August and Outdoor Living

Well, we have made  it  to the last month of summer,  August.  August has always seemed a paradoxical month to me.  It is still officially summer but  many of us with children in school are cramming in that last bit of vacation before the back to school rush begins.  The weather starts to show a little hint of change, one day blazing hot and then a refreshingly cool day. It is a month that makes one start thinking of Fall. There is an old saying that if you count the foggy mornings in August they equal the number of snows in the coming winter.  Whether that is true or not it, I got to thinking about the changing of the seasons and knowing that is always one part of life you can count on in these unstable times.

Here at our Archadeck office we offer a product to our customers that takes them from season to season, allowing them the comfort and enjoyment of outdoor living  year round.  Eze-Breeze offers a unique, custom-designed window system that creates more livability on your screened porch, deck or gazebo.  A window system which is versatile, attractive, rugged and simple to use.  Open, they let the breeze in while keeping out the bugs and debris.  Closed, they offer protection from summer sun and changing weather.  Other features and benefits include:

  • Maintenance free aluminum framework
  • Lifetime limited warranty
  • Panels lift out for easy cleaning
  • Tint options to give shade and privacy
  • 4-Track windows with screens that open 75% to allow great airflow
  • Affordable alternative to a costly glass windows

So this August think about extending your outdoor enjoyment and livability into the changing season and give us a call and ask us about Eze-Breeze windows.  We will be happy to tell you more.

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