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Making Evaporation Cool: Explaining DeVAP HVAC

Could DeVAP HVAC be the Future?

Air conditioning is a costly expense for any home or business, especially in Southern California. More than half of our average yearly energy bills are derived from our HVAC systems. A new technology in air conditioning, however, could soon change the way we heat and cool buildings.

Desiccant Enhanced Evaporative (DeVAP) HVAC has the potential to dramatically cut energy costs. Some projections show potential energy reductions as much as 90% depending on where you live and your energy needs. Here is a look at how DeVAP works and the effect it could have on the energy industry.

How Does DeVAP Work?

In order for air to be cooled by a traditional HVAC, the humidity must first be removed. This is where much of the energy is used. Traditional air conditioners first absorb hot air, condense the air, and cool it before pushing it back into a room. This process of dehumidifying the air becomes extremely energy-consuming, especially in climates where the air is moist.

In DeVAP air conditioning, new evaporation technology is blended with a form of liquid desiccant to dehumidify the air. Desiccants use the water in the air to create a cooling effect. In DeVAP, energy is only used when the air is being dehumidified. The cooling that occurs during evaporation only amplifies the cooling effect.

Natural gas is expected to power most of the DeVAP units; however, solar and other alternative energies should also be able to integrate with this new technology.

The Benefits of DeVAP

As stated above, the most attractive benefit to DeVAP versus traditional HVAC is cost savings. With DeVAP, the savings will vary depending on your home or business, how much heating and cooling you use, and the air around you. Although a saving of 90% is on the high end of savings projections, many businesses in Southern California can count on seeing reductions of at least 40% in overall energy consumption.

Energy companies themselves will also see the benefits of DeVAP, as the technology could cut overall demand during peak hours of the day, meaning brownouts and blackouts could be reduced.

DeVAP is beneficial for the environment, too. Substituting traditional air conditioning’s method of dehumidification with DeVAP ensures harmful refrigerants and other chemicals used in traditional air conditioning are removed. That makes DeVAP the greener choice, as coolant chemicals used in standard air conditioning have been linked to damaging the ozone layer.

Another perk of DeVAP HVAC units is that they will be able to better control temperature and humidity, since each is treated separately. The air produced by DeVAP is also known to have less of an artificial feeling than the standard air conditioning. This means the air may feel less stuffy and more comfortable.

Developing DeVAP for the Future

DeVAP technology has the potential to have an enormous impact on the HVAC industry. Businesses and homeowners would have the opportunity to keep their homes cooler and keep the environment cleaner for a fraction of the cost.

It will likely be some time before DeVAP technology is widespread and widely used. It could be a fixture in more buildings in a few years, but it will take time to implement on a wider scale. The goal of DeVAP technology currently is to reduce the size and cost of HVAC. While it will be more efficient, making the units themselves as affordable as traditional air conditioners is still a long-term obstacle.

Developers will continue to refine the components until there is a version of a DeVAP HVAC unit that can become marketable. Commercial air conditioning will likely see the first applications of DeVAP, with residential units not too far behind.

Contact Bob Jenson Air Conditioning & Heating today for more information on DeVAP technology. Learn how it could fit your future heating and cooling needs.

“People Love Us On Yelp! ” 2017 Award Recipient

THANK YOU Yelpers!!

After working hard to deliver consistent service for our customers here in San Diego, you guys had our backs by posting great reviews on Yelp. We got word today that we received the, 2017 “People Love Us On Yelp!” Award and we are very excited about it! Thanks all of you who took the time to share your great experience with the world. We appreciate you for being loyal customers and we will continue to be loyal to you. We look forward to a great summer and the challenge of keeping you comfortable thru the heat and beyond!

The Team at Bob Jenson A/C

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San Diego Patio Dining Top Spots

San Diego is a city known for its breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and phenomenal year-round weather. In a town where the average annual temperature is 63 degrees, regular outdoor dining is a favorite pastime for both residents and visitors alike.

Nearly 1.4 million people reside in this sunny city, and unsurprisingly, about 34.3 million people visit it each year.

The town’s beauty and abundance of attractions make it a hot spot for people of all ages to visit. From the renowned San Diego Zoo to the countless art galleries, gardens, and beach activities, people never struggle when it comes to finding something fun to do.

