cost: $750 to $900

Harveys, Oknas & Gorells

Harvey windows aren’t bad, but both Okna and Gorell make a better product. Harvey produces a fairly generic window line – nothing special or particularly bad about the extrusions and glass package. I would put Okna at the top of the food chain in terms of quality products and service – and Gorell would be up there, maybe not quite as high. Of course, quality comes at a price. The Harveys at a good price with quality installation is a good combination that makes sense to me.

Dave – Professional Window Contractor in Milwaukee – from 2010

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Not A Fan Of Harvey Windows

I thought that the windows seals had a 20 year warranty, but found out that it’s only 10 years. Found this out because we have failed seals on 10 of 14 windows and now we have fogging and condensation between the panes of glass. Not a fan of Harvey.

Denise – Homeowner in Massachusetts – from 2010

Harvey Windows vs Simonton

I live in Massachusetts and know a ton of installers who are familiar with Harvey replacements and new construction brands. This is a nice plus because you can interview 3 or 4 installers and pick who you get the best vibe from and seems to have experience with your particular project requirements. Having said that, I didn’t use the company for my home, mainly because they didn’t have exactly what I needed and I opted for better quality, higher priced windows.

The Harvey Tribute is their top-of-the-line window, but I don’t love its somewhat bulky frame. The Classic has more glass exposure than the Tribute. I would put the Tribute on par with Simonton’s 5500 in terms of price and quality. I definitely like the look of Harvey vinyl windows over the Simonton, altough I believe the lead time is a lot longer with the Harvey. I would have a hard time choosing between these windows.

Jon – Window Installer – from 2009

More on Simonton window reviews.