SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Gabriel Carini, a San Diego air conditioning service expert, offers ducting for different applications, for clients who are repairing or replacing whole-house heating and cooling systems.

The Carini Heating, Air and Plumbing owner says the company offers a variety of ducting options, including alternatives that improve indoor air quality or for dampening sound in houses or commercial buildings.

Music studios, theater rooms, or other locations where extreme quiet is desired are best suited for ductwork focused on sound dampening. Carini uses acoustical ductwork as one method of reducing the overall noise associated with an HVAC system.

“Acoustical ducting reduces the noise that is disseminated through the ducts from the HVAC unit when air is flowing, making everything quieter,” says Carini, a San Diego heating air specialist.

The key technology to the ductwork he uses at his San Diego heating and airconditioning company is the inner core that is perforated to allow the thermal insulation to absorb the noise. The ductwork is also formaldehyde-free and approved by the UL, an independent, not-for-profit product safety testing and certification organization, says Carini, an expert in whole-house air conditioning repair. San Diego residents replacing the duct in their home or business may have other concerns like improving indoor air quality.

Some types of environments are more prone than others to having air contaminants grow and then be dispersed through the HVAC system, according to the San Diego air conditioning repair pro. This growth can be inhibited in part by using specialized ductwork with an inner core coated with antimicrobial technology that resists bacteria, fungi, mold, and mildew growth.

“Our goal is to provide high-quality products that help improve indoor air quality whenever possible,” says Carini, an expert in San Diego air conditioning, heating, and ventilation for residential and commercial properties.