Organic Pollutants in the Home

Organic pollutants found in your home that you should be concerned about are molds, mildew, VOC’s,
fungi, bacteria and dust mites. Some, such as pollen, are produced outside the home and enter your
home on your clothes, your pets, your hair or simply by opening and closing the front door.

Mold and mildew that are generated in the home discharge spores into the air. Mold, mildew, fungi and
bacteria are often found in areas of the home that have high humidity levels, such as bathrooms,
kitchens and laundry rooms. Dust mites and animal dander are problematic when they become airborne
while dusting, vacuuming, making beds or when fabrics are disturbed.

Remember that the average 1500 sq. foot home in Florida generates approximately a wheelbarrow
full of dust. And each ounce of that dust contains about 4000 dust mites!
Dust mites have been
identified as the single most important trigger for asthma attacks.

What that means to you and your family is simple and straight forward; allergic reactions. Allergic
reactions are the most common health problems associated with indoor air pollutants. Symptoms
frequently include watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing, nasal congestion, itching, coughing, wheezing
and difficulty breathing, headache, dizziness and fatigue.

CALL TODAY! Easy Breezy A/C’s certified technicians will be happy to help you alleviate and eliminate these contaminates.

How Interior Paint Colors Affect Your Energy Savings

In the mood to Paint It Black!    When you were a teenager and wanted to paint your room black to match your wardrobe or a garish green to match the new album cover you got for Christmas, the idea probably didn’t sit well with your parents.     Now you’re a homeowner and anything goes when it comes to color choice!     This is the time to consider how the colors you choose will impact your energy costs.  

How Dark Paint Colors Make A Room Warmer

If you paint a room that has no windows a dark color, then it is very possible it will cost you no more in terms of your cooling costs.      However, dark colors do tend to make a room feel smaller, so they are rarely chosen for rooms that don’t have at least a few windows in them.     When you paint a room with one or two windows a dark color, the light from the sun will absorb into the room more than it would with a lighter color, making the overall temperature of the room warmer and requiring your HVAC system to work harder to properly cool that room.

What To Do To Cut Down Energy Costs In A Dark Room

If you do have a room in your home that you want to paint with dark colors, there are a couple things you can consider doing to help cut down on energy costs to cool that room.     Consider painting only one accent wall in the room with the darker color, then the remaining walls in the room with a light color.      If you do decide to paint all the walls the same dark color, make sure you cover all the windows in the room with heavy curtains that will reflect the light from the sun back out of the room.      While this will make the room feel smaller and more closed in, it will also help cut back on the cost of cooling the room.      Regular maintenance will help as well.

If you are concerned about your energy bills, call an EasyBreezy AC professional technician today for an in-home assessment of the efficiency of your current system.

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