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Revere vs. Alpine

Alside, Revere, Alpine, AMI -- there is barely a difference between these lines, if any at all. They've just been renaming it to avoid a reputation on the line. It's low quality and poor business, though they seem to manage well with selling these lines of cheap windows. They, at least, are good about honoring customer guarantees.

Holly - Installer - 2012

Okna vs. Revere Windows

I have three bids that includes installed and grids on all of the windows, plus exterior capping. The bid for the Okna 400 window came to $615 per window, the bid on the Okna 500 was $675 per window and the quote on the Berkshire from Revere was $470 per window. Is the Okna worth the extra money? Do these prices sound fair?

Jeannie - Homeowner - from 2011

[Contractor Response]

In my opinion, the Okna is a much better window that anything that Revere makes. It's one of the better windows out there and if you can, I would say stretch for the 500 series (although the 400 is very decent window). As far as the per window price goes, it's too tough to say without seeing the project first hand. Get a few more bids if you are worried and that should tell you if the price is right. On the face of it, it certainly doesn't sound unreasonable.

Baron - Contractor - from 2011

Revere Sovereign Review

We're redoing our ranch style home and so far I have a bid on the Simonton 6500 casement and the Revere Sovereign casement. Is the Sovereign from Alside? I like the lookof them. Both quotes were really close in price -- $3600 for 5 large windows fully installed, which seems very expensive to me. Any advise would be helpful.

Don - Homeowner - from 2011

[Contractor Response]

Sovereign is a re-labeled Sheffield, made by Alside and not considered a well made window. The 6500 from Simonton is the better window of the two. You may want to get another bid from a contractor on the 5500/Prism Platinum Series to see if you can get a better price on this model. As far as casements go, Sunrise makes a great looking one that is going to be a bit more expensive, but is well worth the extra cost.

Steve - Contractor - from 2011

Revere Berkshire Review

Is the Revere Berkshire window good? I got a bid from a company that said they were running a special and offering 1/3 if I signed up that week and used the Berkshire. I'm a little confused what to do since it sounds like a good deal and the window looked pretty good to me.

Don - Homeowner - from 2011

[Contractor Response]

The Revere Berkshire is identical to the Alside Excalibur window. Revere buys the windows from Alside and slaps their brand sticker on it - not uncommon in the window industry. The Excalibur is Alside's most popular and best selling window, but honestly is not a very good window. There are much much better windows out there for $50 per window more than you will pay for the Berkshire. The whole 1/3 discount today thing is a common trick in the industry and you should be very wary of any company that

Barry - Contractor - from 2011

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