Open Accessibility Menu

If pollen is your enemy, Eze-Breeze widows are your allies

There is no prettier time of year in the Piedmont Triad area than spring. Perhaps it is the surge of optimism and excitement that comes with the end of winter, but the explosion of blooms on the ground and in the trees is certainly a huge part of it.

Whether you love the fragile cherry blossoms, the fragrant lilacs or the sunshine of the daffodils, there is something for everyone to love about spring…unless you are allergic to pollen. Enter, these versatile windows, which can be installed in your new screened porch project, to create a sun porch that will allay some of the negative effects of pollen.

Eze-Breeze screened porch
Eze-Breeze screened porch/sunroom

We visited a customer in Lewisville last month to give her an estimate on re-screening her existing screened porch with a pony wall. At the time that she called for her free consultation on her Piedmont Triad screened porch, she had never seen the Eze-Breeze window system. We talked with her about how she uses her outdoor living space and she told us that she generally loves the porch, but that she always dreaded pollen season, both because of her allergies and because of the huge, hard-to-clean mess it creates.

The Eze-Breeze window option by Archadeck Piedmont Triad was a revelation for her. By converting her existing porch to a 3-4 season room, she has created a completely different space. The pony wall is gone, so she has light and visibility from floor to ceiling. The windows really open up the porch and make it much more airy. The glass panels with white vinyl trim are easily raised or lowered on one side of the room or all of them. She can control how much breeze blows through on any given day. If the air is cold or choked with gritty, yellow pollen, the windows stay closed and she turns on the new ceiling fan.

It’s still early days, so our client really hasn’t been able to experience the best part of the Piedmont Triad Eze-Breeze room. In years past the room was really only usable for about 5 months out of the year. Pollen and cold kept her inside the rest of the time. Now she can enjoy the beauty of the spring blooms without the watery eyes and the sneezes and she doesn’t have to scrub to clean the grit out of her all-weather wicker furniture. This season is the beginning of a whole new outdoor life for this homeowner.

Archadeck teamIf you are considering adding a custom screened porch to your home, Archadeck of the Piedmont Triad would like to be your building partner. Give us a call for a free consultation at (336) 568-8230, drop us an email or fill out a contact form on this website. We look forward to your call.