August 6, 2014 | Posted in Vinyl Window Information | By

For the majority of homeowners, cost is a considerable factor in deciding whether or not to remodel their porch. Whether your sunroom will be built from scratch or you are converting an existing screen porch, creating a realistic budget is vital. Many people don’t know where to start when researching the cost of different window options. Below is a breakdown of the cost of Easy Breeze window systems to make your planning process easier!

Eze Breeze Cost

How to save money with Easy Breeze Windows

Purchase vinyl over glass
Easy Breeze windows are a 3-season room product made from 10-mil vinyl. You will have the look and functionality of glass at about a third of the cost.

Don’t pay extra for color
It does not cost extra to have a different color frame or have a tint added to the vinyl. Standard screens are also included free of charge.

The size of your cabana door
Factor into the Easy Breeze price whether or not you need an Easy Breeze Cabana Door to go along with your windows. Our cabana doors do have stock sizes options: 36″ x 80″ or 32″ x 80.” Staying within the standard sizes will definitely help reduce your cost. Custom sized doors can be very expensive. Keep in mind that we can add in fixed transoms to fill the space above your door.

Do-It-Yourself
Because Easy Breeze Windows are so easy to install, you can save thousands of dollars by doing it yourself and not paying for a contractor. Even though it may seem intimidating to some homeowners, we are here to help you in any way we can with the process. See for yourself how easy the window systems are to install with our How-To videos.

Things to consider

Smaller windows vs fewer windows
Easy Breeze cost depends on a variety of factors. When you call or emails us, we need to know the quantity of windows that you need and the sizes. All of our windows are priced according to the dimensions. Smaller windows are less than larger windows. However, it is sometimes more cost effective to go with fewer, larger windows than a large number of smaller windows. For example, eight 24 inch wide windows will cost a lot more than four 48 inch wide windows.

Upgrading your view
BetterVue Screens are offered as an upgrade and will typically cost between $200-$400 depending on the size and quantity of your windows, but you will certainly love the clear view of your backyard if you go with this option.

We are always happy to discuss different design ideas and options with you to help you create a room that is beautiful and within your budget! Give us a call at 855-888-6822 or email us at diyeasybreeze@gmail.com.