One of the most common calls that heating and air conditioning contractors get during the fall and winter seasons, comes after San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) performs a furnace inspection for a homeowner and tells the customer that they have a cracked heat exchanger. A cracked heat exchanger is a serious issue – so much so that SDG&E usually puts a red tag on the furnace and may shut off the gas, lock the utility meter or actually completely disconnect the furnace. A red tag on the equipment states that the furnace has been shut down and is dangerous to operate unless repaired or replaced. Read more
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA — We see and hear of people who have done all sorts of things thinking they were improving appearances or cutting down on the cost of heating and cooling their San Diego home. What they actually did was decrease their units’ efficiency and increase their utility bill and likelihood of needing an air conditioning repair. Read more
Every year when cold weather rolls in and furnaces and heaters get fired up, local cooling and heating service providers get an influx of calls about broken heating systems.
“Don’t get caught without heat this winter or stuck with whatever San Diego heating company is available,” says Gabriel Carini, who is an HVAC expert. “Schedule an appointment now to have your heating unit tuned up so it’s ready to go when the temperatures drop.” Read more
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA -You may have never considered it, but there are some very convincing reasons to hang your furnace instead of leaving it on the ground in a crawlspace or in a closet in the house.
In most cases, hanging the furnace is actually the ideal location, according to Gabriel Carini, the founder of Carini Heating and Air Conditioning, a San Diego heating repair expert. Read more
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Whenwinter weather starts to set in, owners of vintage and older homes and businesses are the ones who feel the cool air coming in first.
“The key to making a home or other building more thermally efficient and comfortable in cold weather is to limit the opportunities for these losses,” says Gabriel Carini, an Alpine and San Diego heating repair expert.
There are two major ways buildings lose heat: conduction and infiltration. Conduction is heat transfer through materials, and infiltration means air is moving through cracks and joints. These are the areas to focus on when working to weatherize a home.
Many of these fixes do not require specialized skills or expensive materials, just a commitment of time, energy and some basic supplies available at local hardware stores, according to the owner of Carini Heating and Air Conditioning.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Carini Heating and Air Conditioning offers detailed project estimates, performed on site, free of charge to the client.
“Getting a phone or Internet quote on your San Diego HVAC installation will likely cost you more in the long run and could exceed your project budget,” says Gabriel Carini, an expert in ventilation, heating and air. “San Diego, CA professionals who do not physically come to your home, business or commercial property cannot give an accurate or detailed estimate.” Read more