Breezecatcher is a company that specializes in outdoor, innovative clotheslines. The company was originally established in Ireland in 1992, but now has United States locations in Chicago and Los Angeles and in Vancouver, British Columbia. Each Breezecatcher product is handmade and individually assembled using top materials to ensure quality of the product and that it can last for long periods of time in an outdoor environment. After all, the company was founded by a former engineer with an array of experience with mechanical and electronic systems.
Breezecatcher's products--fittingly--dry clothes through the breeze. It's an environmentally friendly way to do the wash, with the ability to dry a load of laundry without having to use the gas or electricity of a drying machine, thereby reducing carbon emissions and the burden on the environment, while also decreasing your utility bills. Breezecatcher's clotheslines are also hundreds of dollars cheaper than your average drying machine and there are no load limits, fabric softener sheets and timer settings. It's drying as nature intended it and often faster than the drying machine way, depending on the particular climate you live in. For example, if you live in a warm climate or a windy climate, it will dry clothes faster than a mild climate with little or no breeze.
Breezecatcher offers two types of innovative clotheslines: A parallel clothesline and a rotary clothesline. The rotary clotheslines are available with three or four arms, and are designed so that customers can purchase ones that spin (for faster drying purposes) or don't spin. For example, Breezecatcher's four-arm, spinning rotary clothesline offers up to 140 feet of rotary clothesline. It is made with tubular aluminum, a lightweight, high-strength material and is designed so the clothesline's lines will not drop or sag. It's designed to rotate very easily in just a slight breeze, to ensure that your clothes are dried faster and more efficiently. What's more is that the product weighs just 15 pounds, making it easy to be folded and stored when not in use. This particular clothesline is one of Breezecatcher's most popular products for purchase. There is also an adjustable-height rotary clothesline available that spans 150 feet. All rotary clotheslines come with a 10-year warranty on all mechanical parts.
The other type of clothesline offered is the parallel clothesline. These types are slightly bigger and heavier than the rotary clotheslines offered, but just as effective. They're constructed with heavy-duty aluminum for durability and is also able to fold for storage when not in use. The product weighs about 22 pounds and comes with a 10-year warranty on all mechanical parts. It offers comparable clothes drying space to the other models that Breezecatcher offers. Storage covers, ground sockets and clothesline wires are also available from Breezecatcher.