Eureka Northern Breeze Screen House
The Northern Breeze Screen House is Eureka's best screened shelter. Near-vertical walls and built-in wind/rain curtains that convert into awnings maximize space. Lightweight aluminum frame and heavy-duty fabric for easy transport and durability.
- Material: Wall - 5D StormShield®, Mesh - 50D no-see-um
- 4 pole square umbrella screen house sized to fit a picnic table inside or beneath awning
- Quality, shockcorded 7/8" - 1" aluminum frame is longer lasting and offer better performance in wind and rain than fiberglass
- UV resistant 150D StormShield® polyester splash cloth and roof is longer lasting than 75D polyester for maximum use
- 50D polyester no-see-um mesh wall panels
- Eureka! hub and ring and pin assembly offers easy set up
- Vertical side walls maximize interior space; 64.5 sq ft of awning covered exterior space on each side
- 2 full length doors zip completely open and out of the way for easy entry and exit
- Built-in wind/rain curtains on all 4 sides double as awnings when extra space is needed; 1 set of poles is included
- Optional snap-in floor sold separately
- Seasons: 3
- Frame: 875" - 1" seamless aluminum
- Center Height: 8'
- Tent Area: 144 sq. ft.
- Floor Size: 12' x 12'
- Pack Size: 9" x 32"
- Min Weight: 25 lbs.
- Doors: 2
- Windows: Full mesh panels w/ built in wind curtains
Purchase the Eureka Northern Breeze Screen House from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- September 8 2009
High quality, Easy to assemble. Keeps heavy rain and insects out
12'x12' Relatively light wt., Easy to assemble by one person. Very stable in wind & rain. Near vertical four walls keep rain out. High quality construction. Bottom skirt can be a bit larger to keep insects out. It is worth the price.
- August 12 2009
Used for the first time on Lake Michigan. Went through two storms and the Northern Breeze withstood the heavy wind and rain in great shape. The rain flaps kept us dry then provided additional space and shade once we raised them as a canopy. I don't think there is a better screen house out there.