But aside from the obvious attractions, another great way for these out-of-town visitors, and residents, to immerse themselves in local culture is to enjoy an outdoor meal in the city. Guests can enjoy beautiful scenery, the ocean breeze, and fantastic alfresco tables all while sipping on a cocktail and munching on something spectacular. Whether you’re looking for a place to go as a family or on date night, the options for patio dining are endless.

Pasta, tacos, seafood, you name it! San Diego offers a wide variety of cuisine options that range from low-key and casual to upscale and chic. There are even eateries that are dog-friendly, so you have the option to take your furry family member with you.

Take a look at this infographic that shares San Diego’s top 7 eateries with fantastic patio dining where you can enjoy delicious food, spend time people watching, and soak in all that this sunny city has to offer.

Infographic displaying top San Diego patio dining spots

Spray Foam Insulation: Is It Right For Your Home?

The Benefits of Using Spray Foam Insulation with HVAC Systems

A lack of insulation in your property could be the same as throwing money out the window. According to the Department of Energy, air leakage within a home can account for anywhere between 30 and 50% of its annual heating and cooling costs. A tight building that resists air infiltration can improve everything from interior air quality, to moisture content, overall comfort, and more.

Spray polyurethane foam — or spray foam insulation — offers air barriers, to address the problem of air leakage in homes and commercial buildings. When installed properly, this solution can make a building practically air-tight, reducing your risk of wasted energy. Before you decide that spray foam insulation is for you, it’s crucial to carefully consider your current HVAC system.

In order to ensure efficiency and safety, a system-wide approach must include an evaluation of various factors — including combustion possibilities, ventilation, the size of an HVAC system, moisture management, and more.

The “Energy Star Program” estimates that homeowners could save up to 20% on their monthly energy bills, just by installing proper insulation. When installed correctly, spray foam reliably improves the “R-Value” of HVAC solutions by preventing wind intrusion, and filling wall spaces that would otherwise lead to lost energy.

Because spray foam produces a tight air barrier to control air infiltration, it greatly reduces wasted energy — but latent humidity will remain the same, so proper humidity removal and ventilation is essential, to eliminate the risk of harmful mold growth. Combined with the right temperature solutions, spray foam allows for optimized moisture control, air quality, combustion safety, and energy efficiency.

Spray Foam is Not Compatible with All HVAC Systems

Because spray-foam insulated homes are so tightly sealed, homes with naturally aspirating furnaces, or atmospheric combustion systems, are not compatible with this type of insulation. These systems need to be able to draw air from the outside, to replace the air they’re using to condition the home. If your furnace cannot access fresh air, you run the risk of filling the home with carbon monoxide, or other dangerous byproducts of combustion.

In the early days, sizing HVAC systems relied upon the “rule of thumb” method, which suggested homes should have 1 ton of HVAC capacity for every 500 feet of conditioned space. Today, however, using that strategy can result in HVAC systems that are much larger than they actually need to be. Now, proper sizing uses the industry standard “Manual J” — which calculates everything from heat loss through ceilings and walls, to infiltration from doors, windows, and cracks.

Before spray foam insulation is installed, builders and HVAC contractors must conduct a Manual J8 evaluation, to determine how much ventilation a property needs; as well as the required level of heating and cooling. This is particularly critical in SPF-insulated homes, which can suffer from problems when they become “too” air-tight.

Is Spray Foam Insulation Right for You?

If you’re considering using spray foam insulation in combination with your HVAC system, it’s important to think about the results of making your home “air-tight.”

If you have an atmospheric combustion system in place, you’ll need to replace it with an HVAC system that works through sealed combustion, or power venting, instead. These newer solutions do not require an open-air source — and therefore can allow for a fully-insulated home that still meets high safety standards.

If you’re committed to installing spray foam insulation, you can also use direct ventilation HVAC systems, to ensure that your HVAC system can continue working at optimum level.

Guide To Hiring An HVAC Expert

Before You Hire an HVAC Tech

When your home needs improvements in the heating, air conditioning, or ventilation systems, you need to hire an HVAC expert. Here are some tips to remember when you are looking for an HVAC technician.

Think about the work that needs to be done. This can help you determine what kinds of technician or company is best for the job.

Research review sites such as Yelp, Angie’s List to get feedback on professional companies and who other customers feel is the best in your area. This way you can separate the good, the bad and the ugly!

