Should I have My Ducts Cleaned?

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – People are sweating more than just the rising temps this time of year. They are sweating the thought of a rising utility bill and fears of a stagnant HVAC system circulating dirty air into their homes as their AC kicks it into high gear.

A desire to keep their summer electricity bill at “spring time” lows and to keep their family healthy makes many homeowners susceptible to empty promises of money-saving, health-improving services, including our favorite: routine air duct cleaning. Read more

Carini Heating, Air and Plumbing Nominated for San Diego Business Journal 2014 Family Owned Business Award

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San Diego, CA – February 27, 2014 – Carini Heating, Air and Plumbing, one of San Diego’s fastest growing HVAC companies, has been nominated for the prestigious Family Owned Business Award for 2014 by the San Diego Business Journal. The award recognizes family owned and operated businesses in San Diego based on company growth, customer satisfaction and community service. The awards will be presented on Thursday, April 3, 2014 at an awards reception at the Paradise Point Resort and Spa, 1404 Vacation Road, San Diego, CA 92109. Read more

We Want Your Opinion Of Our Service

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA-Carini Heating And Air Conditioning is a small, family-owned business, and the highest form of thanks customers can give us is leaving a review on Google+ Local.

“We know it is a lot to ask a customer to take the time to write a review about us, and we are grateful to have the many wonderful reviews and happy customers,” says Gabriel Carini. “We are also very proud of their feedback.” Read more

One Way We Are Helping Protect The Environment And Meeting Customers’ Needs

SANTEE, CALIFORNIA- One of the things that we strive for at Carini Heating, Air and Plumbing is to provide the latest in green technology, installation and service practices.

Recycling the metals from heating, ventilation and air conditioning units is one way we do that.

“We haul away any scrap metal leftover from old heating and cooling units after a system installation or scraps from a heating or AC repair and recycle it responsibly,” says Gabriel Carini, who has more than a decade of experience in the industry. Read more

Angie’s List Recognizes Carini Heating And Air Conditioning’s Customer Service with 75 Stellar Reviews

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Carini Heating And Air Conditioning recently received the 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award, recognizing the HVAC company’s commitment to excellent customer service.

Angie’s List is the nation’s leading provider of consumer reviews on local contractors and doctors in more than 500 service categories. The review site gives out the Super Service Award at the end of the year to businesses that are cream of the crop.

“We really appreciate this prestigious honor from such a high-quality review site. Angie’s List members are consumers who take the time to write serious, thorough and straightforward reviews that help others learn more about a company,” says Gabriel Carini, the owner of the San Diego County heating and cooling company.

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Six Ways to Weatherize Your Home or Business

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, Air and Plumbing.
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Stop Air Conditioning The Outside

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Any homeowner trying to save money on heating and cooling costs should look up first, according to Gabriel Carini, owner of a San Diego heating and air conditioning service and installation company.

“Up to 40 percent of a home’s conditioned air escapes through the attic,” says Carini Heating, Air and Plumbing’s founder. “Adding attic insulation provides a continuous thermal barrier that minimizes heat flow through the ceiling.”

The heating and air expert recommends homeowners add blown-in attic insulation to keep their homes cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Carini uses AttiCat’s Expanding Blown-In PINK Fiberglas insulation, a product from Owens Corning. Read more