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					WHY EZ BREATHE ?
            THE PROBLEM
 AIR TIGHT HOMES
  The entire building industry today is
  dedicated to energy efficiency. This is due
  to the energy crisis recognized in the 1970’s
              What Makes an
              Air Tight Home?
   Blown Insulation
   Tyvex house wrap
   Windows (Double, triple pane)
   Doors
   Roofs
   Siding
   Sealants
   Caulking
The Effects of an Air Tight Home
Positive Effects     Negative Effects

 Energy Efficient      Stagnant Air
 Low Energy Costs      Trapped Gases
     Resale Value      Pollutants
                        Allergens

                     (everyday living, bathing,
                       cooking, cleaning
“ The Environmental Protection Agency states, that
   the air in the average American Home/Building is
   3 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air”



“There isn’t any virtue in creating a tight structure if
  the quality of air in that structure is substantially
  lower than the outdoor air.”
                         Michael Fallarino,
                         Green Building Product News, May, 2006
     Sick Home Syndrome Symptoms
      Sick Home Syndrome – situations in which a structures occupants
experience acute, adverse health effects and/or discomfort that appear to be
 linked to spending time within the structure and have no specific link to an
   illness, caused by poor air quality often linked to little or no ventilation.

   Headaches
   Eye, Nose or Throat Irritation
   Dizziness
   Difficulty Concentrating
   Fatigue
   Sinus/Respiratory Infections
 Ineffective Methods for the Air Tight
            Home Problem
Ineffective Methods   Ineffective Functions
Dehumidifiers         Collects Moisture but
                      No Ventilation
Air Purifiers         Recirculates the same air
                       /Creates Ozone
Plug-ins, Candles     Masks the Problem


Open Windows          Brings in High Humidity
                        and Pollutants
   Three Possible SOLUTIONS
 The American lung association and EPA
  recognize that there are three major
  strategies for reducing indoor air pollution:


          Source Control
              Air Cleaning
                   and Ventilation
             Source Control
 Eliminating the individual sources of indoor
  air pollution or reducing there emissions is
  one way to improve the air quality in the
  home.

 This approach is not practical as most
  sources of indoor air pollution are by-
  products of our lifestyle
              Air Cleaning
The effectiveness of an air cleaner depend on
 many variables including how will it collect
 polluutants from indoor air, how much it
 draws through the cleaning/ filtering
 elements and what health risks are created
 by the purification process.
             Ventilation
    The Best Solution EZ Breathe
 EZ Breathe draws moist, stale,
  contaminated air out of the home

 Replenishes, it replaces moist air with fresh
  dry air. A complete home air exchange
  occurs about 6 to 10 time each day.

 Regulates, Airflow is monitored to reach and
  maintain a desired level of humidity
    Features & Benefits of EZ Breathe

 No filter / No Maintenance
 Combats Destructive Dampness
 Cost effective $2 - $4 per month
 Covers up to 7000 square feet
 Three units in one
  Air purifier, Dehumidifier and Air Exchanger
 Improves Indoor Air Quality
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