SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA-Carini Heating and air conditioning will be manning a booth and interacting with the community at the 15th annual Old House Fair on June 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Old House Fair is a free festival on 30th Street and Beech Street in South Park that celebrates the old homes and the historic San Diego community. One of the most popular activities of the festival is touring the historic homes in the area. There will be free walking tours, an hour-long trolley tour for $5 and the official Historic Home Tour for $20. The festival will also have live music and entertainment, a food expo, arts and crafts, and dozens of local craftsmen, contractors, shop owners and businesses.
“Events like the Old House Fair are a great way for us to get more involved in the community,” the San Diego, cooling and heating expert says.
Carini hopes to share that his company understands the unique challenge historic home owners face of balancing preservation of the character of the home without sacrificing the benefits of modern technology. Many of the original architectural structures of historic homes, especially lath and plaster walls or low-pitch roofs, aren’t conducive to the easy-installation, pre-fabricated systems frequently used by other San Diego HVAC companies.
We specialize in air conditioning and furnace repair, service and installation for older and historic homes and have done a lot of work in the neighborhoods of South Park, Kensington, Mission Hills, North Park and La Jolla. Our team can create custom systems that give homeowners the state-of-the-art technology and efficiency of modern systems without detracting from the original architecture.
“We’re not out to sell every customer a new system though because not every older and historic home needs one. We inspect your current system, discuss your needs and priorities and give you options that fit your specific circumstances,” says Carini, who has more than a decade of experience in Alpine air conditioning and heating repair.
He encourages homeowners to stop by his booth at Old House Fair to talk with an experienced technician.