Eze-Breeze windows are a great way to enclose an existing open air porch or replace an existing screen enclosure. These windows are an amazing 3 season product that is versatile, attractive, strong and easy to operate. The 10-mil polyvinyl is as transparent as glass, but not nearly as heavy, expensive, susceptible to cracking or breaking. If accidentally pushed or distorted, the tough 10-mil vinyl will return to its original shape within minutes.
This window system is a cost effective way to extend the life of your porch because they typically cost about 1/3 the cost of a comparable glass enclosure! Keep out the dust, pollen, wind, and rain, for less!
There are many different terms for a sunroom – four season room, Florida room, Carolina room, three season room, conservatory, solarium, and sunporch to name a few. When most people think of a sunroom, they are thinking of glass walls. These types of rooms are usually heated and cooled. They also tend to be quite expensive.
Many homeowners don’t realize that there is another option, an option that is a less expensive than a typical sunroom but that offers many of the same benefits – a 3 Season room! And Eze-Breeze Windows make this option a very easy DIY project! Our Eze-Breeze windows are very easy to install, saving you thousands on the cost of a contractor. Homeowners and contractors can direct order windows and doors right from us at DIYEzeBreeze.com.
Homeowners often struggle with the decision of whether to construct a four season room, a three season room, or a screened in porch. For the person that wants to “do it yourself,” a four season room can be quite a challenge. The windows, roof, and walls have to be insulated and you need to know how to install some mechanism for heating and cooling. You also have to be aware of electrical outlets and coding restrictions. A DIY screened in porch is much easier to build. And DIY screened rooms will keep most bugs out and give you a nice breeze. But many homeowners don’t realize how dirty these rooms get with dust, dirt, and pollen. Screened porches offer little protection from heavy rain and wind and can get damaged easily.
An Eze Breeze 3 season room provides the best of a sunroom and a screened in porch in one. Our 3 season room windows are very affordable and very simple to install, much easier than a four season room and just as easy as a screened porch, if not easier! The tough 10 mil vinyl windows will keep the wind, rain, dust, pollen, and bugs out. Your 3 season room will stay clean and your family will be confortable. When the weather is nice, you can easily open your Vertical 4-track windows and feel the breeze – with 75% ventilation and the protection of screens. When a storm rolls in, simple shut your windows and your three season room will be protected. While these vinyl windows are not insulated and your room won’t have air conditioning, must homeowners find that a fan will keep them quite comfortable in hot weather and a space heater will warm them up when it’s chilly.
Your DIY 3 season room will soon become your favorite space in your home. An area to entertain and spend time with your family, a 3 season room truly provides the best combination of the outdoors and indoors. Direct Order a three season room today!
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Thousands of folks have installed enclosed their porches with Vertical 4-track windows and Horizontal Sliders. Find out about their experiences with the product and our company!
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