2019 has been a banner year—for pollen. April 5th recorded 6,262 pollen (nomal high is 1500)— the third highest count since 2012! This, in turn, causes Atlantans to abandon their screen porch retreats in an effort to avoid this allergen’s full effect. Even people without allergies are impacted as green/yellow powder coats their furniture and covers their floors. Not a good look!
Adding traditional windows will do wonders for pollen protection, but they come at a high cost. That’s why Eze-Breeze®, a retractable screen porch window system, has gained popularity in Georgia and the entire Southeast. You can actually add Eze-Breeze to your existing screen porch or make it a feature for a new back porch addition.
Eze-Breeze gives you the flexibility to have the benefits of a screen porch or sunroom at the drop of a hat. In a moment’s notice, you can have an open-air room, OR an enclosed environment when pollen comes calling. It doesn’t get any more convenient than that.
Eze-Breeze windows are made out of vinyl, which is transparent like glass, but if impacted, returns to its original shape in seconds. Did we mention they are quite affordable, too? Plus, they are easy to operate, don’t obstruct views, and offer floor to ceiling ventilation.
Speaking of vents, you can open them either vertically or horizontally to achieve the optimum amount of natural sunlight while keeping your space pollen free — that goes for dirt, insects and harmful direct rays of the sun.
Once pollen season ends, simply slide the windows up or down and they completely retract returning your porch to a screened room.
Whether you already have a porch or are thinking of adding more additional living space to your home, contact us to learn more about the Eze-Breeze system. Our installation team has years of experience with the product and many happy customers singing its praises. See a quick Eze-Breeze video with our owner, Dave Tibbetts.