Be prepared to get quotes from at least three companies to compare what they can offer you.

Check how a company is ranked by the Better Business Bureau in your area. A high rating with no complaints shows the company operates in good faith with other customers and applicable laws.

Check out an HVAC Contractors website. This will tell you a lot about them.

Questions to Ask

Is the company licensed and insured? Ask to see proof of insurance to protect your home. Check with your state’s licensing board to ensure the company is licensed and certified for the proper tasks.

Does the company pull local building permits? This ensures your installation is safe and up to code.

Does the company take time to measure the heating and cooling needs of your home? With this information, a company would be able to choose the right size equipment to fit your needs.

What kind of training and education do their technicians receive? A good company has their technicians participate in ongoing education and training to ensure they are aware of new trends and technologies.

What are their guarantees and are they in writing? Companies offering a written warranty give you piece of mind as you have a document to support you if something goes awry.

What kinds of brands and systems will the company work with? This can give you a good idea of how well the company will work with what you need.

Did they listen to your needs and make recommendations accordingly? A good HVAC contractor will listen to you and then share with you the best system that meets your budget, comfort needs and homes requirements.

What rebates or discounts do they offer? Check out if a company offers bonus benefits such as rebates for installing appliances or discounts on future maintenance.

What is the cost? Or better yet what is the value of what your getting? It’s nice to get a great price but not at the sacrifice of a contractor cutting corners to get there. Here the lowest bid may not be the best option.

What kind of payment arrangements or financing plans does the company offer? HVAC systems are one of the most expensive systems you will invest into your home, these can offset the cost and make it affordable.

How long a company has been in business? Companies may claim many years in business because the “name” has been around that long but be sure to look up their business license to find the true years the current owners have been serving the community.

What maintenance or service plans does the company offer? For any long-term system care, you will benefit from having a service contract outlining what this company will do, when they will do it, and how they will do it. A maintenance contract usually come with other benefits like discounts on other services and labor warranties to back up the work done.

Hiring an HVAC expert does not have to be a difficult experience. The key is to narrow down who you’ll allow to work in your home. By asking the right questions, you can ensure you are choosing an effective company that will do the job right.

New Home Buying: What to Check

Things to Check Before You Buy a New Home

Buying a new home can be both a nerve-racking and exhilarating experience. With all those emotions filling you at once, it can become all too easy to focus on the big back yard and open foyer. However, focusing too much on the aesthetics often causes home buyers to forget about the functional parts of the home. This mistake could cost you heaps of money in the future as well as pose health hazards if you decide to move into the home without addressing its issues.

While you should always have a professional inspector examine the house before you close on it, you can make a better decision of which home to purchase if you spot issues during your house showing. Keep these systems in mind when deciding whether or not to move forward with a sale.

Signs of Water in the Basement

Water in the basement can pose several risks. For one, moist, dark basements are the perfect environment to foster mold growth, which can cause illness in family members, especially those who are already sensitive to air quality, such as people with asthma. Second, water that travels along structural elements, such as in the ceiling or exposed beams in the basement, can weaken the structure of your home.

During your house showing, sniff for musty odors in the basement, and look for signs of water leakage, which can include:

  • Damp walls
  • Rotting wood
  • Mold
  • Water stains
  • Standing water

There can be many causes of a damp basement, including a poor foundation, damaged pipes, or improper gutter installation. Be sure to identify the cause before you move in so you know how much repairs will cost and can determine if the house is still worth buying.

Damage to the HVAC System

When you move into your new home, it’s important that the HVAC system is in proper working order. Without a working system, you could end up with heat stroke if you’re moving in during the summer, or you’ll be extra chilly if you’re moving during winter. Not only that, but if you have to replace the entire system, you’re looking at spending an extra $2,300 – $4,900 for a brand new unit.

Start by making sure the model and capacity are the right size for your home. If it’s not, you’ll end up expending more energy than you need to and/or feeling uncomfortable in your own home. Generally, you’ll want to have a professional inspect the system to ensure it’s working properly.

Issues with the Plumbing

If a pipe springs a link, your family can be in big trouble as this can cause mold growth and structural damage to the home. If all of that is already present before you buy the house, you’ll want to weigh the costs and benefits of having to make repairs once you move in. Be sure to turn on the faucets to check the water pressure and how well the water drains down the pipes. Also make sure you look for signs of leaks around sinks and tubs. If a pipe is leaking, you may notice mildew, sagging floors, water stains, or in some cases, standing water.

