To achieve the best results, consult a professional mason and follow our installation guidelines. Use the information on installation materials. Use a stable surface like concrete and avoid freezing temperatures. Do not dry stack or construct a wall on shifting substrates like sand or gravel. For detailed installation recommendations, reference our Ultimate Breeze Block Guide.
Can be used in residential or commercial applications.
- Exterior | Porch, Patio, Walkway, Driveway, Partition wall, Backyard, Terrace, Fencing
- Interior | Partition wall, Pony wall, Room divider, Accent or decorative wall
WHERE TO INSTALL BREEZE BLOCKS
Where form meets function, breeze blocks can serve as a design accent, a shade covering or a vented wall system in your backyard! Besides being pretty to look at, these architectural pieces can actively raise your comfort level. Their main purpose is to balance the impact of sunlight and provide welcoming ventilation.
Screen off the view of your space from the street, while maintaining natural light indoors | Austin Living Landscape | Reagen Taylor Photography
Create your own, well ventilated and shaded oasis in your backyard | Install Jon Nuckels | Photo Nick Simonite
Inside or outside, create some boundaries | B. Berry Interiors | Photo Peter Frank Edwards
Add an element of texture and depth to a commercial space | GDP Design Build
Add warmth and privacy to your space.
Give your gathering space an extra special design element | Photo Kylie Fitts
Functional and pretty, a perfect addition to your elevated private outdoor space.
Make your walkthrough just as beautiful as where it takes you. | Kieran Reeves Photography