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EZ-Screen windows

Posted by mindysteve (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 19, 10 at 19:03

Does anyone have EZ-Screen Windows installed in a porch? They're aluminum-framed windows that hold mesh screens and 4 vinyl-glazed panels that lift up and down depending on how much open screen you want. ( We're curious how these vinyl panels hold up over the years. Do they scratch or discolor easily? Do they keep their shape and clarity? We have 100 degree summers -- do the vinyl panels withstand the heat? Any and all info & experience with these windows would be appreciated.

Mindy & Steve

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RE: EZ-Screen windows

I used the pgt ez breeze in my northern il sunroom - you can see the pics on the deck picture thread (search momof3kids) we put them in a year and a 1/2 ago- we still love them. We have had the kids backup chairs into them and they have a lot of give and haven't ripped yet. They go back to shape after a day or so. We had a big storm with high winds a few weeks ago and had no problems. We have no heat out there and so in the dead of winter, it is too cold. I like the fact we can get 75% screen in the summer. Very happy with them and they still look great!

RE: EZ-Screen windows

We looked at these windows at the Minneapolis Home and Garden show yesterday. Are there any updates on these posts. Have they held up over the years?

RE: EZ-Screen windows

Still love my windows - haven't had any tears or holes - almost 5 years later - my friend got some holes from her dog's nails - but she replaced the vinyl easily but something to consider if you have pets and the windows are low .

RE: EZ-Screen windows

I have recently purchased EZ Breeze and would say that it is a good product. I would strongly caution you when you order them online with the measurements. The measurement instructional video is poor at best and the person taking the order is incompetent. 8 of 12 windows purchased were too big and the company would not do anything to stand behind their product. Fortunately I can do some carpentry. The company is just out to make money and has no customer service

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