Do you love soaking up the sun on your porch but find you don’t spend much time on it? Sometimes having an entirely open outdoor space just isn’t practical. Get more use out of your existing porch or patio enclosure with Eze-Breeze sliding panels.
The Aluminum Company of North Carolina professionally installs Eze-Breeze panels for a wide range of uses, from pool and porch enclosures to garage door conversions and conservatories. Transform nearly any space into a versatile screened-in sunroom! Whether you’d like to replace existing screens or are adding them for the first time, low-maintenance, durable Eze-Breeze panels make an excellent choice for your home.
Open, Eze-Breeze screen panels let in the sunshine and breeze while blocking out mosquitoes and other outdoor annoyances. Closed, the lightweight vinyl panels guard your home from the elements, including rain, snow and unwanted sunlight. An enclosed porch allows you to make the most of your outdoor space all year round.
Choose between vertical four-track panels or horizontal side-slider panels for your outdoor space. Both options are easily operated and allow you to effortlessly remove the vinyl panels, leaving only the screens in place.
Plus, with Eze-Breeze sliding panels, you can choose your frame color, vinyl color and screen type to achieve a completely custom look. The panels themselves can be custom fitted to your existing screen openings, making installation possible within a matter of days.
Wouldn’t you like to add more space to your home? With Eze-Breeze sliding panels, your porch or patio enclosure will become a more livable area all year long. The Aluminum Company is proud to install Eze-Breeze sliding panels in homes across North Carolina. Contact us today for a free consultation and to learn more about Eze-Breeze panels.
The Aluminum Company of North Carolina is proud to provide home improvement in the following areas: Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary, Morrisville, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, Wilson, Zebulon, Rocky Mount, Henderson, Mebane, Efland, Burlington, and Greensboro.