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JPMM

10:08AM | 10/27/02
Member Since: 10/26/02
1 lifetime posts
Bvwindows
I live in Masachussets and I'm looking into replacement windows. Does anyone have an opinion on Harvey Clasic Double hung windows or Regency windows which I believe are made by Harvey also?

Thanks

JasonP

04:47PM | 11/17/02
Member Since: 11/16/02
64 lifetime posts
Greetings,

I live in New Hampshire and have been installing Harvey Windows for years.

They have good windows and they stand behind them.

Good luck,
Jason

lchiappetta

02:08PM | 03/02/03
Member Since: 02/20/03
1 lifetime posts
did you ever decide on the harvey windows. I'm looking for new windows too and I am leading towards harvey. How do you like them?

Gagne

10:23AM | 03/07/03
Member Since: 03/06/03
1 lifetime posts
I don't really know too much about those windows but I just replaced 4 windows with American Craftsman an so far they have been great!

TinMan

05:56PM | 03/10/03
I have grown up in the home improvement industry, and Harvey does make a good product. I am not as comfortable with the other suggestion mentioned by the homeowner who replaced the four windows. If you are looking for another great window, look at either The Excalibur or The UltraMaxx window. They are both make by Alside, and they have a history of making great products, and standing behind them if there is a problem down the road.

Good Luck

BV005012

07:07PM | 07/16/14
I'm looking at the Harvey Slimline (to let in more light) and their Acoustic line. The acoustic would increase the price from $9,000 to $13,000, but appear to be more energy efficient. Has anyone used either? I want quality windows, but don't want to take out a second mortgage! I don't need any bells and whistles- just energy efficient windows that will last. Would another brand be better?
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