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Old 05-26-2015, 09:04 AM   #1
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Ez-Breeze 3 season porch

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Does anyone have any experience with the Ez-Breeze three season porch systems? I would be interested in your overall thoughts regarding, cleaning, installation, and overall satisfaction, or dissatisfaction.

Thanks in advance!
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We have a porch using this system and love it. We wanted a screen porch when we built about 6 years ago and had seen the system at a home show for years. We wipe down the panels with the recommended spray at the start of the season and visibility is still good. We like the flexibility of how much of the window we can have open. We have a small propane heater on the porch and with the windows mostly closed except for a vent, we can really extend the time we get to use the porch. A bit on the expensive side but the screens have held up better than we expected so nothing but good to say from here.
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Old 05-27-2015, 11:47 AM   #3
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Thanks for the reply. Do you get a lot of pollen in the spring? Our current porch is unusable at that time of the year. With this system, we are hoping to be able to use the porch all spring, and well into the early winter! We also have a porch propane heater.
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We get a LOT of oak pollen and the screens/windows do a good job keeping it at bay. Doesn't stop it all as the pollen is so windblown and fine but gets most of it. They may have some newer screen options now for an even finer screen than we have- We did our porch in 2009l. Good luck.
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