Our Revere windows reviews will be completed shortly. You’ll be able to find detailed reviews on the new Revere Berkshire Elite window along with the Revere Amherst Plus window option.
We’ll also have detailed revere windows reviews of the older Revere windows. The full line of Revere vinyl windows consists of:
Revere is owned by Associated Materials, Inc based out of Ohio. As we’ve previously discussed AMI owns several window companies which makes them one of the largest companies in the replacement window business.
Each company that they operate fill a different segment of the market. The Revere window line is a higher end product that is typically only offered by larger window installation companies. The Revere vinyl windows use high end components and the newer models, particularly the Berkshire Elite, offer high end ratings. From low u-factors to great air infiltration windows the newer Berkshire Elite option represents a pretty solid value.
The Revere brand traces its roots back to Paul Revere in Boston in the early 1800s. The story goes that the company once made copper sheeting for naval vessels. Since then they’ve produced the world famous line of cookware and other metal products. That led them into producing metal siding which led to aluminum windows and other building products.
The Revere window plant operated in Richmond Virginia for many years. After the building products business was acquired by AMI the production was shifted to other plants across the US. All Revere windows are still manufactured in the USA for the American market.
At this point the older Revere Berkshire and Revere Amherst windows have been discontinued. These models have been replaced by the newer Berkshire Elite and Amherst Plus. While the Berkshire Elite shares a similar name to its predecessor it is a completely redesigned window.
We hope you enjoy the Revere windows reviews and we invite you to ask any questions you may have as you’re considering your options. We’re happy to help out!