Vytex Windows Reviews

Explore Vytex windows reviews from contractors, installers and homeowners who know their window series & models, customer service and know they stack up against the competition. These include the Georgetown, Fortis, Potomac-HP, Grand View, 3300, 4000, Heritage, 5200 Series, Prodigy Fusion and the Presidential Series.

Vytex Presidential Series Cost

I’m in Northern Virginia and I need to replace 2 patio doors and 18 windows. I was wondering if you could help me out.

Renewal by Anderson Cost
Project Total: $54.5K

Presidential Cost: $17.7K
Patio Doors: $4K
Project Total: $21.7K

Berkshire Elite Cost: $13.1K
Patio Doors: $4K

Javier – Homeowner – from 2022

Site Editor’s Reply

Javier, I would probably toss out the Renewal quote because of the cost. Good window, but too expensive. I’d probably take a close look at the Vytex presidential, which is a relabel window or at the Berkshire Elite. This is a decent option at a very good price. I would also take a close look at the company who is doing the work.

Steve – Website Editor – from 2023

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Vytex Windows Cost

Entry Level Pricing: $600 to $700 Installed

Mid Range Pricing:$700 to $800 Installed

High End Pricing: $800 to $900 Installed

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Vytex Potomac vs Soft-Lite Imperial LS

I have two quotes — first is for the Potomac and the second is the Soft-Lite Imperial LS. Our local supplier only offers the Vytex and this supplier comes highly recommended on Angie’s List. The prices are similar, so I was wondering if there is anything I need to know about, maybe seal issues?

Terry – Homeowner – 2021

Site Editor’s Reply

I know the Soft-Lite windows well and have installed a number of them, but never installed the Vytex, though looking at their brochure, they look very solid windows. I believe the Potomac is their top range window. If it were up to me I would go with the Soft-Lite Imperials, because I know they offer excellent performance. If you have a HiMark window dealer in your area, you may want to have a look at them before making a final decision.

Oscar – Contractor – from 2021

Vytex Windows vs Sunrise Restorations

I am busy shopping around at the moment for window replacements, but feel that Sunrise Restorations and/or Vanguard series are just out of reach when it comes to budget. Does anyone have any recommendations on quality middle-range windows in the Alabama area?

Bruce – Homeowner – from 2020

Site Editor’s Reply

There are two names that come to mind that should be available in your area. The first is the PlyGem or Great Lakes. These are solid windows, while there is also the Vytex Fortis series. While I haven’t installed them personally, I believe they do offer good performance numbers and may be worth looking at.

Liam – Contractor – from 2020

Vytex Fortis

I am impressed with the Vytex Fortis range, they are a decent series that look good. Personally I wouldn’t recommend Heritage or the Alside Excalibur to my clients. They are badly designed and really cheap. In my opinion contractors pushing these aren’t established in their area.

Matt – Installer – from 2019

Vytex vs Wincore

I am busy replacing windows in my home and have two estimates so far. One is for the Vytex Fortis series and the other is for Wincore 5400 windows. The Wincore is more expensive and looking at both windows I think they look similar in design and quality. Ideally I want a middle of the range vinyl model that is reasonably priced, but offer decent quality. Any suggestions is appreciated.

Sandy – Consumer – from 2019

Site Editor’s Reply

If you only have those two choices, then go with the Fortis. These have decent performance numbers and they are a good looking series. The Wincore, while they may be more expensive aren’t as good a quality. Remember the Fortis comes with a composite reinforcement and a frame that is foam filled, so they are definitely the better choice.

Andy – Installer – from 2018

Vytex Windows Reviews Heritage Series

I am busy replacing thirteen windows and have been through all the sales pitches and ended up with three estimates that I really like. The problem is now I don’t know which to choose. The Heritage cost quote came in at $8,590 installed, but I noticed that their warranty is a little shaky, there are so many exclusions. The Sunrise Vanguards came in at $8,233 and they have an excellent warranty, I also got the Simonton Generations quote at $6,908 and the SoftLite Elements quote at $7,466. Now I have read all the forums and reviews, so I know that choosing a good installer is important, but each installer had different methods and I want to ensure that the windows and installer I choose will give me the best quality. I spoke to Vytex and their installers use a spray foam to fill the gaps, while SoftLite uses a foam insulation. Can someone please give me some advice on how to proceed?

Kyle – Consumer – from 2017

Vytex Windows Reviews In Virginia

I have been shopping around for prices on eleven replacement windows for my home in Northern Virginia. My requirements are that they must not be too expensive, they must be energy efficient and come with a decent warranty. So far I have quotes from Vytex, Alside and Great View. Is there a company I am missing?

Dan – Consumer – from 2016

Site Editor’s Reply

The Great View is a Vytex series and in my experience they have never been a good choice. Alside are not my favorite windows, but they are an improvement over Vytex. I can’t really say much about Vinylmax, as I have never used them before.

Jason – Installer – from 2016