Problems with the Electrical System

While the realtor might flip on lights for you as you pass through the home, you’ll want to inspect the electrical system closer than just determining whether you get power to the rooms or not. For example, find the breaker box to assess how easy it is to access and whether it’s in good condition or not. You’ll also want to keep an eye out for power outlets to make sure the home has enough. This is a step many new home buyers forget, but choosing a home with enough outlets for your needs will prevent you from having to call someone in to install new ones.

Inspecting a home’s systems now for damages and necessary repairs can help you make a better decision on which home to buy. If you do find areas of concern, pointing this issues out can help you negotiate a lower price and prepare you for future home repair costs. However, it’s always a good idea to hire a home inspector before closing on the house to get a professional opinion.

Winter Energy Saving Tips

Don’t Let Winter Cost You More

Detecting the cause behind increased energy costs during the winter months can be frustrating. After all, if you have an A/C unit, you were likely using you’re A/C as frequently as you are your heating system. Still, the truth remains that various factors contribute to higher energy bills; factors that (individually, may be overlooked) have the totalizing effect of crippling your bank account.

Coming up with an energy saving strategy can have the immediate effect of reducing your bill and help you with your savings in the long run. This article will give you a few tips and tricks on how to lessen the amount of energy consumed daily in your household.

Setting the Furnace Thermostat:

Adjust your home heating system to a comfortable temperature when indoors and readjust down to a cooler temperature when out. For example, if using a furnace thermostat, set it to 68 degrees or below. 5% more energy is used for every degree above 68°C that your furnace thermostat is set to. Likewise, setting your furnace thermostat down to 56° F while it is not in use can save you five to 15% annually on your energy bill. If possible, invest in a programmable thermostat to remotely control temperature adjustments in your home.

Don’t Forget to Clean the Lint Trap:

Repetitive laundry cycles is reason enough to forget to clean the lint trap. But performing this quick and simple task can save you up to $34 dollars annually and can prevent fires.

Clean all Furnace Filters:

Cleaning your furnace filter not only encourages air flow and improves air quality, but can also save you up to 5% annually. Filters clogged with dirt and grime degrades the quality of circulating air and increases energy use.

Seal up Leaks:

Leaks and cracks through which heat can escape may cause your heater to work harder as it overcompensates. Seals can leak around windows, doors, pipes, vents, and any other small spaces around the house. Seal up all gaps between the pipes / vents and the walls. A double-paned glass window is an important investment for use to contain circulating warm air with in your home. Also, make sure to always close your windows and doors to trap in heat and, consequently, trap out cold.

Adjust Water Temperature:

Your hot water temperature should be set to the “normal” setting or 120° F. This could save you 7% to 11% on hot water heating costs. You can also save another $30 annually if you wash your clothes in cold water.

Efficient Use of Your Dryer:

Avoid over drying your clothes. If possible, invest in an energy-saving dryer with moist-sensor recognition capabilities. This enables your machine to automatically turn off when the clothes dry, and could possibly cut down your energy use and save you money in the long run. Inefficiently running your dryer may cost you $34 annually.

Cut Down on Use of Water Heating Appliances:

If heating a small volume of water, opt for the use of a microwave as opposed to an electric kettle or an electric stove top. More energy is applied to heat the kettle and the water inside it when using an electric kettle. In contrast, microwaves are designed to heat only the contents inside your bowls. Utilizing a microwave as opposed to a burner or an oven may save you up to 80% on cooking energy.

Additionally, cut your shower time in half to avoid extended use of your hot water heater. This could save you up to 33% on your hot water heating costs. Consider investing in high-efficiency shower heads and faucet aerators to cut back 16% on water heating cost.

A Few Keys Things to Remember:

1. Allow in sunlight to heat up your home
2. Turn off all lights when not in use
3. Keep your computers and electronic devices unplugged
4. Keep your windows and doors locked
5. Service your furnace once every six months

All in all, maintain good energy-saving practices, such as the few mentioned above, to cut back on energy costs.

