Hi All: I am going to replace my old wood windows with Harvey
Classics. The installer (who I know will do an excellent job) says
that he will measure the existing windows and Harvey's will make the
to fit. Roughly $300/window installed. Anyone have any experience
with these windows. They are solid Vinyl which means no painting.
Never heard of em .
Consumer Reports did an extensive comprehensive write up you should
But it seems as if you have made up your mind.
There are many factors- rateable performance characteristics going
into a good window SHG - CDF- U Value - Total at center U and R value ,
SHR , VLT. and more . Unless you know these terms and comparisons you
will have no idea if you aren't buying Crap.
300 instaled ? My simple install was 225 for labor only. And a
consumer Reports " Best Buy" window was 250. [ but poor performance on
CDF ] which i regret.
You really get what you pay for. That includes the instaler , which is
Harvey Windows are local to New England Area. So far, I haven't heard
any complaints about quality. I will look into that consumer report
if I can figure out which volume to get. Do you recall which one it
On Thu, 3 Jun 2004 08:36:08 -0500, email@example.com (m Ransley)
Harvey Windows are the standard replacement window here in New England, and
although I do not have them everyone I know who has them and everyone I talk
to about them agree that they are indeed an Excellent window.
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