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Mar

Natural Gas Furnaces, Water Heaters in Crosshairs for Northwest Policymakers

Pacific Northwest policy makers are taking aim at phasing out natural gas furnaces and water heaters for new construction. Cities from Eugene to Bellingham have teed up bans on natural gas in new commercial buildings. But natural gas has its defenders, too, who have beaten back proposed phase outs before. Burning fossil fuels in homes and businesses is the second biggest source […]

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Mar

World’s #1, Daikin Changes its Name, But Not Its Mission

The world’s largest heating, ventilation, and air conditioning company, Daikin, has a new name, but its mission to remain a forward-thinking leader in environmental solutions is unchanged.  The Daikin products organization, including Daikin ductless and light commercial systems (including VRV) in North America, is unifying its core Daikin, Goodman and Amana HVAC brands. “We are uniting under a single name – Daikin Comfort Technologies – capturing a culture […]

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Mar

HVAC Industry Responds to Crisis in Ukraine

Joining in opposition to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, nearly every high-tech company in the United States and Europe, from Apple, Microsoft, Oracle, Google, HP, Dell, Facebook and Sony, to media leaders like the Walt Disney Company, and global brands like McDonalds, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, FedEx, UPS, Boeing, Airbus and many more, the HVAC industry has made its position known. At Quality Heating our thoughts are […]

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Mar

A Brief History of Air Conditioning: From Ben Franklin to Variable-Speed Coolness

Did Benjamin Franklin invent the air conditioner? One of America’s founding fathers, and a great inventor, did conduct experiments with evaporation and alcohol to attain freezing temperatures, but the person credited with inventing the first modern air conditioner was a different American. In 1902, engineer Willis Haviland Carrier began experimenting with the laws of humidity control to solve a problem […]

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