Renovating Your Home for Potential Buyers

Work From What You Have

Making renovations to your home can make your house more comfortable and more valuable. There are a lot of different ways to renovate your home, so you want to make sure you are using your time and energy wisely. By looking at what your house already has and thinking about the internal structural systems, you can renovate your home in a cost-effective manner.

Before making improvements to your home, there are several issues you need to consider. First, be sure to think about what you already have in your home. If your home only has one bathroom, adding another bathroom instead of a bedroom can significantly increase the value of your home. You can also consider what the other houses in your neighborhood have. You don’t have to make your home exactly like every other home in your area, but you can use what other people have as a guide to ways you might renovate your home. Looking at your neighborhood can also help you avoid adding too much and pricing your home out of your neighborhood. Additionally, be sure to think about if you plan to move in a few years or if you want to stay where you are. If you plan to stay for a few years, make the renovations the kind of renovations that you would use the most. After all, if you’re spending time and money renovating your home, you should be able to enjoy it.

Most Valuable Upgrades

While areas such as bathrooms and kitchens get the most attention during renovation plans, avoid skipping the infrastructure areas of the house, such as furnace or heating systems. Think of these systems as what provides support for more visual renovations. These areas aren’t as easily seen, but they are appreciated by potential buyers. Because infrastructure replacement and treatment can be very expensive, potential homebuyers will show more interest on a home that already has these issues addressed rather than one with mere cosmetic changes. Another benefit of working on infrastructure is that you will be remodeling without adding floor space to you home. Adding floor space can provide a lot of opportunities for new ideas, but it will be more expensive than working within your current floor plan because it requires adding in foundations, walls, and other expensive pieces of infrastructure.

Think About Efficiency

For any remodeling, consider looking at improvements that, once installed, will have low maintenance and energy efficiency. This is where addressing issues such as heating and cooling can give you a lot of benefits. One way to do this is by installing a ductless cooling/heating system. The ductless system provides heating and cooling that is cheaper to maintain than traditional systems. This system can also provide heating and cooling services with a simple switch of airflow. Ductless cooling is more efficient than traditional systems energy is not lost through joints in a duct. There can be more opportunities to fit a ductless system to the size of your home to avoid wasting money on more cooling system than you need. While the system can be more expensive to install than traditional systems, the energy efficiency and easy maintenance make up for the initial investment.

Curb Appeal

Another area to consider renovating is the outside of the house. This is the first thing that potential buyers see, so this is one area that definitely benefits from attention. Adding vinyl or foam-back vinyl siding provides an attractive and easily maintained outside appearance. You can also look at landscaping and lawn maintenance choices to further boost your home’s profile. Roofing is also an area that can provide a nice return.

While a renovation to your home can be a long and expensive process, you can gain some returns on the investment. By focusing on what you already have and making the infrastructure better, you can assure potential buyers that your house is a good investment for their future.

Inside An HVAC Service Truck

How an HVAC Technician Rolls

When Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) technicians arrive at a job site, they frequently arrive with a wide range of tools and materials. HVAC technicians service a lot of different places, including homes, apartment complexes, businesses, and schools. This means they can encounter a number of situations and needs when completing a service call. While each technician has their own preferences, here are some of the tools and items an HVAC technician might carry on the way to a job site.

A Look Inside

Some technicians will use a larger pickup truck while others will use a van. While vans can provide more storage space and built-in shelter from elements, some technicians prefer the feeling and comfort of driving a truck. Trucks can also be quieter than vans in transit, and boxes added to trucks can provide a more customized storage system.

The front part of the vehicle usually has items the technician will need handy for all trips. This includes needed papers such as manuals, invoices, and service agreements. These are important because they guide what should be done in a job. Having manuals for multiple companies is also important to make sure the technician can work on any system. This area might also have some personal comforts, such as snacks, water, knee protection, and a stereo system. Some technicians also use this place to keep a first aid kit for simple injuries. Technicians can also carry items that will promote their business, such as business cards. Some workers carry an iPad or tablet to maintain online communication.

Inside an HVAC Truck

Tools of the Trade

Technicians need a wide range of tools because in addition to HVAC work, they frequently have to work around issues such as plumbing and drywall. HVAC technicians will carry a collection of common hand tools for their jobs. These include screwdrivers, various nuts and bolts, hammers, wire cutters, pliers, and drills. Technicians also carry lights to illuminate hard-to-reach areas such as attics or under houses. Ladders in various heights are also helpful for an HVAC technician to have. Clamps are useful to hold pipes and other items in place, so a technician will carry clamps in various sizes.

