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Six Ways To Help Air Conditioners Battle Extreme Heat

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA-The summer heat has been scorching San Diego’s inland areas and keeping air conditioning units running full blast. Twice last month, El Cajon High School had to dismiss students early due to the high temperatures and a broken air conditioning unit.

“Triple digit temperatures usually mean higher energy bills and more AC repair calls, but there are things people can to do help their HVAC unit keep up with the heat,” says Gabriel Carini, who is a Santee air conditioning and heating business owner. Read more

Air Filters: Don’t Let Out Of Sight Mean Out Of Mind

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Too often out of sight means out of mind, especially when it comes to air filters, but heating and cooling expert Gabriel Carini says changing them on schedule is important for the residents’ health and the effectiveness and life of the unit.

“Filters keep dust and dirt from entering HVAC equipment and prevent pollutants from being spread throughout the home,” says the owner of Carini Heating and Air Conditioning in San Diego.

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Ever Consider Relocating Your Furnace? Experts Say You Should

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