These Screen Porch Windows
Make a Fantastic Porch Enclosure
With these screen porch windows you only have to provide the openings.
Porch windows make converting your porch, screened porch, deck, and even your garage into a three season room as easily as we've seen.
Convert your screened porch into a comfortable outdoor room!
Designed to fit almost any size opening, you can easily install screen porch windows yourself or hire a contractor.
The windows featured here are from DIYEzeBreeze.
We are proud to share this with you.
We have been to the homes of two homeowners who have this type of screen porch windows.
Both really liked them and we liked what we saw.
While we don't have these windows ourselves, we are happy to tell you that our friends are satisfied with them.
Want to enjoy your screened porch without so much dust and pollen?
If you suffer by what we call "pollen pollution" from the likes of oak, pine, cedar, or other pollens, screen porch windows will reduce the pollen count so
you can enjoy your porch more.
And your porch furniture will love you for it.
Mary and I know many people suffer with allergies or live in dust-prone areas and cannot enjoy their porch like they wished.
But with these windows, your opportunities for porch time are greatly expanded.
Dine in comfort without bugs and wind
Mary and I are showcasing PGT's Eze-Breeze ® screen porch windows as an option to create your own three season porch.
Or open to enjoy the nice breezes
We Visited Pat's Back Porch
Our friend, Pat, invited us to visit her back porch and to show us her awesome screened porch windows.
We really like how versatile and light they are.
Video: Pat Demonstrates Her Porch Windows
Pat demonstrates how her porch windows open and close in various configurations
Pat says she eats her meals on her back porch every day.
That's a wonderful testimonial to her back porch windows.
And a Screen Door to Match
Pat's screen door operates like the windows
And we also appreciated how substantial her screened door is - even with a deadbolt lock.
Aesthetically Pleasing Window Design
Eze-Breeze ® porch windows are very functional and appealing as well.
They are an investment that will add value to your home and bring extra comfort to your screened porch.
Imagine enjoying your porch nearly year round
Depending on your climate, of course, you could enjoy your screened porch all year round comfortably.
See how seamlessly porch windows are integrated
From Screens to Windows Just Like That
It takes little effort to convert your three season room from screens to windows.
Designed for efficiency, these windows stack and store right in place.
Just like inside your home you can open the windows or have them down when it's cold outside (or pollen in the air).
One of the differences between these windows and those inside your home is that you can open them up 3/4 of the way versus traditional double-hung windows that only open halfway.
That means you can enjoy all those lovely breezes so much more on your porch.
The less you have to do the more you you can enjoy your porch.
Video: Watch This to See How Easy It Is
Video provided by DIYezeBreeze
Screen Porch Windows vs. Traditional Glass
Although not hurricane proof, they keep out rain, snow, dust, and pollen.
Mary and I like that they are an alternative to glass windows.
They can be kept in place and don't have to be stored (like we are used to from a screen porch we once owned).
Made from the polyvinyl ("memory material"), Eze-Breeze ® windows can be distorted (like you see here) but then go back to their original shape.
Video: Consider the Strength of the Windows
Video provided by DIYEzeBreeze
Here's Our Little Story
Here's another benefit of screen porch windows that Mary and I personally like.
We once had a wonderful screened porch with glass panel inserts.
We had to store the glass panels during the summer which meant we had to install and then remove the panels twice a year.
Almost inevitably, I cracked several windows either during installation (or during removal) of the windows
over the years and actually broke a few transporting them back and forth from their storage location.
Replacing the glass was expensive.
That won't happen with vinyl screen porch windows like these. They are extremely durable and rugged 10-mil vinyl glaze panels.
This flexible material is completely transparent, will not shatter like glass, and stores in place.
Porch Windows Installation
According to Ezebreeze, these screen porch windows are generally less expensive than glass as well as relatively easy to install.
If you can measure accurately and follow step-by-step instructions, you may have all the skills necessary to install these porch windows yourself.
Or, if you prefer, a reputable contractor or handy-person can do it for you.
Eze-Breeze ® porch windows allow for maximum comfort
Note: The information provided below is based on installing porch screen windows between your existing framing.
If building a screen porch or porch addition on a deck, patio, or from the ground up, please see our
"how to build a screened porch" section.
If you like the idea of this product, contact the folks at Eze-Breeze for all the specific details that you need to make an informed decision for your porch.
This is perhaps the most critical step in the process of creating your new outdoor room.
But have no fear, we found videos you can review to ensure your measurements are precise.
Here's an example below and a link to other pertinent videos for your viewing pleasure.
Video provided by DIYEzeBreeze
Important Note: No matter what porch windows you choose, measuring accurately will save you lots of headaches later.
Most, if not all, manufacturers and distributors are not responsible for your measurements.
Because they are custom made, once the production process has started, the order usually cannot be changed or canceled.
As the folks at DIYEzeBreeze say: "Measure twice so you only have to order once!"
Time to Install
Mary and I recommend you watch this short instructional video to see how easy it is to install Eze-Breeze ® porch windows.
It is a great way to evaluate whether you can install them yourself or hire a contractor to assist.
Video provided by DIYEzeBreeze
There Are Options for These Porch Windows
We list a few of the options you will have below to fit your ideal needs.
Styles - Vertical or Horizontal
Four individual panels slide up and down on individual tracks to maximize ventilation.
These innovative windows are available in relatively large sizes and offer wonderful views with minimal framework.
More Window Options to Consider
With these porch windows that you close during the coolest seasons and open during the porch sitting seasons, you have several options.
In particular, you can usually choose the type of screening you get (standard or finer mesh to keep out the small bugs), the color of the window frames (to coordinate with your home) and the tint of the vinyl windows themselves (to cut down on glare and heat).
While tinting keeps the sun to a minimum and reduces heat, we also noticed on Pat's porch that when the windows are "stacked" in the open position, the tint becomes more prominent, cutting down on light in your porch.
Just something to mull over when deciding which tint you'd like, if any.
How About This Idea for Screen Porch Windows?
Use sliding panels for large openings like your garage so that you have an awesome screen room instantly.
Convert your garage into a screen or three season room
I remember as a teen, my father and grandfather building large screen panels to fit across our garage door opening to create an enclosed screen porch.
Mom and Dad enjoyed many hours relaxing in their new screened porch, playing cards and entertaining friends.
Although Dad was ahead of his time he would have loved the versatility of screen porch windows like these.
is located at
6821 Market St.,
Wilmington NC 28405.
Their phone number is 855-777-9987
Owners Paul and Mary
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A wonderful way to enclose your porch
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