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Sanborn’s Answers Your HVAC FAQ’s

Over the years, Sanborn’s Air Conditioning & Heating has answered a lot of questions about heating repairs and how to heat homes in Highland, Redlands, and all of the Inland Empire. We thought you might want to hear some of the most common questions we hear.

I hear about heat pumps and gas furnaces and find it confusing. What’s the best choice for heating a home in Southern California where our winters are mild?

We sympathize with you because we know the choices can be confusing. The correct answer to your question depends on your situation, and to some degree your personal preference.

Heating with natural gas generally

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Sanborn’s Can Take the Fright out of Your HVAC Ghosts & Goblins

Do you have HVAC ghosts and goblins in your home this Halloween? Maybe this conversation sounds familiar? “Oh look dear, doesn’t our little girl Amy look cute all dressed up like the big bad wolf for Halloween?” Amy, with that exaggerated look of disgust that children are famous for, responded, “Mom, this isn’t a fuzzy costume. I’m all bundled up because it’s freezing in my room!” Okay, maybe there’s some literary exaggeration going on here because it’s not really cold yet in Southern California, but you get the point. Hot and cold spots are a real issue in many homes.

Don’t put up with it. Halloween

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Call Sanborn’s for Your Commercial HVAC Needs

There are key differences between commercial and residential HVAC systems. The differences can usually be broken down into some broad categories:


Many commercial systems are installed on the roof because they are much larger than residential heating and cooling units. It also allows technicians to work on the systems without interfering with activities inside the building.

Packaged vs Split:

In a home, the system functions are split between inside units (blowers, fans, etc.) and an outside compressor. Commercial systems are often one package, built together, inside a single cabinet.

Modular vs Standalone:

Many commercial systems are modular, meaning you can add or remove heating and cooling capacity as the

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