Organic Pollutants in the Home

Wich organic pollutants are more dangerous?

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. That is why, sometimes, getting a New AC Westchase should solve at least part of the problem.

Organic Pollutants

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.



Indoor Air Quality Distributor

Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, EasyBreezy A/C of New Port Richey, Florida, is proud to announce it has been selected as an exclusive distributor for Phenomenal Aire’s new Indoor Air Cold Plasma Technology.

Commenting on the appointment, Owner Mike Mattingly noted, “Our expertise and lengthy experience with Indoor Air Quality products along with our exceptionally trained and certified techs played a critical role in our appointment, plus we have over 50 years’ experience.”

Phenomenal Aire Indoor Air Quality an Easy Breezy A/C exclusive

Co-owner, Mike Smith went on to say, “Customers that have used this advanced indoor air cleaning technology have raved about its affordable price and no planned replacement (infrared bulbs).”

Both owners stressed the fact that the entire organization went through a comprehensive training program and are very well- versed in the product and understand the importance of educating homeowners to the pathogens, bacteria, dander, pollen and mold found inside their homes.

EasyBreezy A/C of New Port Richey, Florida, is the only air conditioning business with the expertise necessary to bring this newest and best indoor air cleaner to the market. This advanced product improves air quality and cleans the air in your home naturally and safely.


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5 Signs You Need a New Air Conditioner

There are times when a homeowner should consider completely replacing their HVAC system instead of just repairing it. While it can be expensive to upgrade your air conditioner, it can actually help to save on costly energy and maintenance bills down the road.

But before you decide to replace, here are some ways to assure that your unit is incapable of repair, or just simply too old to function in a costly manner.

  • Your AC Unit is Older Than Your First Born.

    Any heat pump/air conditioning units should be considered to be upgraded if they are older than ten years old. If your furnace or boiler is older than 15 years, you may also think of replacing these as well. If you notice that your air conditioner is not keeping your house cool enough, even when the thermostat is set correctly, then this may be a sign that its age has caught up with its ability to cool your home.

 

  • Your Air Conditioner Is Always Working.

    If your unit is constantly running even when it is set on “Auto”, this may mean that your system is overloaded and this could be a good indication of that it needs to be replaced. This is especially true if it doesn’t seem to cool the house properly even after running all day. By replacing the unit, you could actually save on high monthly energy bills caused by an overworked system.

 

  • High Monthly Energy Bills.

Did you know HVAC systems account for 40% of your energy bill? If your unit is costing you a pretty penny every month in utility bills, you may want to start thinking about replacing your air conditioner. There are several new energy efficient options, that are also surprisingly affordable.

 

  • Your Air Conditioner Is Always Breaking Down.

    The summer is nearly half over and if you have had to call an HVAC technician to your home 2 to 3 times already because your AC keeps breaking down, then a new unit may be your better option.

 

  • It Breaks the 5,000 Rule.

    A general rule of thumb in the HVAC industry is if your repair costs are over $5,000 then you should be looking at new units instead. If the repairs will cost you less than $5,000, then go ahead and get the fix done. Also be sure to add a maintenance plan to routinely check your air conditioner for problems before they happen.

Finally, if these tips helped you to solve your A/C problem, you want more orientation or you want to request a new AC, please do not hesitate to contact us to receive more information about it!



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