I turn off the A/C during the day when I'm at work as per recommendation by the local utility. This way they say I will save $ by having the A/C run continuously for a long period in the late afternoon to cool for evening rather than keeping the A/C on (even if turning it up a few degrees) and it turning on and off during the day.
The concern I have is: my house gets up to 91-94 degrees by late afternoon before the A/C turns on and ultimately cools it to 82-83. I'm concerned that these high temperatures will absorb humidity somehow.
1) Will this create extra humidity that may affect my exterior paint?
2) Could the constant (4-5 months out of the year) fluctuation of 92 to 82 degrees also cause problems to other aspects of the house?
Thanks in advance, Hank