For the HVAC-specific tools, the technician has a wide range of items to consider. Before fixing anything, a technician has to find out where the problem is and how bad it is. This is where a technician would use refrigeration gauges to measure levels of refrigerant fluid. Refrigerant scales are also used to measure the level of refrigerant levels. Technicians can also carry sensors that measure leaks and filtration. There are multiple refrigeration fluids out there, so a technician can carry a few kinds to fill up an HVAC system.

Some technicians will carry items such as Oxy-Acetylene torches to braze copper pipes in the HVAC system. HVAC unit drains can also use PVC pipes, so some technicians carry PVC connectors, pipes, and glue to add needed materials. To create valves or to join pipes, technicians will use a variety of fittings.

Because maintaining air quality is important, an HVAC technician can also carry extra filters to replace ones that at damaged or dirty. There may be other parts that need cleaning, so there are cleaning materials a technician can use. These can include rags, soapy water, degreasers, and protective equipment such as disposable coveralls.

A Look Behind the Scenes

Depending on the type of job an HVAC technician is doing, there can be quite a lot of issues to consider. These workers encounter numerous problems they have to overcome, including the tasks that can get in the way. By carrying a wide variety of tools, an HVAC technician can face multiple problems and can confidently serve customers.

Top Summer Activities To Do In San Diego 2015

Enjoying All That San Diego Offers

Lucky residents of San Diego – get ready for summer! Gear up for warm weather, sandy beaches, and so much more. If you’re not quite sure what to do this summer, consider these top activities.

Hit Up the Beach

With over 30 beaches in the area, you can’t live in San Diego without spending a day soaking in the sun or cooling off in the water. Whether you’re looking to explore the creatures in the tide pools or you’d rather catch a wave on a surfboard, you’ll find countless beach opportunities along San Diego’s 70 miles of coastline.

If you want to go swimming or body boarding, head to Imperial Beach. If you’d rather surf, visit San Onofre. Or, if you’re looking for a fun, centrally-located option, start at Mission Beach. Explore the numerous beach options in
San Diego at SanDiego.org.

Play the Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

Have you ever thought about how cool it would be to be on The Amazing Race? This summer, you can get a small taste of that by engaging in an amazing San Diego self-guided tour adventure.

Urban Adventure Quest hosts the Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure, a game you can download on your smartphone or tablet. Challenge your travel mates to solve clues and learn about the city’s history with this three-hour city tour game. The game starts at Old Town San Diego, but you can start playing any time you want.

Travel San Diego’s 59-Mile Scenic Drive

Looking for a scenic-filled vacation? Take a trip along San Diego’s 59-mile scenic drive. If you’d like to explore the shoreline and the city all in one go, set aside a good three hours for the drive. Otherwise, take it in chunks so you can stop and enjoy some of the popular attractions along the way.

Visit Sea World San Diego

Whether you have the kids along or you’re just looking for an adrenaline-filled day, take a trip to Sea World San Diego. This theme park is among one of the city’s most popular attractions. Here, you can enjoy roller coasters and water rides, dolphin shows, and aquatic exhibits. You can also book a premier experience, like swimming with dolphins.

Hike Torrey Pines State Reserve

Looking for a relaxing outdoor adventure? Head to the Torrey Pines State Reserve, where you can explore 8 miles of trails and 2,000 acres of nature all within the San Diego city limits. This is a great spot to have a picnic, although food is only permitted on the beach. It’s also the perfect place in San Diego to enjoy California’s natural scenery, where you can capture breathtaking photos of the landscape to show off to loved ones back home.

Visit Balboa Park

If you’re looking for tons of activities all packed into one location, then Balboa Park is the place for you. Named one of the Best Parks in the World, Balboa Park is the nation’s largest urban culture park. Here, you’ll find 15 museums, beautiful gardens, multiple music venues, and the San Diego Zoo.

Plus, you can check out the CIRCUS: Science Under the Big Top event daily from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park. Become an acrobat, walk the tightrope, or participate in a range of other circus activities when you attend this exhibit, which runs all summer through September 7.

Which one of these adventures will you take on first in San Diego this summer?

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